Eilat Stone Point
Eilat Stone, also known as King Solomon stone, is named after the Israeli city of Eilat, which sits on the southernmost border of the country. Eilat stone is thus named because it was originally mined there. A green-blue beauty of a gemstone, it has a heterogeneous mixture of a few secondary copper minerals, such as malachite, azurite, turquoise, pseudomalachite, and chrysocolla. The National stone of Israel, The Eilat stone is a wonderful choice of stone to wear in Jewelry to symbolize the special area of Israel, and the connection it shares with the Bible.