Learn About our premium and Fancy Larimar

Fancy Larimar comes in all different colors and patterns which and includes an array of minerals, which adds to the beauty and the rarity of the specimen. There is a lot of combinations of colors that create the Fancy Larimar line. The information provided below is for the rarest the premium and Fanciest Larimar to date. To understand how rare these specimens are, we either mine and buy tons of Fancy larimar that the locals call  Carbon (ashes) larimar.

Over 80% of the Fancy that we buy or mine is unworkable and useless due to the fact that it will break or deteriorate once it gets cut. The next 12 to 15 percent is basically use for inexpensive jewelry, cabs or carvings. The eight to five percent remaining are what we call Fancy Larimar. These types of specimens have beautiful colors and patterns in which they make for beautiful cabs, jewelry and collector display pieces. Less than one percent can be classified as premium. The premium Larimar gets a ranked number as to the rarity of the specimen. If is not ranked if falls under the Fancy Larimar group.




Dakota Jade Larimar: This is the number one rarest Larimar to date. Truly a unique find. The Dakota Jade Larimar IS NOT JADE but a rare Pectolite. The stunning burgundy color and various  shades of red makes the Dakota Jade a unique and rare specimen. Red Pectolite is common but when it’s partnered with an array of colors, it make it an extremely rare. Only one 5 pound specimen of Dakota Jade has been found thus far.

On January 18 2022 in Barahona Dominican Republic members of Amber International were searching through a pile of rejected rocks from the Larimar mine, while doing so, one of the workers threw a piece of rock against another rock while they were sorting out the material. The piece outer layer broke off revealing a well formed dark tree trunk shape tube with red dots. This tube is now known as Dakota Jade.

Elements: Fe Iron, Ti Titanium, Mn Manganese, Ba Barium, Mo Molybdenum, Nb Niobium, Ni Nickel, Ta Tantalum, Zr Zirconium, Sr Strontium, Hf Hafnium


Cello larimar-greenish-yellow-rare

The Cello Larimar: This is the number two rarest Larimar. The beautiful and rare greenish-yellow color of Pectolite fell in the raking, but it is also an extremely rare Larimar specimen. Only one tube of a 18 pound specimen has been found to date. This rough specimen was mix with the number four specimen on the list. Twelve of the 18 pounds was clasified as The Cello. Although traces of The Cello has been found within other Fancy Larimar rocks, usually  there is barely enough material to get one or two small cabochons. To identify The Cello,  greenish-yellow must be the dominate color followed by other colors of Pectolite.

The Cello was found in the upper section of the Larimar mine called Bahoruco, The Cello specimen was mixed with other material when it was purchased from a local miner. At first glance the crust resembled a petrified tree trunk like most of the ashes and fancy laimar. The specimen had a dark grey crust and a hint of white color, the true surprised was when we cut one end of the specimen that revealed its beauty we named The Cello. At the opposite end the Espresso was revealed. The Cello Larimar is harder than all the other Larimar and pectolites.

Elements: Fe Iron, Ti Titanium, Mn Manganese, Ba Barium, Mo Molybdenum, Nb Niobium, Ni Nickel, Ta Tantalum, Zr Zirconium, Sr Strontium, Hf Hafnium




Messier: This incredible find just became the third most rarest Fancy larimar to date. Only 172 grams of cabochons are known to exist. The colors of this rare Fancy larimar consist of Jupiter Green, dark and light beige, brown and black. All of the colors doesn’t have to be present at once, only a combination of the main color mentioned.

Elements: Ca Calcium, Fe Iron, Si Silicon, Al Aluminum, Ti Titanium, Mg Magnesium, K Potassium, P Phosphorus, Sr Strontium


Espresso Larimar: Number four on the list. The Espresso Is a combination of The Cello (greenish-yellow) color and Double Espresso (brown) premium Fancy Larimar. This combination of Pectolite colors makes the Expresso a stunning and rare specimen of  Larimar. This specimen may have white and or light beige color Pectolite.  Only six of the 18 pounds of specimen came out as an Espresso.

Elements: Fe Iron, Mn Manganese, Sr Strontium, Mo Molybdenum, Ba Barium, Nb Niobium



Double Espresso Larimar: Number five, this amazing brown color Pectolite resembles brown agate. The Double Espresso is also a very rare type of Pectolite. When found this type of Pectolite came in a oval size 23 pound specimen, While cutting the specimen in half the rock had thick veins with a brown mineral. At first we though it was agate, further testing it revealed to be Pectolite. Unfortunataly we were not able to get many cabochons out this rock. But since we have found other small amounts of this beautiful stone.The Double Espresso is extremely popular specially in cabochon hearts.

The main colors of the Double Espresso, are Browns, beige’s and or a mixture of both. In very rare occasions red, blue or green Larimar can be found on the stone. this combination only increases the value of the Double Espresso.

Elements: Fe Iron, Cu Copper, Cd Cadmium, Pd  Palladium, Ti Titanium, Zn Zinc, Mn Maganese, Rh Rhodium

Van Gogh

Van Gogh Larimar: Number six on the rarest Larimar list, is the famous van Gogh. This colorful Pectolite is found deep in the veins of the Larimar mine in Bahoruco Dominican Republic. The van Gogh is a combination of different color of Pectilite that formed together for million of years. The black mineral in the Van Gogh is Morimotoite.

To be classified as a van Gogh, the specimen must have blue larimar and four additional colors. It may include red, green, black, grey. pink, beige or any other color pectolite. Although some Van Gogh does have more than 4 colors, it only increases the value and beauty of the stone. The van Gogh also must resemble a painting and be attractive to the eye. 

Elements:  Fe Iron, Ti Titanium, Sr Strontium, Mn Manganese, Ba Barium, Mo Molybdenum, Nb Niobium, Ni Nickel, Hf Hafnium, Zr Zirconium


Angel Larimar: Number sseven on the list, this style of Larimar has kept it’s ranking due to the popularity of the stone and the beautiful heavenly blues. Although the blues can be AA grade to an amazing AAA grade larimar, what makes this particular premium Fancy is the beautiful patterns that flow naturally throughout.

Some of the patterns on the Angel are found in a whole specimen of rock, but most of the time the patterns are found at the edges of a rough larimar rock which makes it difficult when making large spheres. The Angel is mostly use to make cabochons and hearts which are extremely popular.

Elements: Fe Iron, Ti Titanium, Mn Manganese, Cu Copper, Zn Zinc, Co Cobalt

FANCY LARIMAR (not ranked)



Purgatory Red Larimar: This beautiful color Pectolite specimen is not ranked as a premium Fancy at this time. Although not much of the Purgatory Red has been found, we believe there’s more to be discovered. Not only does the Purgatory Red has an amazing color but the patterns is what makes this beautiful stone a majestic wonder. At this time we have had more luck finding the Angel Larimar than the Purgatory Red, thus if this trend continues it might take over the number six spot in the the ranking.

Elements: Si Silicone, Ca Calcium, Al, Aluminum, Ti Titanium, Fe Iron, S Sulfer, K Potassium, Cl Clorine, Mn Manganese, Nb Niobium,, Zr Zirconium, Sr Strontium




Blak Larimar: In reality this is not Larimar, This mineral is a mixture of Calcite and Morimotoite which could be classified as petrified palm. This specific mineral is mostly found in the upper layer of the larimar vein which the miners called it cenizas (ashes). It’s shape as a nice formed tube with a greenish crust or layer. There are a few Variation of this type of fancy including some that have larimar and other color of Pectolites. Sample B is the most common of this Black Larimar. Sample A is much less common and it contains white Pectilite and a Jet black surface. This material has an extreme shiny surface when polished. We categorize the Black Larimar as a Fancy due to the fact that it comes out of the Larimar mine.

The Black Larimar is very popular with message therapy and it is believed to have muscle pain healing affects.

Elements: Fe Iron, Ti Titanium, Sr Strontium, Mn Manganese, V Vanadium, Ba Barium, Mo Molybdenum, Nb Niobium, Zr Zirconium, Hf Hafnium


Abstract Larimar: This Fancy Larimar has unique and beautiful patterns that resembles an abstract painting. The color of Pectolite in this specimen is white to light blue or “A” grade larimar. The outside of the patterns are mostly black with a greenish beige or grey interior. Our assumption is that better color Pectolite can be found in the Abstract Larimar. The Abstract Larimar was first introduced by us at the Denver Gem Mineral Fossil show in September 2022. It became a surprising success.



Pastel Larimar is a combination of soft colors, beige and grey’s which are the predominate colors of this beautiful type of Fancy Larimar. The combination of colors can vary, and the red can be intense or soft also soft blues and some greens may be pressent on this type of Pectolite, like most of the Fancys the Pastel is found at the upper section of the mine.

Elements: Ca Calcium, Si Silicon, Fe Iron, Al Aluminum, Mg Magnessium, P Phosphorus, K Potassium, Mn Maganese, Sr Strontium

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