Morphology miracle. One very rare specimen of pseudomorph of calcite after calcite with dolomite coated by limonite. Morphology is very rare because of parallel growing of steep scalenohedron calcite crystal and two isometric rhombohedron calcite crystals.
A very nice and aesthetic pseudomorph specimen of elongated crystals of stilbite and small spherolites of dolomite, covered and replaced by tiny quartz crystals.
An excellent cabinet size specimen of calcite crystals, covered by dolomite. After dissolution, start new crystallization of calcite aggregate, followed by rhombohedral calcite crystals.
A small nice specimen of galena and sphalerite overgrought by transparent long-axes quartz crystals and covered on one side with white dolomite
An old, but very aesthetic specimen presenting upper part of steep scalenohedral calcite crystal, covered by dolomite crystals with ball habit, lately cover by calcite. At the end of crystallization process, were developed large flat rhombohedral calcite white translucent crystals.
Excellent thumbnail of long-axes transparent and well-shaped quartz crystals followed by round „cabbage“ dolomite crystals
Very funny specimen with nickname „nuns“ presenting quartz crystals on the matrix with large, shiny pyrite. Quartz is overgrought in the upper part of the crystals by very well terminated rhombohedral calcite crystals and small white dolomite round crystals
Pyrite crystals on the matrix, fallowed by transparent quartz crystals. On the top of the quartz there are white dolomit rounded crystals