Pink Mangano calcite

#1114
A beautiful specimen of Mangano calcite

Size: 83 x 75 x 38 mm
Weight: 212 grams

A specimen that you receive may look slightly different in color from the one on the photographs. Because of the lights used to make the photos.

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Manganocaslcite, galena, quartz and pyrite

One beautiful thumbnail of cubic galena crystals, strongly dissolved and rounded, developed after transparent quartz crystal and pyrite, and followed by 2 larger and steep, scalenohedral pinkish manganocalcite crystals, lately overgrowth by small rhombohedral crystals, also with light pink color.

Pink Mangano calcite

#2088
A beautiful specimen of Pink Mangano calcite.

Size: 50 x 32 x 31 mm
Weight: 32grams

A specimen that you receive may look slightly different in color from the one on the photographs. Because of the lights used to make the photos.

Thank you for visiting our shop!
If you didn’t find what you’re looking for or you have any questions. Please don’t hesitate to contact me. I’d be glad to help you.

Epidote and manganocalcite

An amazing specimen of transparent quartz-rock crystal followed by manganocalcite and overgrowth by needle-shaped thin epidote green crystals.

Manganocalcite, rhodochrosite, galena, sphalerite, chalcopyrite, quartz

One very rare specimen of manganocalcite crystals, developed on the base of black sphalerite – marmatite and followed by chalcopyrite crystals. At the end of the crystallization process on the surface of the specimen start crystalization of very light, pink rhodochrosite, curved crystals overgrowth by clear small quartz crystals.

Galena, manganocalcite and quartz

One very aesthetic and and rare specimen of small quartz crystals overgrowth by cubic galena crystals, lately strongly dissolved and followed by single, very well shaped steep scalenohedral crystal of manganocalcite

Calcite and manganocalcite

One very rare specimen, combination of two steep scalenohedron manganocalcite, overgrowth by transparent calcite – forming phantom inside transparent calcite

Epidote with manganocalcite

One unususal and rarest mineral combination in deposit Laki. Small, green, spherolite orientated needles of epidote in combination with large pink manganocalcite crystals