Extremely shiny and well-developed galena crystals overwrought by sphalerite and pyrite, followed by thin transparent quartz crystals
An aesthetic specimen presenting pyrite and galena developed on mother rock, followed by very well shaped sphalerite(marmatite0 shiny crystals, covered by rhombohedral crystals of calcite
Bad picture of an excellent specimen. – in the internal cavity of ore body are found very well terminated flat galena crystals with cubic faces. They are singeneticaly accompanied by lustrous sphalerite and chalcopyrite. Crystallization happened in the internal part of the cavity and crystals are strangely arranged as architecture ensemble showing center of empty spaces
A very aesthetic and attractive specimen showing almost full paragenesis set – Chalcopyrite, galena, sphalerite, pyrite, and quartz. The specimen is strongly oxidated – galena crystals lose their luster and chalcopyrite is oxidated with different stage and coated in some places by bornite.
An excellent „all in one “ specimen, showing almost full paragenesis in the deposit – pink manganocalcite, pyrite, sphalerite, chalcopyrite, and quartz. on the mix of pyrite, sphalerite, chalcopyrite, galena, and quartz grow pink manganocalcite flat crystals
A Very aesthetic specimen of transparent radially situated quartz and black sphalerite. Quartz crystals are developed on the top of rhodochrosite, what give to the aggregate slightly pink color in the center.
A Nice specimen of 2 large well-terminated galena crystals with some traces of dissolution, developed on the top of quartz crystals. There are several very attractive skeletal sphalerite crystals forming a tetrahedron.
Single well shaped quartz crystal ovrgrought by small, shiny and very well terminated tetrahedrical sphalerite crystals and single galena crystal
Exceptional specimen presenting very well space developed large black sohalerite crystal, developed on long axes quartz crystals singeneticaly crystalising with very well terminated chalcopyrite tetrahedrical crystals.
Very well space developed quartz crystals overgrought by small sphalerite crystals and by epidote in the end of crystalisation process.