An amazing specimen of quartz, sphalerite-marmatite

One excellent  very aesthetic specimen of quartz, sphalerite-marmatite– Size: 60 x 23 x40 mm Weight: 53,64 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. – 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.

Rainbow pyrite, galena, sphalerite – marmatite, quartz

One amazing and very aesthetic cabinet size specimen of large pyrite cubs overgrowth by tetrahedral small sphalerite-marmatite crystals, followed by galena crystals, lately strongly dissolved to an amorph shape. Pyrite crystals were also under oxidation and are coated by bornite-covellite, which shows a beautiful rainbow effect.

Sphalerite-marmatite, galena and pyrite

A very attractive, aesthetic specimen of galena and pyrite lustrous crystals, overgrowth by extremely lustrous, well-shaped black sphalerite crystals with tetrahedral habit. In marmatite, there are several twinned crystals.

Chalcopyrite, Galena, sphalwrite-marmatite, quartz and rhodochrosite

One unique specimen of galena, overgrowth by large bright chalcopyrite crystals with very aesthetic striation on the crystal faces and followed by quartz and black sphalerite – marmatite. In the end of the crystallization process crystalized several beautiful hallow rhodochrosite crystals, following the shape of dissolved calcite crystals.

Galena and sphalerite – marmatite

An exceptional cabinet size specimen presenting large galena crystals, the combination of a cub and octagon crystal faces, lately particularly dissolved, overgrowth by black sphalerite – marmatite crystals with very lustrous crystal faces.

Limonite quartz with sphalerite and galena

One very aesthetic cabinet size specimen of transparent quartz crystals, covering black sphalerite crystals and small galena crystals. In the last stages of crystallization small spherulites of chamosite are developed between quartz crystals and in the end, quartz was coated by limonite.