One outstanding specimen of large pink manganocalcite crystal developed on chalcedony with a light bluish hue, overgrowth by steep calcite scalenohedral crystals, covered by thin quartz, and lately dissolved particularly.
One perfect cabinet size specimen, illustrating pseudomorph of quartz after calcite developed on quartz crystals. Pulsation of the mineralization process was fixed by developing several stages of mineralization of quartz on the top of steep calcite scalenohedron crystals.
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.
An excellent cabinet size specimen, presenting flat calcite crystals ( paperspat) filling a cavity in the mother rock, fallowed by second generation of small yellow-brownish calcite crystals, covering quartz crystals.
One very aesthetic cabinet size specimen of quartz crystals overgrought by calcite and lately covered with several generation of calcite aggregates, In the end all minerals were coated by lemonite.
Calcite steep scalenohedron crystals, developed on the top of quartz and followed by several generation of micrograne calcite
One aesthetic specimen showing quartz aggregate covering steep calcite crystal fallowed by second generation calcite. In the end of mineralization process all minerals were coated by limonite, but permanently color stay just on calcite.
A very showing piece of long-axes quartz crystal overwrought by isometric calcite rhombohedron crystal and lately covered by small grains of quartz and followed by flat lustrous yellow calcite rhombohedron crystals
A very attractive specimen of steep calcite scalenohedrons followed by thin quartz layers and covered with several portions of later generation of calcite. The crystals were broken by tectonic moves and later rehealed by transparent calcite.
An extraordinary cabinet size specimen of large quartz crystals covered with very well terminated bundles of stilbite crystals lately replaced by calcite and covered with quartz aggregates