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 exceptional specimen of very thin „skin“ of chalcedony developed on large calcite scalenohedron crystals, lately dissolved. Chalcedony aggregates copy all small details of former calcite crystals, including crystal faces sculptures.
A very nice and aesthetic pseudomorph specimen of elongated crystals of stilbite and small spherolites of dolomite, covered and replaced by tiny quartz crystals.
A beautiful tumbnail specimen of steep scalenohedrons calcite crystals, covered by several generations of calcite aggregates. In the last stage of crystallization process on the top were developed excellent terminated flat calcite rhombohedron transparent to translucent crystals with yellowish color.
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.
An excellent cabinet size specimen of steep calcite scalenohedrons, developed on quartz. Calcite crystals are covered by several generation of calcite aggregates and secondary coated by lemonite. In the end of crystallization process on the top of scalenohedrons were developed clear rhombohedrons with flat habit.
Calcite steep scalenohedron crystals, developed on the top of quartz and followed by several generation of micrograne calcite
An exceptional aesthetic and very large specimen presenting a rare pseudomorph of calcite covering spherolite developed stilbite, growing on the top of quartz and on large steep calcite scalenohedral crystals.
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.