One extremely rare cabinet size specimen, presenting massive transparent sphalerite-cleophane with pyrite, overgrowth by quartz and in the end of cristalization proccess covered by barite and calcite.
One perfect cabinet size specimen of transparent to translucent barite crystals covered with small lustrous pyrite crystals
One excellent miniature of space developed net of thin transparent and very lustrous quartz crystals, developed on the top of sphalerite – marmatite very lustrous crystals and pyrite.
A wonderful, large cabinet size specimen, of galena, strongly dissolved and lately overgrowth by quartz, small pyrite crystals, and transparent green sphalerite crystals with very lustrous crystal faces.
An exclusive and very aesthetic large cabinet size specimen of transparent sphalerite with very shiny crystals and intensive green color developed on the top of rounded (due to dissolution) with incrusted small pyrite crystals.
One outstanding, very aesthetic, large cabinet size specimen, presenting, skeletal galena crystals, singenetically developed with perfect black sphalerite – marmatite crystals with very lustrous crystal faces. and shiny small pyrite crystals. All these crystals are overgrowth by long axes, thin transparent, quartz crystals forming a space net and in the empty spaces are developed small and very shiny pyrite crystals – all that reminds a very aesthetic Christmas tree.
An amazing miniature specimen of lagre, chalcopyrite crystals, internaly corroded and replaced by galena, sphalerite and pyrite. Chakcpyrite is strongly oxidized and surface in some parts is coated by bornite.
One extraordinary cabinet size specimen, with full paragenesis set of minerals of mine Eniovche. On quartz base, were developed rounded small rhodochrosite crystals with intensive color were developed sphalerite, galena, pyrite, and calcite.
A beautiful cabinet specimen of sphalerite and chalcopyrite followed by pyrite, which corroded chalcopyrite by internal replacement, in some places breaking from inside mother chalcopyrite crystals. #1373
An excellent cabinet size specimen of galena, overgrowth by sphalerite and pyrite, followed by quartz and calcite.
Pyrite is strongly oxidized and the color is changed to yellow-red with variations.