An well terminated quartz crystals, developed from one center and cluster look like a flower. Cluster is well space developed, and form circle structures.
An excellent double terminated group of two quartz crystals, overgrought by well developed chalcopyrite followed by sphalerite and second generation quartz.
A very aesthetic cabinet size specimen presented by cluster of elongated completely transparent quartz crystals on mother rock with small pyrite crystals in the base of the quartz
An extraordinary cabinet size specimen of space developed quartz with galena, sphalerite, and chalcopyrite, secondary oxidized to bornite and covellite
An excellent cabinet size specimen of small shiny crystals of galena, very bright black tetrahedron sphalerite – marmatite, quartz and thin pseudo-hexagonal flat calcite crystals with priority developed basal pinacoid.
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
An excellent miniature specimen showing a „cast“ of quartz, covering steep scalenohedron crystals, secondary completely dissolved.
A very aesthetic quartz – rock crystal developed on the top of rhodochrosite spherulite aggregates
An extraordinary specimen of clear- rock crystal quartz, with several well-presented Japanese law twins. In the late stages of the crystallization process, were developed several groups of gold color groups of needle celestine crystals
An excellent small specimen of galena, with very lustrous and shiny faces. Crystals are developed in the cubic shape. Galena crystalize on the back side of tectonically broken quartz and reconstructed older galena generation.In the last stage of development there are signs of „desolvation waves“