A gorgeous and very aesthetic cabinet size specimen of chalcopyrite, sphalerite, and galena, covered by rhodochrosite and small clear quartz crystals, followed by double-terminated translucent stilbite crystals. The specimen has a cut base.
An outstanding cabinet size specimen of pyrite, galena, and sphalerite overgrowth by small clear quartz crystals covered by rhodochrosite. At the end of the crystallization process, on top of all minerals were developed small double-terminated stilbite crystals.
One outstanding, cabinet size specimen of clear quartz and chalcopyrite, overgrowth by pyrite and rhodochrosite. At the end of the crystallization process, small double-ended stilbite crystals cover all previously presented minerals.
A beautiful specimen of Rhodochrosite overgrowth by stylbite
Size: 60 x 25 x 16 mm
Weight: 26 grams
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A gorgeous specimen of clear quartz-rock crystal and sphalerite, overgrowth by rhodochrosite, followed by chalcopyrite and stilbite
An amazing specimen of pyrite, chalcopyrite, sphalerite, and quartz, followed by rhodochrosite. At the end of the crystallization process were developed small. double ended stilbite crystals.
One amazing cabinet size specimen of rhodochrosite, covered by stilbite, and with one sphalerite crystal with chalcopyrite
An excellent and very rare specimen presenting calcite scalenohedron crystal, developed on quartz , followed by stilbite, lately replaced by calcite
One large cabinet size attractive specimen showing comparatively rare situation of large stilbite crystals developed on quartz and lately exchanged by calcite and covered by small grain quartz crystals.
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