A very rare, cabinet-size specimen of flat calcite crystals „paperspat“ overgrowth by pink rhodochrosite and followed by perpendicularly on the base clear quartz crystals.
An amazing, cabinet size specimen of quartz, overgrowth by extremely aesthetic rhodochrosite spherulites. The specimen has 2 faces.
size 75 x 61 x 50 mm
Eniovche mine, Zhultusha, Ardino area, Bulgaria
One unique specimen of galena, overgrowth by large bright chalcopyrite crystals with very aesthetic striation on the crystal faces and followed by quartz and black sphalerite – marmatite. In the end of the crystallization process crystalized several beautiful hallow rhodochrosite crystals, following the shape of dissolved calcite crystals.
One stunning cabinet size specimen of sphalerite – marmatite and chalcopyrite, covered by spherulites of rhodochrosite, lately strongly dissolved
One beautiful cabinet size specimen of clear quartz crystals overgrowth by the rhodochrosite with not usual orange color, and covered by rhombohedral white to translucent calcite crystals . Giudurska mine, Erma reka, Rhodope mountains, Zlatograd area, Bulgaria
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
A specimen that you receive may look slightly different in color from the one on the photographs. Because of the lights used to make the photos.
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An excellent small specimen of rhodochrosite build in small curved crystals.
A gorgeous specimen of clear quartz-rock crystal and sphalerite, overgrowth by rhodochrosite, followed by chalcopyrite and stilbite
One extraordinary nice miniature specimen, presenting the best rhodochrosite spherolites covered with flat rhombohedrons, developed perpendicularly to the base, on the top of thin transparent quartz crystals.