An attractive larger plate of ‘sea foam’ green fluorite cubes. Crystals are sharp and up to 2.0 cm on edge. There is no damage and the luster is great.. This piece is very three dimensional. The specimen is from Xianghuapu Mine, Linwo Co., Chenzhou Prefecture, Hunan Province, China.
Well center crystals of deeper green fluorite crystals up to 4.0 x 3.8 cm. A small pink octahedral fluorite sits to one side of the main green fluorite crystal. Isolated crude quartz crystals and equally crude arsenopyrite crystals are also present. Overall a very nice composition piece. This specimen is from Huanggang Mine, Hexigten Banner, Chifeng, Inner Mongolia China.
Attractive floater grouping of multiple pink octahedral crystals from Huanggang mine, Hexigten Banner, Chifeng, Inner Mongolia, China. Crystal luster is good and faces are sharp. These specimens were mined in 2019. When backlit faint needles of hedenbergite can be seen as inclusions.
This specimen is from Yaogangaxion Mine, Yizhang Co., Chenzhou Prefecture, Hunan Province, China. Several cubes with faces up to 0.7cm sit on a matrix covered by small white quartz crystals. The cubes are somewhat isolated and contrast nicely. The fluorite crystals themselves all contain phantoms. The luster is good. Very attractive small cabinet specimen.
Veszelyite is a rare secondary Cu-Zn phosphate mineral. I have not often seen specimens for sale. This specimen consists of a reasonable size grouping of quartz crystals with a scattering of electric blue veszelyite crystals on the quartz. The specimen comes from Jinhonghe, Chengdu City, Sichuan Province, China.
Rather stout tourmaline grouping in pristine condition. The colors vary from a green to blue/green. Multiple terminations are all intact. The non terminated end of the group is pocket healed. This specimen is from Paprok Mine, Kamdesh District, Nuristan, Afghanistan.