Pale purple octahedral crystals cover the face of the large cabinet size specimen. It is fro m Jinhu City, Zhejiang Province, China.
In stockEmail your friend
|Dimensions||13.0 × 9.8 × 6.3 cm|
A largercognac color twinned crystal sits perfectly, with a small accompanying crystal at it’s base, on a thin layer of matrix. Crystal faces are razor sharp. There is no damage on this specimen. The luster is great. This is a quality specimen from Elmwood Mine, Smith Co., Tennessee, USA.
It is difficult to get just copper chisel chips anymore. This specimen with both copper and silver is unique. As shown in the photos there is a generous amount of silver. This piece was acquired from the collection of John Perona in August of 2014. I in turn purchased it from Michigan collector, Ed Coleman, last week. It is from the Cliff Mine, Keweenaw County, Michigan.