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Quite unique, this little 'mountain' leans a bit, but could balance on the forehead, as well as fitting nicely in the hand. A keeper! Photos have trouble doing this precious piece justice. It has 2 major points, and 3 or more smaller points...clear and milky...with a nice clean base too. Not an elongated Lemurian, but it does have that telltale extra, strange, shaved, geometric facing on one of its sides (as well as great, frosty striation on all sides). Very gentle, small milky cluster, perfect for someone who wants a great example of the variety, without having to get a big (and expensive) piece.
Azurite (sm light)
Our Price: $46.00
Very pleasing, rolling 'hills' on this cluster, good display size. The true gem of the bunch I got, slight translucency makes it the milkiest AND it's basically a floater, cause there's no matrix or break points on the bottom (which is quite glittery). Quite a charming piece - not the most amount of blue color exposed (due to lightish matrix coating) - but it's got some nice glitter when moved (or the light catches it right), and it stands! Standing height is modest, it's the width measurement, but it's a great specimen for someone who's looking for a solid Azurite minus the high pricing.
Lovely piece - essentially a little sphere - but it 'stands' (the 2nd image, would be the base, from which height is determined). Not sure what words can say that this image doesn't...spectacular "geysering" (expanding from a base)...looks great on a stand (included). Looking a lot like Cactus Quartz, this Indian variety has finer points, almost like Druze, and it's kind of a pinkish tone.
Lovely piece - it's terminated all around - great color! Interesting shape, as well. This good sized cluster is quite glittery, with clear but small points everywhere. Photo color's a bit saturated - it is lighter than this - but very sweet nonetheless. This cluster of pyramidal points displays great on a stand.
Interesting cross directional 'points' all covered with glittery druzy terminations and orangey chalcedony underside. Great glassy, gemmy quality and depth of color...good size (and stands!) too. Called the 'Celestial Crescent' - this cluster is bright white and very distinctive in shape, not to mention rather on the large side. Apophyllite vibrates at a higher frequency than Quartz, and is generally from India.
Quite unusual cluster - almost a floater, given the semi-termination on the underside - and the top is a bit 'greener' than it looks in the photo (image 2 seems to capture the hue better). It seems to be a sort of Cactus Druze overlay over Quartz and/or Calcite, but I have since learned that it's a Prehnite. This type of material is rare, especially so big, and naturally standing! It's not entirely snow white, with some reddish residue on it, but it's quite a showpiece. Interesting bendy digits, this piece looks like ice covered evergreens in the far north. Message me with serious inquiries & Best Offers.
Perfectly formed floater (terminated all around), this unique formation is gray, or black (if you account for the sandiness), and from Peru, instead of the usual sourcing in Morocco, of the more common red variety. Another name for Selenite is Gypsum, and these are apparently about as big as they get (though museum pieces sometimes get bigger). Spectacular on a stand. The triangle is equilateral, so the Width measurement is the same on all 3 sides. Photos don't do this piece justice - it's milky white but quite transclucent - glittery. Very superior piece. Extraordinary piece - it's terminated all around - a true starburst and perfect palm piece. It does have some styrofoam material stuck to the bottom, cause it was originally in a display box, glued to show it at a certain angle. I haven't tried too hard to remove that bit of display residue from the bottom, but you could.  It doesn't, ultimately, detract, from the stellar top. Energetically, and collection-wise, it's a rarity. Probably in my collection for 20 years!
Magnificent pink Fluorite specimen with darker undercurrents, and overlapping, pyramidal terminations (some of which - see photo #2 - appear to have triagonal record keepers on them)! This distinctive Chalcedony (basically a curvy, stalagtitic, undulating druzy formation) is so special it has its own name: Youngite (you can look it up). I surveyed dozens of pieces - bigger & smaller - and this was the best one! Photos are 1: head on; 2: held up sideways (mostly showing the front, but at a different angle); looking a bit down (you can see the pink under material), on its display stand. Photo 4 is looking up from the bottom, and photo 5 is looking at it from behind. Very special formation! Stunning symmetry, with golden Barite crystals along the top and bottom, this cluster displays well, raised (and displays wonderfully frosted, perfectly formed cubic crystals throughout). Blue undertones beneath.
So named, because of its etch-termination castle-siding surface (also almost like an extended wizard's hat). Pretty pristine points, with some breakage along one of the side points. Quite unusual - in additional to the phenomenal (and rare) crystallization of green Quartz - we have a harmonious 'bouquet' that expands (in this case, very subtly) from the base with angular points, and a symphony of cathedral terminations all up the sides. The root of one of the side crystals is broken off. So named, because of its etch-termination castle-siding surface. Pretty pristine points. Quite unusual - in additional to the phenomenal (and rare) crystallization of green Quartz - we have a harmonious 'bouquet' that expands (in this case, very subtly) from the base with angular points, and a symphony of cathedral terminations all up the sides. You can see the two areas of irregularity photo 1: a little nibble on the bottom 5th, and a color irregularity at the bottom of the top 5th. One of those rare pyramidal Fluorites - color vibrancy depends on lighting - these photos show it subdued (with dark background), but it's actually kind of minty. The height & depth have to do with the distance from the base, if it's lying down, to the termination tops. But it actually can stand on its side, which would make that height more like 2.8"
Pretty unusual, centered 'finger' rising from its cluster - almost like a cactus-quartz - but of the Indian 'Anandalite' variety. Message me with serious inquiries & Best Offers. Apparently "old collection" - mines producing this type of material from the Tristate District (OK, MO, KS) were active between 1850 and 1960 - plus you see the tagging on the bottom (3rd picture). Very harmonious display piece, circular, and with wonderful crystallization. In pencil, on the side, is written "sphalerite" - presumably due to some happening on the Galena - prize specimen. Quite large piece of this extraordinary material - spectacularly textured - and translucent. Perfect light box specimen, nice crystallization (on 2/3 of its top surface), great color! Message me with serious inquiries & Best Offers.