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T435 - Sapphire $ 100
Ratnapura, Sri Lanka
thumbnail - 1.8 x 0.9 x 0.6 cm


Sapphire from Ratnapura, Sri Lanka [db_pics/pics/t435a.jpg] Sapphire from Ratnapura, Sri Lanka [db_pics/pics/t435b.jpg]

Parcel of 17 Sapphire crystals showing varying degrees of translucency and edge wear. Largest crystal is 1.8cm.


T445 - Sapphire $ 100
Ratnapura, Sri Lanka
thumbnail - 1.7 x 0.6 x 0.6 cm


Sapphire from Ratnapura, Sri Lanka [db_pics/pics/t445a.jpg] Sapphire from Ratnapura, Sri Lanka [db_pics/pics/t445b.jpg]

Parcel of 14 Sapphire crystals showing varying degrees of translucency and edge wear. Largest crystal is 1.7cm.


T446 - Sapphire $ 100
Ratnapura, Sri Lanka
thumbnail - 2.1 x 1 x 0.7 cm


Sapphire from Ratnapura, Sri Lanka [db_pics/pics/t446a.jpg] Sapphire from Ratnapura, Sri Lanka [db_pics/pics/t446b.jpg]

Parcel of 13 Sapphire crystals showing varying degrees of translucency and edge wear. Largest crystal is 2.1cm.


T518 - Quartz $ 90
Peterson Mountain, near Hallelujah Junction, Nevada, USA
small cabinet - 5.2 x 2.3 x 1.8 cm


Quartz from Peterson Mountain, near Hallelujah Junction, Nevada, USA [db_pics/pics/t518a.jpg] Quartz from Peterson Mountain, near Hallelujah Junction, Nevada, USA [db_pics/pics/t518b.jpg]

Smokey Quartz scepter with a light smokey head atop a darker (but still translucent) stalk. This is from a batch of crystals mined in 2016 that I got first pick from. Complete all around with an undamaged scepter head, the stalk has a chip on one side.


T530 - Topaz $ 95
Ouro Preto, Minas Gerais, Brazil
thumbnail - 2.4 x 0.7 x 0.6 cm


Topaz from Ouro Preto, Minas Gerais, Brazil [db_pics/pics/t530a.jpg] Topaz from Ouro Preto, Minas Gerais, Brazil [db_pics/pics/t530b.jpg]

Small but very gemmy single topaz. Complete all around and undamaged except for one small indentation or nick on a termination edge.


T593 - Analcime on Serandite $ 90
Mont St. Hilaire, Quebec, Canada
thumbnail - 2.9 x 2 x 1.5 cm


Analcime on Serandite from Mont St. Hilaire, Quebec, Canada [db_pics/pics/t593a.jpg] Analcime on Serandite from Mont St. Hilaire, Quebec, Canada [db_pics/pics/t593b.jpg] Analcime on Serandite from Mont St. Hilaire, Quebec, Canada [db_pics/pics/t593c.jpg]

Analcime crystals to 1.8cm on pink Serandite crystals. Ex. Charlie Key.


T678 - Amethyst $ 80
Veracruz, Mexico
miniature - 4.4 x 2 x 2 cm


Amethyst from Veracruz, Mexico [db_pics/pics/t678a.jpg] Amethyst from Veracruz, Mexico [db_pics/pics/t678b.jpg] Amethyst from Veracruz, Mexico [db_pics/pics/t678c.jpg]

Transparent light purple Amethyst crystals with main crystal a lovely scepter.


T821 - Calcite $ 75
Borrego Hot Springs, California, USA
small cabinet - 8 x 4.5 x 4 cm


Calcite from Borrego Hot Springs, California, USA [db_pics/pics/t821a.jpg] Calcite from Borrego Hot Springs, California, USA [db_pics/pics/t821b.jpg] Calcite from Borrego Hot Springs, California, USA [db_pics/pics/t821c.jpg]

cluster of Calcite crystals that are alternately transparent and pearly white. An interesting locality piece for a Calcite or California collector.


T876 - Cuprite $ 90
Poteryaevskoe Mine, Rubtsovskoe Deposit, Western Siberia, Russia
thumbnail - 2.2 x 2 x 1.5 cm


Cuprite from Poteryaevskoe Mine, Rubtsovskoe Deposit, Western Siberia, Russia [db_pics/pics/t876a.jpg] Cuprite from Poteryaevskoe Mine, Rubtsovskoe Deposit, Western Siberia, Russia [db_pics/pics/t876b.jpg] Cuprite from Poteryaevskoe Mine, Rubtsovskoe Deposit, Western Siberia, Russia [db_pics/pics/t876c.jpg]

Floater cluster of Cuprite octahedrons. Sharp and well formed. Slight chipping and an indentation from other crystals, otherwise complete all around and undamaged.


T880 - Brookite $ 95
Balochistan, Pakistan
thumbnail - 2.8 x 2.5 x 2 cm


Brookite from Balochistan, Pakistan [db_pics/pics/t880a.jpg] Brookite from Balochistan, Pakistan [db_pics/pics/t880b.jpg] Brookite from Balochistan, Pakistan [db_pics/pics/t880c.jpg]

3 intergrown Brookite crystals, partially translucent.


T908 - Barite $ 80
France
miniature - 4 x 1.6 x 0.8 cm


Barite from France [db_pics/pics/t908a.jpg] Barite from France [db_pics/pics/t908b.jpg] Barite from France [db_pics/pics/t908c.jpg]

Terminated single gem Barite crystal. Very slight edge wear, otherwise undamaged. There is an old collection number painted on the bottom.


T951 - Stilbite on Kunzite $ 100
Kunar Prov., Afghanistan
small cabinet - 5.5 x 2.5 x 2 cm


Stilbite on Kunzite from Kunar Prov., Afghanistan [db_pics/pics/t951a.jpg] Stilbite on Kunzite from Kunar Prov., Afghanistan [db_pics/pics/t951b.jpg] Stilbite on Kunzite from Kunar Prov., Afghanistan [db_pics/pics/t951c.jpg]

Gem purple Kunzite crystal with the backside coated by tan Stilbite crystals. A beautiful, well terminated Kunzite on it's own, with added color and flair due to the Stilbite. Pegmatitic Stilbite is uncommon. Well terminated but priced lower because one face is a cleavage, but can be displayed perfectly from the Stilbite covered side.


C168 - Fluorite $ 100
Diana Maria Mine, Weardale, Durham, England
miniature - 3.5 x 3 x 2.5 cm


Fluorite from Diana Maria Mine, Weardale, Durham, England [db_pics/pics/c168a.jpg] Fluorite from Diana Maria Mine, Weardale, Durham, England [db_pics/pics/c168b.jpg] Fluorite from Diana Maria Mine, Weardale, Durham, England [db_pics/pics/c168c.jpg]

Interpenetrating cubes of transparent Fluorite. The crystals are green with a blue phantom. New material. The phantom zone is transparent too, just doesn't show in photo.


C254 - Malachite after Azurite $ 100
Sacramento Mine, Bisbee, Arizona, USA
thumbnail - 2.5 x 2 x 1.5 cm


Malachite after Azurite from Sacramento Mine, Bisbee, Arizona, USA [db_pics/pics/c254a.jpg] Malachite after Azurite from Sacramento Mine, Bisbee, Arizona, USA [db_pics/pics/c254b.jpg] Malachite after Azurite from Sacramento Mine, Bisbee, Arizona, USA [db_pics/pics/c254c.jpg]

Pair of well fomred, crossing psuedomorphs of Malachite after Azurite.



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