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1446 specimens found
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Serandite and Aegirine (rare form)
stock #A7-257-439A
Mont Saint-Hilaire, Monteregie
Quebec, Canada
6.9 x 2.6 x 2.4 CM (cabinet)
price: $880
Winter 2016-17

A delicate sculptural Serandite specimen with a delicate salmon color. Ex Larry White collection, this is composed of the uncommon bladelike habit crystals intergrown in parallel arrangement. Collected in 1980 by Ernie Schlicter, this is unlike most Serandite, the flat crystal form is very rare, and with the mine closed there are no more to be found. The spikelike crystal of Aegirine is a nice accent.
Amethyst -flower form, included by rutile
stock #Alec-24-405
Karur
Tamil Nadu, India
5.3 x 5.3 x 3.2 CM (cabinet)
price: $490
Winter 2016-17

Top rich purple color, fine form and in excellent condition, this is a very choice Karur flower. These radiating clusters of crystals are distinctive, and unlike "flowerlike" radiating groups found anyplace else, top pieces can have gem clear deep colored crystals and brilliant luster. This is one of that calibre. Few have such perfect condition and intense color, there is only one tiny spot of chipping on the backside, the front is fully perfect. In addition the crystals are rutilated, with magnification they are densely filled with red needles of Rutile. Several crystals show scepter forms or the rare hollow hexagonal cavity in the terminations. Very exotic, unusual and pretty specimen.
Manganite with Barite classic specimen
stock #15.1-567
Ilfeld, Nordhausen, Harz Mts
Thuringia, Germany
7.3 x 5 x 3.3 CM (cabinet)
price: $270
Winter 2016-17

A nearly pure mass of Manganite that is the matrix for a well crysllized vug filled with sharp Manganite crystals and white Barites. Ex Patricia Barker collection, this is a fine condition specimen and certainly a older vintage piece. Not quite the usual habit for the location, the crystals are sharp and lustrous
Almandine on Pegmatite, Classic
stock #16.1-353
Hedgehog Hill Quarry, Peru, Oxford County
Maine, United States
8.2 x 7.7 x 5.2 CM (cabinet)
price: $350
Winter 2016-17

Several Garnets are scattered on the Pegmatite matrix but the main crystal is 3.3 CM perfectly perched in a nest of Mica. In fine condition and sharply formed this is a classic style Oxford County (Maine) specimen. Far better than most with a fine esthetic form, the face striations also are a bit more distinct that is typical. Choice Northeastern US specimen.
Elbaite -Blue capped crystals
stock #15.1-587
Mina Camilo Gigante, Itinga
Minas Gerais, Brazil
2.9 x 1.5 x 1.3 CM (small miniature/ large thumbnail (toenail))
price: $325
Winter 2016-17

Excellent quality, zoned gem Tourmalines with distinct blue caps. Both crystals are terminated, the larger with a simple flat top and the smaller with a more complex habit. By naked eye there is no damage seen but a 20X magnification does find micro chipping on a few edges, still about as close to perfect as can be found. From finds about 6 years ago. A good value for a nice, small but clean gem.
Scapolite- gem crystal with
stock #16.1-198
Morogoro, Uluguru Mountains
Morogoro, Tanzania
3.1 x 1.6 x 1.3 CM (small miniature/ large thumbnail (toenail))
price: $400
Winter 2016-17

A clear, mostly colorless terminated crystal with a vibrant orange core that gives the entire crystal a rich color. The cats eye effect is very strong and has a distinct "shimmer". In very good condition, with very minor contacts and no eye visible damage or chips. Scapolite is a common mineral, but good gem grade is quite rare, this locality has produced very few fine pieces like this one. A good value.
Aragonite -crystallized with copper coloring
stock #7AE-272
Lavrion
Attiki Prefecture Laurion District, Greece
7.9 x 6 x 3.5 CM (cabinet)
price: $250
Winter 2016-17

Aragonite with a classic copper blue green coloring from the classic locality of Lavrion. Well crystallized and esthetic, This can be backlit for a dramatic effect. Minor chipping of some terminations is not easy to notice from most display angles, but it also keeps the price lower for such a nice display specimen.
Axinite and Quartz
stock #ALEC-15-068
Dachang Ore Field, Nandan
Guangxi, China
7 x 4.7 x 3.1 CM (cabinet)
price: $475
Winter 2016-17

An unusually well crystallized Axinite from China that host well perched doubly terminated quartz crystals for a nice contrast. Ex Shields Flynn collection, thois is older material from about 2004. The Nandan mines have mostly been shut down and were only producing good minerals for a few short years. The Axinites from the area are probably the best ever to come out of China. In excellent condition (few were not badly damaged) with the only real bruising at the outside edges. Very nice luster and three dimensional relief.
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