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Realgar on Stibnite - Baia Sprie, Maramures Co, Romania

Spiky terminated prismatic crystals of metallic dark grey Stibnite form two inter grown open divergent clusters. Grown between the crystals of Stibnite are orange to red blocky crystals of Realgar. An uncommon combination from Baia Sprie (probably No.

Hematite crystals with calcite.

Grey Hematite ( I love seeing rocks in their raw form) Wessels Mine, Hotazel, Kalahari manganese fields, Northern Cape Province, South Africa

Spectrolite, found in Finland, is the harder / higher quality grade of the softer labradorite

Spectrolite, found in Finland, is the harder / higher quality grade of the softer labradorite. Spectrolite exhibits a wider range of colors (including warm/red tones) than labradorite (only tones of blue-grey-green).

Elbaite from Barra de Salinas District, Coronel Murta, Araçuaí Pegmatite District, Eastern Brazilian Pegmatite Province, Minas Gerais, Southeast Region, Brazil / Mineral Friends <3

Elbaite from Barra de Salinas District, Coronel Murta, Araçuaí Pegmatite…

Crystal formation

Morganite or pink beryl and a bit of aquamarine, or blue beryl. Named for JP Morgan who was an avid collector of gemstones.

Agate with drusy (amethyst crystals?) Crystal Ball

Agate with drusy (amethyst crystals?) Crystal Ball this is awesome with the amethyst in it

Epidote is a calcium aluminium iron sorosilicate mineral.  Many of the characters of the mineral vary with the amount of iron present for instance, the color, the optical constants, and the specific gravity. The color is green, grey, brown or nearly black, but usually a characteristic shade of yellowish-green or pistachio-green.

Epidote is a calcium aluminium iron sorosilicate mineral. Depending on the amount of iron present, the color varies from green, grey, brown or nearly black, but usually a characteristic shade of yellowish-green or pistachio-green.

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