Highly lustrous and partially transparent red wulfenite crystals richly scattered on matrix! The main crystal measures 17.5 mm across. Great condition and visual impact! Ex Bosch, Marty Zinn (no.1624) and Helmut Brückner collections.
This is a well-formed, sharp and lustrous azurite crystal from Tsumeb. The entire crystal is deep blue in the corners when backlight. A few malachite rosettes show starting alteration and make a beautiful contrast. The front side shows fantastic striations and very brilliant luster. Great condition and shape!
A lustrous, thick and sturdy schorl resting on smoky quartz matrix.
Stunning leaf of gold, well formed on both sides. It has exquisite shape and shows very fine luster.
What a surprise! Deep purple fluorite octahedrons from Shigar Valley, Pakistan. I have never seen this colour from Pakistan before, the specimen comes from a very small and limited find. The mica matrix makes a beautiful contrast. Great condition and aesthetics!
This is a large, single, sharp and lustrous azurite crystal from Tsumeb. It features many special vicinal faces and striations on the outline.
Wonderful miniature of classic Egremont calcite. The three main crystals are very clear and standing upright. Great condition and aesthetics!
WOW! Sharp and brilliant atacamite crystals on quartz and chrysocolla matrix! The atacamites are grown in wonderful groups and reach up to 19 mm in length. The plate of matrix is richly covered, and the quartz sets a pleasing contrast. Some of the crystals in the lower part are not terminated, but the majority is well formed and in perfect condition. One of the very best atacamite specimens ever found at the Lily mine!
Sharp, tapering mimetite crystals to 17 mm on matrix.
Perfect, doubly terminated, bicolour tourmaline crystal from California! The crystal obviously got broken during growth and grew together at a slightly different angle again. The upper termination has nicely bevelled faces. No damage.
WOW!!! What a superb cabinet sized heliodor crystal! It features fantastic shape combined with super glossy luster, beautiful greenish-yellow colour, amazing clarity, bevelled termination faces, slightly rounded (but still well visible) edges and fantastic non-etched sides altering with wonderful etching patterns! Furthermore, it is doubly terminated and the only large crystal of this particular colour and style ever found! This crystal was found in Pegmatite No.576 in 2003. The weight is 347 grams. Zero damage on any side. What an outstanding and jaw-dropping gem crystal! Price on request.
Superb floater cluster from an old find in 1986. The crystals are large, thick and sturdy, and show beautiful barrel-shaped form. No damage on front side.