This specimen features a freestanding, sharp and pristine closed gwindel on a group of regular smoky quartz crystals. The colour is a yellowish slight smoky tone, typical for this Italian locale. Great aesthetics and condition!
Slightly coloured smoky quartz crystals forming a highly attractive cluster. No damage, tiny little anatases are attached on top and back sides.
This is a very rare sample of green alpine fluorite featuring several modified crystal faces. The predominant octahedral faces are accented by a slightly purple second generation layer that features rhombohedral and cubic faces. This crystal aggregate is a floater and in perfect condition all around. Very unique style, from a small and limited find.
Water clear quartz crystals featuring razor sharp edges atop and fine striations along the prism faces. Zero damage and great visual impact! A little schist matrix is attached on lower back side.
Green schist quartzis considered to be among the very finest from the alps. This is an excellent sample from the Leisalp, Valser valley in Switzerland. Two upright crystals forming a "V" are surrounded by smaller ones at the base. As so typical of this find, green chlorite inclusions at the base add a pleasing colour contrast. Great aesthetics and condition!
This is a tall Swiss gwindel of great condition and shape! Small damage and contacts are present at the base, but the top section is fully pristine. Great shape and great twist!
This is an incredibly lustrous and transparent epidote crystal cluster. All crystals have perfectly shaped and undamaged terminations, and nice striations along the prism faces. Due to the exceedingly fine transparency the typical pleochroism effect is very well visible! Great aesthetics, quality and condition!