In this gallery we present some of our very finest mineral specimens!
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WOW! What an amazing silver specimen from Michigan! The crystals are sharp and well formed, and up to 17 mm long. The composition of the silver crystal branches is particularly well balanced and very aesthetic. A pleasing patina gives the typical classic touch to this superb silver specimen!
WOW! What a classic English masterpiece! Found in the famous "Jewel Box Pocket" in Summer 2008, this piece is easily one of the very best specimens from the recent mining period at the Rogerly mine! The luster and clarity of this particular pocket is shockingly fine and still unrivaled. Three large and sharp twins rest amidst smaller fluorite and galena crystals on a cabinet sized matrix. Published in Lapis magazine several times (January 2010 issue), and in the book "Mineralienbilder" by Hilde Könighofer, page 145. The clarity is fantastic and the fluorescence in daylight is just jaw-dropping! A masterpiece by all standards! Ex Robert Brandstetter collection.
A thick mass of gold flakes perched on quartz matrix. The gold body is minimum 1 cm thick on all sides and almost completely covers the quartz matrix. Sphalerites set a nice accent on top. The entire piece is firm and sturdy, the gold leaves are well connected by intergrown quartz crystals. One of the very best gold specimens I have ever seen from Cavnic!
This rare peach-pink coloured morganite is a full floater and shows fantastic etching patterns all around. It has superb luster and amazing clarity, it is in fact totally clear throughout.
WOW! This large cabinet sized piece is one of the major large rosafluorite specimens from the famous and outstanding Rufibach pocket. Several large fluorite crystal clusters, up to 4.5 cm across (lower right side) are scattered on a sturdy, white granite matrix. The big crystals are in fantastic shape and condition. All in all a masterpiece from the Alps!
WOW! What an incredible fluorite crystal perched on a bed of drusy quartz crystals! The fluorite features predominating rhombohedral, and smaller cubic faces, resembling the form of a garnet! In addition, there is a green core and several layers of fantastic purple phantoms around it. Just amazing! Great visual impact and no damage.
WOW! This is a huge and very well formed, elongated azurite crystal. As so typical of Tsumeb, it is altered to malachite in some small places. The colour is excellent, and the luster is superb! The stepped growth structures in the top section make it truly special and unique!
WOW! What a gorgeous multiple-coloured tourmaline crystal! The picture was just made with natural daylight from the back side, no artificial light used, and the colours are indeed that strong and intense. There is one repair right above the pink zone, but this was professionally done and is barely visibly. The termination is perfect and shows a pleasing yellow colour. The sidecar crystals are all terminated. The size of the crystal is indeed shocking, it is a true masterpiece for an advanced collector of gem species!
WOW! What an alpine killer specimen! A lovely nest of mica crystals is host to a wonderful 7 by 4.6 cm ironrose! This specimen is easily one of the 10 best hematites i have ever seen from the Austrian alps. It has a remarkable size, wonderful rose structures, nicely bevelled faces, great iridescence and outstanding aesthetics! Just jaw-dropping!
WOW! Two exceptionally large and deep coloured fluorites resting on granite matrix. One of the very best fluorite specimens found in the famous Rufibach pocket!
Awesome gold leaves on calcite matrix from a classic and defunct European locale! The leaves have excellent luster and are very 3-dimensional, forming a truly big wave. Pristine condition all around.
92 grams of crystalized gold in quartz! What a beautiful and very rich gold specimen from recent finds at Alta Floresta. The quartz matrix sets a lovely contrast. Very 3-dimensional and showy from all sides!