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Fluorite Pyrite, Norway

Rare specimen featuring a Fluorite octahedron with Pyrite accents on Quartz from Norway

Barite crystals stacked atop purple Fluorite

Barite crystals stacked atop purple Fluorite / Mineral Friends looks like chocolate with whip cream.

Bright Dioptase crystals that appear to be stalactitic in form but are actually overgrown on needle-like crystals of an unidentified brown mineral. The specimen is columnar in form with bright sparkly crystals on all sides.  From the James Houran thumbnail collection who obtained it from the Sacco collection.This specimen was part of the special exhibit 'African Thumbnail Treasures' at the 2012 Munich mineral show. The Dioptase is especially bright and sparkly.  via Amanda Hayek

Bright Dioptase crystals that appear to be stalactitic in form but are actually overgrown on needle-like crystals of an unidentified brown mineral. The specimen is columnar in form with bright sparkly crystals on all sides

Barite

Glassy crystals of Malachite w/ Barite on botryoidal Malachite on matrix, Mashamba West Mine, Congo.

Pyrite with Quartz

Pyrite with Quartz pyrite Strengthens Will Increases Energy Good business stone logical

Cleavelandite on elbaite. Stak Nala, Haramosh Mts., Gilgit-Baltistan, Northern Areas of Pakistan

Tri-colored Elbaites crystals joined together by Cleavelandite blades Stak Nala, Haramosh Mts., Skardu District, Gilgit-Baltistan, Northern Areas of Pakistan. Measures cm by cm by cm in total size.

Danburite crystal coated by phantomed Calcite and Gypsum crystals

Danburite crystal coated by phantomed Calcites and Gypsum crystals on all sides / Mineral Friends.

Fluorite

bluish-green and lavender Fluorite cubes with Barite from Iran From the Komshejeh Mine, Komshejeh, Ardestan County, Esfahan Province, Iran

Fluorite on Sphalerite with Barite - Elmwood Mine, Smith County, Tennessee mw

Flourite on Sphalerite:  from the 2013 Tucson Gem & Mineral Show (photo by Renate Surh)

Flourite on Sphalerite: from the 2013 Tucson Gem & Mineral Show (photo by Renate Surh Way cool! Looks like the fluorite's been glued on.

⚒ STUNNING Fluorite specimen! |#Geology Locality: Rosiclare, Denton Mine, Illinois *Photo : © mineral-forum... See More

Fluorite From: Rosiclare level,Goose Creek Mine Group, Harris Creek Sub-District, Hardin County, Illinois.

Sunstone belongs to the plagioclase feldspar group, and is named for its unusual spangled or glittery appearance. Its proper mineralogical name, however, is aventurine feldspar,...Aventurine is the name used for both a type of green quartz and a golden feldspar. Both have a metallic glittery appearance caused by inclusions...Sunstone is typically a red-brown hue, with a metallic glitter which is caused by tiny platelets of hematite or goethite. The glitter is usually gold or red, but very…

Sunstone: History of Sunstone, Feldspar Gemstone

Sunstone, or aventurine feldspar, is a unique gemstone sought-after for its spangled appearance caused by hematite inclusions. Learn about popular sunstone gems at GemSelect

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