Measurements: 43 x 40 x 33 mm
Description: A group of milky to clear quartz crystals with lovely, distinct phantoms, consisting of black and reddish-brown specks of hematite. The specimen has a very thin matrix of feldspar and mica.
The termination points appear to have no damage, but the largest crystal has a few very minute nicks along one termination ridge. The crystal with female termination has a long nick on two of its shaft ridges, and the crystal to its right also has a long nick along a shaft facet (possibly where it had contact with other crystals) and the base has some damage and pressure marks.
The specimen displays well on a flat surface.
Weight of Specimen: 48.6 g
Chemical Composition: SiO2
Hardness on Mohs
Location: Orange River, Northern Cape, South Africa.
Specimen Code: SNCO 021
US $ 55