x 16 x 11 mm
Description: A small specimen consisting of purple (colour zoned) fluorite crystals sitting on a group of phantom quartz crystals. The biggest fluorite crystal measures 5½ mm on edge.
The phantoms are caused by orange and black hematite specks captured between two layers of quartz growth. Some of the quartz crystals have lovely shaft facet growth marks.
The fluorite crystals have no notable damage, while the quartz have one large contact mark, and a few minute nicks.
Weight of Specimen: 3.6 g
Chemical Composition: CaF2
Hardness on Mohs Scale: (fluorite) 4
well-known Riemvasmaak (
Specimen Code: SNCO 130
US $ SOLD.