This Emerald specimen has three double terminated gem-quality crystals that were exposed from the encasing Quartz crystal. It is from Kagem Emerald Mine, Zambia and the size is 5.3 x 4.5 x 2.5 cm, the more prominent Emerald crystal is 4 x 1 x 0.7 cm. The Emerald crystals were originally encased on the Quartz boulder and it was meticulous exposed after peeling the Quartz crystal away, the Emerald crystals have some Muscovite inclusion but it does not take away the gem-quality of these crystals, they have a deep green emerald color with a faint bluish tinge to them. The main crystal has one repair on the top part of it, which is very minor, but there is no damage to the specimen. The quality of this specimen is better than shown on the photos.
BRAZARTE, worldwide fine minerals specimens sinze 1998.
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Double-terminated, Scalenohedral Rhodochrosite from Uchucchacua Mine, Peru
Very pretty and showy gem lustrous red scalenohedral crystals of rhodochrosite are set on matrix. The largest rhodochrosite crystal is double-terminated and measures 17 mm in length. Excellent cherry-red color. Glassy to Vitreous luster.