A well formed translucent to transparent blue Topaz crystal. This robust guy is from Tarryall Mountains, Park County, Colorado, and it is 5.5 x 5.5 x 5.3 cm. It has a very good luster without being a glassy crystal, and not damage, only contact area where it got detach from the matrix rock, the termination is very sharp and it has local patches of internal muscovite and clay from the matrix on the bottom part of it. It comes with a custom base.
BRAZARTE, worldwide fine minerals specimens sinze 1998.
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Stunning color contrast of green Siderite “Blades” with brassy, iridescent Chalcopyrite crystals in this specimen. Several of the Siderite blades are 1-inch long. The luster of the Siderite is vitreous to pearly while the Chalcopyrite has a brilliant metallic luster.