A gorgeous fluorite of very fine quality is well situatet on a beutiful matrix, consisting of a layer of small quartz crystals and snow white crystals of barite. The fluroite is completely free of damage and has a size of 1.5 cm on edge! I named this piece "the rabbit", because of it's special shape! The picture speakes for itself here!
This is another very fine specimen of the recent find! The matrix has attached many very tiny titanites. This is hard to show on the photo and looks much better in person. The size of the main crystal is 1.5cm and the whole specimen is free of damage.
The aesthetics of this specimen is really breathtaking and the best you can look for! It has a very nice purple color, good luster and the crystal is completely free of any damage.
A very fine piece of malachite ps. cuprite, with two very sharp intergrown crystals on a small matrix. The malachite has a bright green and very fresh looking color. Ex University of Arizona collection.
A beautiful calcite with great aesthetics and quality! No significant damage is present and it is very showy from all sides!
What a beautiful specimen of galena! The crystals have a size up to 3.5cm and are very lustrous. The calcites at the bottom give the piece a very good contrast and a great aesthetics. All the crystals are in a very good condition and without any damage of influence. It is very 3-dimensional in person!
What a stunning calcite! This specimen consists of two generations of calcite! The surface of the crystal has a very interesting and special structure and good luster. At the bottom, some small crystals of quartz are present! It is in a very good condition without any damage worth to mention.
A beautiful group of greenish fluorites on calcite! Very special and one of the best pieces I have seen of this kind!
Another beautiful fluorite of high quality!
What an awesome combination of anatas with quartz, from the classic locality in Norway. Since it is forbidden to collect in this area, just a few crystals has come to the market in the last years, mainly come out of old collections in Norway. This crystal has a very strong blue color and the upper third of it gets visible gemmy when it's lighted. I have very rarely seen such a high quality crystal in combination with quartz, as most of the crystals are just lose or grown on regular matrix. This is a very choice specimen and very hard to get.
What a beautiful combination of apophyllite and calcite! The small crystals of apophyllite are perfectly situated on the edge of the calcite, beautiful sparkling and very gemmy. Much better in person, because it is very hard to show the high quality of the crystals on the photos!
What an amazing fluorite! The main crystal is situated on a "first generation" of fluorite with white color what makes a very good contrast to the purple main crystal! Also the back side is crystallized very well mainly consisting of galena! Some edge wear is present on this specimen, though the great color, gemminess and aesthetics are really outstanding and most important to this specimen. This specimen comes with two historic labels! (Ex U.S. National Museum, ex J. Williams collection)