Gracile like a butterfly on a flower, this barite composition is absolutely astonishing. The yellow tabular barite is 3-dimensionally arranged, vitreous and in very good condition. All main crystals are perfect, tiny edgewear on side-crystals is scarse. This is an outstanding piece, delicate and beautiful. Please note: Due to its fragility hand delivery is a must at this specimen. Please contact us, so we can arrange a meeting!
An azurite floater aggregate of lovely crystallization all around with no damage or contact anywhere to be found. This shape is classic for the now unactive locale near La Sal. The azurite is flashy and sparkling with hundreds of wedge shaped crystals. At some spots there are hidden hints of malachite, the rest is just pure blue joy without compromise!
Colorless quartz gwindels are actually harder to find in the Alps than are smoky quartz gwindels. Fortunately in 1987 the famous Marmottakluft produced this great matrix piece, being a rarity even to this cleft. The nearly closed gwindel is of exceptional luster and clarity. Being perched on a beautiful matrix among high quality side crystals we can honestly say we are dazzled by this specimen. There are two smaller chips at the backside, being hidden for the jagged crystallization und thus not visible from the front. The rest - even the side crystals - is just perfect. The brownish matrix holds a couple of tiny anatase crystals, is naturally broken at the bottom and a fittingly pretty base for this pristine crystal. The solidification of a real "wow" factor!
Beautifully crystallized on all sides, nicely composed and with accompanying Japan law twins this epidote specimen is remarkable in any respect. The main crystal is 1.7 cm thick and holds a 2.3 cm Japan law twin atop its perfect termination. With the lovely aesthetics of butterflies sitting on this dominant lustrous mineral this specimen is a fine treasure indeed. The whole piece is in excellent condition and of unique composition.
The most unusual part about this green tourmaline is its shape. What looks almost straight in the picture is in fact oddly bowed as you can see in the video. Combined with good luster and color this is a very distinct piece of striking aesthetics.
Shaped like a crown on a head of porous matrix this hyalite specimen (or Opal-AN) is especially distinctive in appearance. Inside the circular boundaries there is a structure of cream-white aragonite, organically protruding and prominent. The hyalite is perfectly water-clear and in a very good condition. This piece offers perfect aesthetics and brilliant quality as you nicely can see in our video. An attractive piece from a unique locality!
This is an excellent matrix specimen of calcite! Except a small contact no damage is present!
I have seen many topaz coming to the market in the last years, but when it comes to this quality, I have seen almost nothing! Most are just heavily damaged single crystals of minor quality, or just not well situated on matrix. This piece features all you need to get a specimen of world class. The elongated crystal of high quality is shooting out vertically of the matrix, producing the fabulous aesthetics of this specimen. The crystal is gemmy, lustrous and showing the typically congnac color. Just some minor edgewear is present at the lower left of the crystal, but this is very small and does not detract the beauty of this piece at all. Very showy from all sides!
Like a snowball on a slope, this flawless and highly lustrous yellow calcite crystal sits on a rich matrix that supports the dramatic charm of this specimen. The calcite specimens from this region belong to Spains very best, this very specimen being no exception. The single isolated crystal is nicely transparent and of beautiful and characteristic spheral shape with a size of 4.6 cm! Outstanding in every way, this stunningly aeshtetical piece is a perfect, jewel-like eye-catcher.
This dramatic titanite is out of a spectacular new find from spring 2016. A massy piece of solid titanite, incredible 10.8 cm long and 2.6 cm thick! It is a perfect floater that is absolutely flawless and impressive all around. The backside is partly encrusted with some matrix, chlorite, iron oxide and albite which provides a very lively, landscape-like view. The front is lustrous, sharp edged and of typical mossy green color. The greatest part is free of chlorite which is unusual for the locale. This is definitely one of the very larges and best titanite specimen we have seen coming the Alps.
This is a wonderful calcite, with a great gemminess and a beautiful striation on the surface, what looks gorgeous in person. With a size of 13.4 cm the crystal has a perfect size, and this in combination with the outstanding quality is very rare, and makes this piece very extraordinary. Except one face at the lower side at the back, the specimen is free of damage. As this is at the back it does not detract the beauty of this specimen at all, and also the lower side of the crystal is well crystalized. Much better and very glassy in person!
This is a phantastic specimen with a group of deep purple fluorites on a matrix covered by yellowish quartz. Beautiful in person!