A fluorite from the Erongo Mountains with textbook aesthetics! The specimen shows a single rounded 3,1 cm fluorite on matrix. The crystal is almost round but if you look closely you can very well see individual crystal faces. On the inside the crystal is completely transparent and glassy. While it is basically colorless there are dark purple patches and structures near the surface that make for a very unique look! This beautiful crystal is set on a matrix of white microcline, green fluorites and some colorless beryl micro-crystals.
This Goboboseb amethyst specimen has a striking presence due to its 15.7 cm of brilliant quality quartz! It has two completely perfect and sharp crystals on a quartz and calcite covered rock matrix. The quality is quite amazing! Both crystals are glassy and highly lustrous. There are some milky zones, especially at the larger crystals, but those are nicely mixed with the purple clouds and completely transparent parts. Very attractive, dominant and of best quality and condition!
Glassy, colorless topaz, shaped like a flame and brilliantly lustrous all around! This etched topaz floater has the amazing rich structure this unique find is known for and is, save for some small abrasions, in best condition. It is a smaller exemplar of that one-time find but stunning nevertheless!
The quality of this botryoidal brucite specimen is absolutely wonderful and stunning! It's gemmy, lustrous, perfectly crystallized all around and with the most vibrant lemon-yellow color you can find! At the left side it has some rock fragments, the rest is pure brucite of superb quality and distinctive formation. An outstanding specimen of this marvelous and appealing mineral!
A ridge of glassy and lustrous violet fluorite cubes is arranged like the gems on a crown over a sparkling white quartz matrix. This dramatic specimen has been found in the 90's by Alfred Kugler and has been in his collection ever since. The fluorites are in very best condition with lovely open violet color through and through!
Totally amazing strikingly blue azurite on a green malachite matrix! The azurite shows fantastic mirroring luster that reflects the light on countless sharp crystal faces. The condition is virtually flawless and even the matrix is largely just naturally broken and recrystallized with tiny azurites. It's a fine specimen of superb aesthetics and amazing crystal quality!
This barite from Elk Creek shows impossibly good quality and super attractive aesthetics!
Luster, clarity, color and sharpness all are as good as it gets! Matrix is a well sized rock with a cream-yellow growth of calcite and a barite side crystal. In the middle of that matrix stands an upright 4.4 cm barite that is perfectly gemmy and with a wet-look luster that is absolutely top-notch! With its wonderful amber brown color it is an amazing crystal in person! It is sharp and flawless and with beautiful surface structure!
This lovely apatite specimen features a single 1.9 cm apatite on matrix. The main crystal has a very nice pink color. It is transparent with a frosted surface and free of any damage! The single apatite crystal is prominently set atop a silvery muscovite matrix which emphasizes the apatite!
The organic shape of a coral makes this large aragonite specimen alive! You can see two different crystal shapes - a fragile spiky structure is grown on the more rounded main branches - all of which are in flawless condition and in sweeping shape all around! This piece was found in 1985 as a small label on the backside indicates. A beautiful and disctinctively three-dimensional specimen from the historic mining area Lavrion.
The aesthetics of this bow-tie type epidote specimen is quite exceptional and represents the best from this unique find at the Ras Koh Mountains! A single 4.7 cm main crystal stands vertically over a small group of equally beautiful shaped side-crystals. All epidotes are jet-black and lustrous and in outstanding condition!
A complex group of tourmaline crystals of different character, arranged on an amorphous tourmaline-matrix. The main crystal at the top is for sure the most striking one as it shows absolutely brilliant gemmy quality, a perfect pointed termination and nice open colors that range from pink to a greenish yellow tip. The other crystals have a flat termination but are also highly lustrous, undamaged and colorful. Some are translucent, some have a gemmy, intensively pink core. The overall aesthetics is somewhat chaotic but rich with very nice tourmalines of high quality! There are several very well done repairs but which aren't visible at all.
This attractive amethyst from Guerrero is basically a dominant main crystals on a nice thin piece of matrix with a smaller side crystal. The amethyst has intensive purple color at the core which very much rewards some backlight! Some zones, especially towards the pointed termination, are colorless or milky white but which actually looks really beautiful in combination with the dark and vibrant purple. The condition is very good. There is a contact at the back but the front side is all lustrous, well developed and without damage. The backside also has some attachment which appears to be a brown amorphous quartz in a white crust. Overall an attractive piece with amazing color!