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Unusual Epidote Gemmy Fan Shaped Crystals Double Terminated Quartz Byssolite 36g

This is an unusual, beautiful, quality Epidote specimen presenting lustrous gemmy green, prismatic, fan shaped crystals intermingling with an abundance of Quartz crystals, many of which are double terminated, and Actinolite var. Byssolite crystals exhibiting as fascinating fibrous, hair-like needles. 1.80" x 1.68" x .94" or 45.9mm x 42.6mm x 24mm. This is a truly intriguing specimen! The combination of different minerals; gemmy Epidote, double terminated Quartz, and Actinolite var. Byssolite, and the way in which they are presenting, elevates this one to be a rarer collectible specimen. Though they are small, the occurrence of the double terminated Quartz crystals with Epidote crystals is unusual.  Equally less common for Epidote specimens from this location in Morocco is the presence of Actinolite var. Byssolite crystals exhibiting in deeper areas or pockets of the Quartz and Epidote in this specimen.  The luster and formation of the Epidote crystals on this specimen are exceptional. We love the contrasting gemmy green, very lustrous Epidote with what appears to be hundreds of double terminated Quartz crystals. This is a truly attractive, aesthetic example of Epidote, Quartz and Actinolite var. Byssolite. This fine Epidote specimen will be an excellent gift for the discerning collector. 36 grams. Free domestic shipping. International shipping available. Click to buy.

The measurements for this specimen are 1.80" x 1.68" x .94" or 45.9mm x 42.6mm x 24mm. 

The source for this beautiful Epidote, Quartz and Actinolite var. Byssolite specimen is Jebel Masker, Imilchil area, Tounfit, Khenifra Province, Beni Mellal-Khenifra Region, Morocco.

 ^^^^^Epidote is a green, silicate mineral containing aluminum that is often found in metamorphic rocks. It often forms lustrous, elongated and interconnected crystals that are highly coveted by collectors. While nearly all epidote is dominantly green it may present as many different shades of color from yellowish, yellow-green to deep, dark green. Epidote crystals with high luster and well formed are considered more valuable to gemologists and mineralogists.

This is an unusual, beautiful, quality Epidote specimen presenting lustrous gemmy green, prismatic, fan shaped crystals intermingling with an abundance of Quartz crystals, many of which are double terminated, and Actinolite var. Byssolite crystals exhibiting as fascinating fibrous, hair-like needles. 1.80" x 1.68" x .94" or 45.9mm x 42.6mm x 24mm. This is a truly intriguing specimen! The combination of different minerals; gemmy Epidote, double terminated Quartz, and Actinolite var. Byssolite, and the way in which they are presenting, elevates this one to be a rarer collectible specimen. Though they are small, the occurrence of the double terminated Quartz crystals with Epidote crystals is unusual.  Equally less common for Epidote specimens from this location in Morocco is the presence of Actinolite var. Byssolite crystals exhibiting in deeper areas or pockets of the Quartz and Epidote in this specimen.  The luster and formation of the Epidote crystals on this specimen are exceptional. We love the contrasting gemmy green, very lustrous Epidote with what appears to be hundreds of double terminated Quartz crystals. This is a truly attractive, aesthetic example of Epidote, Quartz and Actinolite var. Byssolite. This fine Epidote specimen will be an excellent gift for the discerning collector. 36 grams. Free domestic shipping. International shipping available. Click to buy.

The measurements for this specimen are 1.80" x 1.68" x .94" or 45.9mm x 42.6mm x 24mm. 

The source for this beautiful Epidote, Quartz and Actinolite var. Byssolite specimen is Jebel Masker, Imilchil area, Tounfit, Khenifra Province, Beni Mellal-Khenifra Region, Morocco.

 ^^^^^Epidote is a green, silicate mineral containing aluminum that is often found in metamorphic rocks. It often forms lustrous, elongated and interconnected crystals that are highly coveted by collectors. While nearly all epidote is dominantly green it may present as many different shades of color from yellowish, yellow-green to deep, dark green. Epidote crystals with high luster and well formed are considered more valuable to gemologists and mineralogists.

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