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Erythrite

Erythrite

Specimen # 102210
Mineral: Erythrite
Location: Bou Azzer, Tazenakht, Ouarzazate Province, Morocco
Size: 6.5 x 6.1 x 5.0 cm
Price: $95.00 CAD

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Detailed Description

This piece hosts two generations of erythrite - larger dark crystals and smaller light pink balls. The crystals are sharp, lustrous and transparent with beautiful colour. The top group of crystals is in excellent condition and the lower one is very good, with the right hand edge incomplete. Stands perfectly for display as photographed. NIce colour, contrast and sparkle!

Please note that if shipping this one outside North America, there will be a little more than the usual required to cover the actual cost of shipping.

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About these Erythrites

Erythrite crystals from Bou Azzer are generally regarded as the finest in the world. The challenge with erythrite, however, is to obtain fine-quality specimens - the mineral is so soft and delicate that most specimens are damaged in the removal process or subsequent transportation. The erythrites in this lot are superb quality specimens of this beautiful mineral.

Detailed Description

This piece hosts two generations of erythrite - larger dark crystals and smaller light pink balls. The crystals are sharp, lustrous and transparent with beautiful colour. The top group of crystals is in excellent condition and the lower one is very good, with the right hand edge incomplete. Stands perfectly for display as photographed. NIce colour, contrast and sparkle!

Please note that if shipping this one outside North America, there will be a little more than the usual required to cover the actual cost of shipping.

Browse More Specimens from Bou Azzer (click here)

Browse More Specimens from Morocco (click here)


About these Erythrites

Erythrite crystals from Bou Azzer are generally regarded as the finest in the world. The challenge with erythrite, however, is to obtain fine-quality specimens - the mineral is so soft and delicate that most specimens are damaged in the removal process or subsequent transportation. The erythrites in this lot are superb quality specimens of this beautiful mineral.