This is a wonderful display specimen from Wasson’s Bluff. This very fine plate of crystals from one side of a narrow seam – it is very hard to extract these intact, and without damage. The crystals are a good mid-orange, and they are sharp, with penetration twins among them. In excellent condition, no damage, and only minor incomplete crystals and contacts at the outer periphery.
A great collection specimen of chabazite, from the classic Canadian locality for them.
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