Posted by: Raymond McDougall on 03.25.2024 | Filed under:


Specimen # 102901
Mineral: Chabazite
Location: Wasson's Bluff, Cumberland Co., Nova Scotia, Canada
Size: 9.7 x 7.5 x 7.0 cm
Price: $90.00 CAD


1 in stock


Detailed Description

A cabinet specimen of sharp, orange penetration twins of chabazite from Wasson’s Bluff. The chabazite crystals are sharp with good lustre. At the lower middle area, there is a grouping of small calcite crystals – they are highly fluorescent. In excellent condition and stands perfectly for display as photographed. A great splash of orange in the display case!

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About The Chabazites From Wasson’s Bluff

Wasson’s Bluff is world famous for colourful chabazite crystals, ranging in colour from pinks to various hues of orange and all the way to dark red. The chabazites from Wasson’s Bluff have been collected since the mid-19th century, and production of truly fine specimens has been sporadic. Although several of the productive zones have been exhausted as the basalt has eroded away to the underlying sandstone, occasional finds have produced excellent specimens.


Please Note: the colour representation in the still photographs has been carefully calibrated and adjusted to approximate an accurate rendition of this specimen in daylight (shade). The colours in the video are not similarly adjusted.

Additional information

Dimensions 22 × 37 × 34 cm