Posted by: macadmin on 05.14.2020 | Filed under:


Specimen # 102144
Mineral: Pyrite
Location: Pyrite, Huanzala Mine, Huallanca District, Dos de Mayo Province, Huanuco Dept., Peru
Size: 11.5 x 6.8 x 6.6 cm


A great cluster of sharp, lustrous pyrite crystals. These crystals are pyritohedral (irregular pentagonal dodecahedra) and they are striated. The large crystal is 6.2 cm across, and the specimen looks super in the display cabinet.

In excellent condition. The lower/back faces of the crystal at the bottom left are incomplete, but not an issue as displayed, one othr small incomplete crystal (also not prominent as displayed) and there are a couple of minor chips on the piece if you search for them. Really great quality for a piece of this size. I acquired this specimen in Peru and it has been in my collection for many years.

This specimen is heavy and will require additional postage. (If you order it through the online cart, I will confirm the additional postage afterward.)

Additional information

Dimensions 66 × 115 × 68 cm