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Sphalerite (Spinel-law twinned crystals) with Quartz from Deveti Septemvri Mine, Madan District, Rhodope Mountains, Bulgaria

 
Sphalerite (Spinel-law twinned crystals) with Quartz from Deveti Septemvri Mine, Madan District, Rhodope Mountains, Bulgaria

Sphalerite (Spinel-law twinned crystals) with Quartz from Deveti Septemvri Mine, Madan District, Rhodope Mountains, Bulgaria

Sphalerite (Spinel-law twinned crystals) with Quartz from Deveti Septemvri Mine, Madan District, Rhodope Mountains, Bulgaria

Sphalerite (Spinel-law twinned crystals) with Quartz from Deveti Septemvri Mine, Madan District, Rhodope Mountains, Bulgaria

Sphalerite (Spinel-law twinned crystals) with Quartz from Deveti Septemvri Mine, Madan District, Rhodope Mountains, Bulgaria

DESCRIPTION:No. 38454
Mineral:Sphalerite (Spinel-law twinned crystals) with Quartz
Locality:Deveti Septemvri Mine, Madan District, Rhodope Mountains, Bulgaria
Description:Showy cluster of lustrous black sphalerite crystals to 12 with scattered slender transparent colorless lustrous quartz crystals to 15 mm. The sphalerite crystals are complexly twinned on the {111} plane following the Spinel Law of twinning.
Overall Size:8x7x5 cm
Crystals:1-15 mm
Status: Sold - Posted here for reference only
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