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Epidote with Quartz (including a Japan Law-twinned) from Copper Mountain, Prince of Wales Island, Alaska

 
Epidote with Quartz (including a Japan Law-twinned) from Copper Mountain, Prince of Wales Island, Alaska

Epidote with Quartz (including a Japan Law-twinned) from Copper Mountain, Prince of Wales Island, Alaska

Epidote with Quartz (including a Japan Law-twinned) from Copper Mountain, Prince of Wales Island, Alaska

Epidote with Quartz (including a Japan Law-twinned) from Copper Mountain, Prince of Wales Island, Alaska

Epidote with Quartz (including a Japan Law-twinned) from Copper Mountain, Prince of Wales Island, Alaska

Epidote with Quartz (including a Japan Law-twinned) from Copper Mountain, Prince of Wales Island, Alaska

Epidote with Quartz (including a Japan Law-twinned) from Copper Mountain, Prince of Wales Island, Alaska

DESCRIPTION:No. 65325
Mineral:Epidote with Quartz (including a Japan Law-twinned)
Locality:Copper Mountain, Prince of Wales Island, Alaska
Description:Lustrous prismatic green-black epidote crystals to 8 mm mixed with lustrous transparent colorless quartz crystals to 10 mm lining cavities in epidote. One cavity has a quartz crystal pair twinned following the Japan Law of quartz twinning. Ex. Irving Horowitz collection #2412
Overall Size:7x5x4 cm
Crystals:1-10 mm
Status: Sold - Posted here for reference only
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