AllMinerals/JohnBetts-FineMinerals > Online Mineral Museum Photographic Archive > Minerals from India > Quartz (stalactitic growth) with Apophyllite

Search

 

Online Mineral Museum Archive of Mineral Photographs and Mineral Descriptions from John Betts - 
Fine Minerals.com and Allminerals.com

   

Quartz (stalactitic growth) with Apophyllite from Nagar District, Maharashtra, India

 
Quartz (stalactitic growth) with Apophyllite from Nagar District, Maharashtra, India

Quartz (stalactitic growth) with Apophyllite from Nagar District, Maharashtra, India

Quartz (stalactitic growth) with Apophyllite from Nagar District, Maharashtra, India

Quartz (stalactitic growth) with Apophyllite from Nagar District, Maharashtra, India

Quartz (stalactitic growth) with Apophyllite from Nagar District, Maharashtra, India

Quartz (stalactitic growth) with Apophyllite from Nagar District, Maharashtra, India

Quartz (stalactitic growth) with Apophyllite from Nagar District, Maharashtra, India

Quartz (stalactitic growth) with Apophyllite from Nagar District, Maharashtra, India

Quartz (stalactitic growth) with Apophyllite from Nagar District, Maharashtra, India

DESCRIPTION:No. 71928
Mineral:Quartz (stalactitic growth) with Apophyllite
Locality:Nagar District, Maharashtra, India
Description:Sparkling cluster of lustrous doubly-terminated transparent green apophyllite crystals to 30 mm on elongated stalactitic formations to 40 mm composed of translucent pale-gray quartz microcrystals to 0.3 mm. The cluster is fully crystallized on all sides. Collected in 2011
Overall Size:8x5x5 cm
Crystals:micro to 30 mm
Status: Sold - Posted here for reference only
Buy similar: Minerals from India, Pakistan, Afghanistan > Mica & other Silicates

 

  Buy Quartz (stalactitic growth) with Apophyllite at:

  John Betts - Fine Minerals gallery of Mica & other Silicates

 

 

 

© AllMinerals/JohnBetts-FineMinerals All Rights Reserved

The minerals illustrated on this site are presented for reference purposes only. The owner of this site did not collect the minerals and collectors should not assume access is permitted to the property based on inclusion in this museum. Please contact the property owner to obtain legal permission before entering private property. ;