Fluorite Botryoidal on Amethyst Natural Mineral Specimen # B 5058
An extraordinarily botryoidal "ball" of Fluorite is perched atop an exceptionally rich purple coloured Amethyst on Chalcedony and host rock matrix, creating an unusually beautiful specimen. On the surface, the Fluorite is a creamy-white tone that gradually fades away to a golden hue in the middle. Despite the fact that it appears to be damaged in the images, the piece really appears to be in better condition in person than it does in the photos. In my experience, spherical Fluorite like this is extremely rare from any source, and to find it atop such a strong purple Amethyst is even more unusual in my opinion..
Primary Mineral(s): Fluorite
Secondary Mineral(s): N/A
3 Inch x 2.5 Inch
Weight : 184 Gms
Locality: Aurangabad, Maharashtra, India
Year of Discovery: 2021