Epi-Stilbite & Heulandite in Julgoldite geode Rare Find Free Standing Natural Mineral Specimen # B 6669
Introducing the extraordinary Epi-Stilbite and Heulandite in Julgoldite Geode Natural Mineral Specimen! This remarkable geological masterpiece boasts a unique and captivating combination of three rare minerals, creating a truly exceptional collector's item.
The Epi-Stilbite and Heulandite crystals within this geode showcase a fascinating contrast of colors and textures, highlighting the intricate beauty of nature's craftsmanship. The delicate, translucent Epi-Stilbite crystals radiate a soft, ethereal glow, while the Heulandite crystals mesmerize with their intricate formations and captivating hues.
What sets this specimen apart is the inclusion of Julgoldite, an exceedingly rare mineral known for its striking black color. This dark, enigmatic shade adds an additional layer of intrigue and uniqueness to the geode, making it a truly standout piece in any collection.
Not only does this specimen exhibit a breathtaking fusion of three distinct minerals, but it also stands freely, allowing for a complete appreciation of its intricate details and unique formations from every angle. Its self-supporting nature makes it a captivating centerpiece that is sure to spark conversations and admiration.
Whether you are an avid mineral enthusiast, a passionate geology aficionado, or simply someone with an appreciation for the wonders of nature, the Epi-Stilbite and Heulandite in Julgoldite Geode Natural Mineral Specimen is a must-have addition to your collection. Don't miss out on this rare opportunity to own a truly extraordinary geological treasure featuring the allure of black Julgoldite
Primary Mineral(s): Epi-Stilbite
Secondary Mineral(s): Julgoldite
Size : 3 Inch x 4.5 Inch
Weight : 535 Gm
Locality: Nashik, Maharashtra, India
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