Powellite Flurocent Mineral Natural Mineral Specimen # B 5023
Excellent examples of crystalline Powellite is not a common mineral, but the Nashik region in India has produced some of the most spectacular examples of the species.
Powellite is significantly more difficult to find around the world. This is a fantastic, huge, nearly 2-inch crystal of Powellite with a light straw hue and textbook pseudo-octahedral form. The crystal's ending is significantly gemmy, which is unusual for the species, especially in this size. It's in excellent shape all around, with only a smidgeon of edgewear, and it's definitely not complete at the base where it was removed from the pocket wall. Under SW UV light, the crystal fluoresces brightly.
Primary Mineral(s): Powellite
Secondary Mineral(s): N/A
1.5 Inch x 1 Inch
Weight : 35 Gms
Locality: Nashik, Maharashtra, India
Year of Discovery: 2021
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