Orange Thomsonite Very Rare, Free Standing Natural Mineral Specimen # B 6665
Introducing a truly remarkable and exceptionally rare mineral specimen - Thomsonite! This sought-after zeolite is a true gem for collectors, and we are delighted to present a stunning piece for your consideration.
This kind of Thomsonite was a one time accidental find from a road construction work. These accidental finds are very exciting because it usually consists of minerals which have very unique & different character from the minerals that are found in quarries & mines. It also a very considerable fact since these are accidental finds, their find is very limited in quantity & time too.
Featuring a striking orange hue, this specimen boasts an array of outstanding Thomsonite balls that are simply mesmerizing. Each ball is intricately detailed, with a delicate, hair-like secondary growth of mesolite adding to the overall beauty of this piece.
But that's not all - this specimen is also in superb condition, ensuring that you'll be able to admire its beauty for years to come. It's a true rarity, and one that's sure to turn heads and spark conversation among fellow collectors.
Don't miss out on the chance to own a piece of Thomsonite history - order this magnificent specimen today!
Primary Mineral(s): Thomsonite
Secondary Mineral(s): Mesolite
Size : 8 Inch x 4 Inch
Weight : 1120 Gm
Locality: Deshgaon, Madhya Pradesh, India