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Fluorite and Halides


$2,500.00   €2,105  £1,900.00 approx.  

This specimen is priced in US dollars, all other prices are approximate.

ID: CC12798
Glassy, vivid mauve Fluorite crystals, primarily as interpenetrant twins, are strewn over a high domed mound of Quartz-encrusted massive green and white Fluorite.  One glance tells you this is from the Frazer’s Hush mine close to Rookhope in Weardale, County Durham.  Specimens from this unnamed pocket were characteristically gemmy with a brilliant glassy lustre and superb daylight fluorescence.  Unlike the Fluorite we know so well, from the mines around the eastern end of Weardale, which change colour completely when fluorescing, the western mines produced fluorite which remains the same (non-fluorescent) colour, but ramps-up in colour intensity.  The cubic crystals on this specimen attain over 1.5 cm and some show double twinning which is most unusual.  This excellent specimen would look splendid when displayed and is a five representative piece from Weardale.  Please note this specimen is likely to carry an additional postage charge due to its weight and size.


11.8 × 14.1 × 7.5 cm
Fluorite and Halides
Frazer's Hush Mine, Rookhope, Weardale, North Pennines, Co. Durham, England

Minerals on Specimen

Minerals on specimen

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