• Titanite
  • Titanite
  • Titanite


ID: CC18208
A fabulous, showy group of vibrant lime-green Titanite crystals, some of which grade to a delightful burnt orange, from Wag Alp in the Amerbach valley, approximately 76 km SW of Salzburg in Austria.  The largest Titanite crystals form an intricate open group protruding out from a platy white granular Quartz and Adularia matrix.  The largest Titanite crystal measures 1.8 cm long and amongst this group nestle rhombohedral, greyish-white glassy crystals of Adularia to about 0.8 cm across.  A showy specimen mounted on a thick clear transparent acrylic block.

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4.0 × 3.9 × 2.4 cm
Wag Alp, Amerbach valley, Felben valley, Hohe Tauern, Salzburg, Austria

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