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ID: CC19288
A super inky-blue Fluorite from the Castleton district in Derbyshire, England, an area most famous for the variety of Fluorite know as ‘Blue John’.  The Fluorite in this specimen is actually a translucent milky-grey, typical of many Derbyshire localities, but with a surface coating of deep indigo, inky blue. The sharp intergrown cubic-crystals measure up to 2.4 cm on edge.  A lovely Derbyshire Fluorite.

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7.6 × 5.6 × 2.5 cm
Fluorite and Halides
Castleton, Derbyshire, England, Europe

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