• Wulfenite
  • Wulfenite


ID: CC20030
Stunning, bright lustrous toffee-orange tabular Wulfenite crystals perch on a Quartz matrix from the famous ErupciĆ³n mine in the Los Lamentos Mountains of Chihuahua state, Mexico.  Working a polymetallic orebody, this mine is most famous for its world-class Wulfenite crystals.  Three square, tabular Wulfenite crystals protrude from a yellow-tinged matrix, two of which are joined face to face, almost appearing as a single crystal.  As is typical of Wulfenite from this locality, the tabular crystals form a sandwich of tangerine-orange translucent Wulfenite between two outer layers of a more-opaque glassy orange; the two main crystals measure 1.7 cm on edge.  A striking Wulfenite with a massive wow-factor!  This specimen is mounted on a bevelled colourless acrylic base.  

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4.5 × 4.8 × 3.1 cm
Tungstates, Molybdates and Chromates
Erupcion Mine, Los Lamentos, Mun. de Ahumada, Chihuahua, Mexico, North America

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