• Chalcedony Pseudomorph After Fluorite
  • Chalcedony Pseudomorph After Fluorite
  • Chalcedony Pseudomorph After Fluorite
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Chalcedony Pseudomorph After Fluorite

ID: CC632

White Chalcedony has replaced two Fluorite crystals retaining the octahedral crystal form. The largest pseudomorph is 4.5cm across and lustrous, the other crystal is much smaller (1cm across). Wheal Mary Ann is well known for this type of pseudomorph, but this particular specimen displays very well. Formerly from the Arthur Scoble collection (label on specimen).

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Dimensions
7.0 × 6.0 × 4.0 cm
Categories
Classic Minerals, Pseudomorphs, Quartz and Agate
Locality
Wheal Mary Ann, Menheniot, Cornwall, England, Europe

Minerals on Specimen

Minerals on specimen
Chalcedony

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