• Cuprian Adamite
  • Cuprian Adamite
  • Cuprian Adamite

Cuprian Adamite

ID: CC2359

A lustrous green specimen of Cuprian Adamite with crystals measuring to 0.6cm. The single crystals and intergrown clusters richly adorn the display face of the specimen. The Adamites are the curved terminated habit - a much sort after crystal form from the Tsumeb Mine - with translucent emerald green colour and bright lustre. The crystals have grown on a thin yellow green mineral which itself covers minutely botryoidal brown possible Beudantite. An excellent specimen of Cuprian Adamite from one of very few location for classic Adamite.

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5.7 × 3.8 × 2.0 cm
Tsumeb Mine, Tsumeb, Otjikoto Region, Namibia, Africa

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