• Ludlamite
  • Ludlamite
  • Ludlamite
  • Ludlamite
  • Ludlamite


ID: CC5516

A neat miniature specimen of intergrown Ludlamite crystals measuring to 1.1cm, from Wheal Jane, Cornwall. Crystals of Ludlamite are well formed lustrous translucent light green, on a matrix of nut brown Siderite, minor colourless Fluorite with Chlorite and Pyrite. Probably from the 1980s reworking of the mine.

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3.0 × 2.0 × 1.8 cm
Ex. Field Collection, Classic Minerals
Wheal Jane, Kea, Cornwall, England, Europe

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