• Malachite Crystals
  • Malachite Crystals
  • Malachite Crystals
  • Malachite Crystals
  • Malachite Crystals

Malachite Crystals

ID: CC1097

An old specimen displaying excellent, uncommonly sharp crystals of Malachite from the Kausersteimel Mine, Kausen, Germany. The very lustrous, gemmy to translucent, prismatic crystals of Malachite are of a size seldom seen from a European location, measuring to 0.9cm tall. Crystals of Malachite richly invest cavities to 5 x 2.5cm in a Gossan Goethite red-brown to black matrix. An excellent crystal specimen of Malachite from Germany.


9.0 × 5.0 × 4.4 cm
Kausersteimel Mine, Kausen, Gebhardshain, Siegerland, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany, Europe

Minerals on Specimen

Minerals on specimen

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