• Mimetite
  • Mimetite


ID: CC2641

A rich small cabinet specimen of Mimetite from Chah Milleh, Iran. Having a lovely bright orange colour from a recent new find, a specimen displaying the classic botryoidal form. The Mimetite also shows slot-like areas resulting from the desolation of tabular crystals of Baryte crystals. A very pleasing specimen in form and colour. The specimen can not be purchased by Pay Pal


7.4 × 4.6 × 2.7 cm
Chah Milleh, Anarak District, Esfahan Province, Iran, Asia

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