• Orthoclase Twin Pseudomorph
  • Orthoclase Twin Pseudomorph
  • Orthoclase Twin Pseudomorph
  • Orthoclase Twin Pseudomorph

Orthoclase Twin Pseudomorph

ID: CC6028

Light brown specimen of a twinned Orthoclase measuring to 4.4cm, which has been replaced by a granular mixture of Muscovite, Quartz and minor Tourmaline.

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4.4 × 2.7 × 0.8 cm
China Clay Pits, St Austell, Cornwall, England, Europe

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