• Quartz Var. Chalcedony
  • Quartz Var. Chalcedony
  • Quartz Var. Chalcedony
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Quartz Var. Chalcedony

ID: CC2084

A curious specimen of Chalcedony from an old Clay quarry at Beautor, France, said to have been last worked in the 1970s. The specimen is a Geode thickly lined internally with bubbly botryoidal formations of Chalcedony. The Chalcedony has a satiny luster, with a translucent light tan colouration. The Geode has an thin outer rind of white coloured Chalcedony. A pleasing and sizeable specimen of Chalcedony from the location.  

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Dimensions
10.0 × 10.0 × 5.3 cm
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Locality
Beautor, Laon, Aisne, Picardie, France, Europe

Minerals on Specimen

Minerals on specimen
Quartz

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