• Willemite Pseudomorph After Descloizite
  • Willemite Pseudomorph After Descloizite
  • Willemite Pseudomorph After Descloizite
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Willemite Pseudomorph After Descloizite

ID: CC3585

A rare pseudomorph of Willemite crystals after Descloizite from the Chah Milleh Mine, Iran. Sparkling Japanese pagoda-like formations of Descloizite measuring to 4.8cm, is seen as an open formation. The crystals of Descloizite have been completely replaced by dark brown micro-crystals of Willemite. Having a later deposition of burnt orange Mimetite druse on some crystal faces of the pseudomorphs. These specimens were first noted in 2000 at the Munich show.

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Dimensions
6.5 × 6.0 × 4.0 cm
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Locality
Chah Milleh, Anarak District, Esfahan Province, Iran, Asia

Minerals on Specimen

Minerals on specimen
Willemite

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