Nice fire agate freeform from www.mineralholics...
Bismuth Crystal Grow your own crystals.... For How To directions type in "Bismuth Crystal" in browser
Fire Agate Natural Gemstone Mineral Specimen Deer Creek, Arizona DCM012. 20 x 11 x 5 mm, 9.5 carats (1.92 grams). It has botryoidal bubble formations, areas of fire covered quartz crystals, and displays a nice fiery color.
Pyroxene, Titanite Mendig, Eifel Mts, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany / Mineral Friends ♥
star sapphire so warm
7.90 CT ORANGE/PINK STAR SAPPHIRE, BIG !! | bidorbuy.co.za
Carrollite, Cu(Co,Ni)2S4 Locality: Democratic Republic of Congo (Zaïre)
mineralists: Shiny silver Dyscrasite crystals with Allergentum in Calcite from Morocco
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Fluorite Locality: Okorusu Mine (Okarusu Mine), Otjiwarongo District, Otjozondjupa Region, Namibia. Attribution: Rob Lavinsky The pics say it all! The crystal atop is almost 3 inches and complete save for a contact in the back. Pristine on the front and sides. ..now in the Jeff Starr collection, . 7.9 x 5.9 x 5.4 cm
Quartz with Lepidocrocite looks strangely like "blood splatter" on the crystals....
Quartz with Lepidocrocite - A.lain R. T.ruong
Bismuth Geode/ bismuth that has been grown and cooled in an eggshell! Apparently bismuth is one of the easiest crystals to grow yourself. I found instuctrions at About.com. Bismuth does not naturally occur in geode form. What fun to create your own dragon's egg!