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  • Brad Miears

    Glassy crystal of bi-color Apophyllite perched atop transparent Calcite crystals! The Calcites are accented by Stilbite blades along the top side and smaller Apophyllite crystals down the back. A distinct green banding can be seen in the center of the 7.2 cm Apophyllite crystal. From Jalgaon, North Maharashtra, India.

  • Jessie Walker

    Apophyllite on transparent Calcite crystals, From Jalgaon, North Maharashtra, India. Measures 11.9 cm by 7.3 cm by 6.7 cm in size. Ex. Steve Neely Mineral Collection

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