opalized and pyritized ammonite fossil - one of my favorite of all mineral forms.. just glorious!

Opalized Ammonite

Iridescent Ammonite fossil


Moroccan Ammonite with a calcite replacement of its cellular structure and inlaid sections of synthetic Opal



Spirals on abalone shells

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Fluorite. Often called the most colorful mineral in the world. Gives its name to fluorescence, it absorbs then emits light. It is also thermoluminesent, it re-emits absorbed light when heated.

Detroit Agate / Fordite

Ammonite fossil with a very thin opalized outer layer = ammolite, apparently only found in Alberta, Canada

This piece of our glorious planet is named "Velvet Beauty" found in 1890 in Bisbee Arizona -- azurite, malachite and copper

Liddicoatite, a rare member of the Tourmaline group of minerals.

Aquamarine with Muscovite


Ammonite in matrix

RARE Marble Ammonite Fossil Specimen from Russia

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