Miniature, 3.3 x 3.2 x 2.0 cm
Wasson Bluff, Parrsboro, Bay of Fundy, Cumberland Co., Nova Scotia, Canada
From the new find in 2007, these are simply some of the finest color Chabazite specimens from any locality. Chabazite is typically white or off-white in color, but to find rich color crystals like this is very significant. The pseudo-rhombohedral (they're actually triclinic) crystals on this specimen are a deep salmon color with very sharp faces, excellent luster and are aesthetically intergrown to form what is an overall beautiful display piece. The piece is associated with very minor pearly crystal aggregates of Heulandite and are sitting on minor matrix.