- Nasik District, Maharashtra, India
- Cabinet, 10.0 x 5.4 x 5.2 cm
Goosecreekite is a very rare zeolite group species, worldwide and also from the Deccan Traps of India. This is a fine cabinet goosecreekite specimen from Nasik and the George Feist Collection. The translucent, wedge-shaped, milky-white crystals have silky luster and form three, intergrown, spherical aggregates. The balls rest on a thin basalt crust covered with quartz crystals.