Carharrack, Cornwall, England
Miniature, 5.5 x 4.3 x 3.8 cm
Ex. Eric Asselborn; Dr. Jean Behier
Cornwall is the classic locality for this species, though specimens are rarely seen today. Here we have an extremely rich specimen with gorgeous color, and pockets of pristine crystals running through it. This has some of the bet color and richness I have seen, particularly given the overall balance of the specimen (this update is, I think, full of such unusually aesthetic pieces!). It was almost certainly found in the mid to late 1800s