Cabinet, 10.9 x 7.8 x 4.6 cm
Wassons Bluff, Parrsboro, Nova Scotia, Canada
Ex. Al Ordway; Robert Fender
A rich cluster of intergrown, sharp rhombohedrons of very lustrous and translucent, rich salmon-colored chabazite crystals to 1.2 cm across. Chabazite is one of the less common members of the zeolite family and this is a famous old locality for the species. Note that the display core is intact, although there is some peripheral damage at the edges. Self-collected by Robert Fender many years ago (probably circa 1960s-1970s)