- Mt. Cervandone, Ossola Valley, Piedmont, Italy
- Small Cabinet, 7.7 x 4.0 x 3.2 cm
- Ex. Giancarlo Fioravanti
Tilasite is an uncommon Arsenate, first identified in Sweden. This group of four sharp crystals is dusty-red in color, and the largest is about 4 mm. It is rare for Tilasite to get much larger than these crystals, so this is a very good, representative specimen for the species from this very important locale known for its unusual diversity. From Bedogne collection, Milan, 1978.