Constitution, York County, Pennsylvania, USA
Miniature, 3.3 x 1.8 x 1.3 cm

Commonly found in quarries or eroded out of the country rocks, the Rutiles from Constitution are often twinned. This specimen has a highly lustrous, drill bit-like crystal - reasonably euhedral, though partially weathered. You can even see the remnant of the twinning plane near the base. It isn't exactly an elegant piece, but it is uncommonly good for the area.