One of the larger good specimens of the finds, it seems, with a great mounded aesthetic and some heft to it compared to others here. Somewhat resembling a ship, this large specimen is composed of stacked spheres of highly lustrous and translucent, vivid lemon yellow brucite, to 2.3 cm across. Minor contacting where it grew against matrix (these appear to have formed in rather thin veins and many, many specimens i had to buy but did not post, had much contacting). The bubbly appearance of the brucite is reminiscent of fine hyalite opal. A rare cabinet piece of world class level, compared to previous finds of the species.