Killa Saifullah District, Balochistan Region, Pakistan
Small Cabinet, 9.1 x 6.4 x 4.3 cm
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This is one of the more impressive and aesthetic specimens of the yellow Brucites from recent finds in Pakistan from a several years ago, because of the hot color and impressive 3-dimensionality. This Brucite find simply redefined the species for collectors! The piece consists of several glossy, botryoidal, lemon-yellow aggregates of Brucite covering a plate of pale yellow, radial sprays of Brucite. The bright yellow Brucites range in size from 2.5 to 4.8 cm across and are very three-dimensional as they are distinctly isolated on the piece. It is complete and pristine on the front and sides and gorgeously translucent throughout. The back is a flat contact face where it grew against the vein wall and came away cleanly, with those radial sprays very obvious and smooth. Overall, it's just an impressive and beautiful thing for any mineral specimen, but unprecedented in showmanship for a Brucite.