Jeffrey Mine, Val-des-Sources, Les Sources RCM, Estrie, Quebec, Canada
Miniature, 3.7 x 3.5 x 2.1 cm
Ex. Charlie Key

Prehnite as individual textbook crystals are not at all common anywhere and the Jeffrey Mine in Quebec has produced some nice ones on rare occasion. Over two dozen razor-sharp, gemmy, pale green, orthorhombic crystals make up this remarkable miniature. The lustrous, very well formed crystals have perfectly formed faces and are all nicely terminated. The 3 mm to 1.5 cm Prehnite crystals are also well isolated in the cluster and very distinct resulting in a an aesthetic and well balanced miniature. Many of the crystals are completely transparent and others are transparent to translucent. The largest crystal sitting cross-wise at the top of the cluster is doubly terminated which is almost unheard of for Prehnite crystals! The color is a very pleasing light seafoam green. This is a fantastic well crystallized Prehnite miniature!