Small Cabinet, 8.1 x 5.0 x 2.5 cm
Mont St.-Sauveur, Quebec, Canada
This is a tremendously rich specimen infused with graphite as freestanding crystals and as veins showing in the calcite. It is REALLY REALLY rich with graphite - more than any other piece here. It has sharp METALLIC, brilliantly lustrous crystals to a whopping 1.2 cm embedded in matrix and to 1 cm freestanding. So rich and bright atop, it is hard to photograph accurately...better in person. One of the richest specimens in the find! Graph07 is on a different matrix (amphibole/titanite/wollastonite we think) these came from another place slightly down the road from the locality that the others were found, but other crystals were rougher.