Aesthetically perched high on its contrasting matrix, is a flower-like spray of intergrown, doubly terminated, lustrous and translucent, brick-red vanadinite crystals, to 1.5 cm in length. Orange to yellow gemmy highlights are clearly evident along with the gear-shaped form characteristic for this pocket and perhaps more evident in person than in the photo. A secondary coating of beige, semi lustrous, vanadinite appears on the back side of the specimen but does not effect the front display, and the same thin coating on the underside of the major crystals serves to highlight and accentuate their color all the more, giving sharper definition to the lower face edge boundaries. Pristine! Complete, and BETTER IN PERSON!