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Olshanskyite.
EC97AF7: Olshanskyite
The Olshanskyite from the Shijiangshan Mine was previously well-known for its quality, largely overtaking the best known to date for the species. But a very recent find has raised the roof of quality to unforeseen levels. From this new find we had the opportunity to select from the best samples found. They are aggregates with crystals, some of them very elongated and very well differentiated, clear, colorless and extraordinarily bright, with very sharp crystalline forms. The great quality of the pieces offered here, due their neat shape, the beauty of the aggregates and the crystal size, make them deserving to be in the best private and museum collections.
Shijiangshan Mine, Linxi, Ulanhad League, Inner Mongolia A.R.  China (04/2017)
Specimen size: 6.2 × 4.6 × 2.2 cm = 2.4” × 1.8” × 0.9”

Price: [SOLD]
Olshanskyite.
EP67AF7: Olshanskyite
The Olshanskyite from the Shijiangshan Mine was previously well-known for its quality, largely overtaking the best known to date for the species. But a very recent find has raised the roof of quality to unforeseen levels. From this new find we had the opportunity to select from the best samples found. They are aggregates with crystals, some of them very elongated and very well differentiated, clear, colorless and extraordinarily bright, with very sharp crystalline forms. The great quality of the pieces offered here, due their neat shape, the beauty of the aggregates and the crystal size, make them deserving to be in the best private and museum collections.
Shijiangshan Mine, Linxi, Ulanhad League, Inner Mongolia A.R.  China (04/2017)
Specimen size: 4.3 × 3 × 3.1 cm = 1.7” × 1.2” × 1.2”

Main crystal size: 1.3 × 0.4 cm = 0.5” × 0.2”

Price: [SOLD]
Olshanskyite.
ED67AF7: Olshanskyite
The Olshanskyite from the Shijiangshan Mine was previously well-known for its quality, largely overtaking the best known to date for the species. But a very recent find has raised the roof of quality to unforeseen levels. From this new find we had the opportunity to select from the best samples found. They are aggregates with crystals, some of them very elongated and very well differentiated, clear, colorless and extraordinarily bright, with very sharp crystalline forms. The great quality of the pieces offered here, due their neat shape, the beauty of the aggregates and the crystal size, make them deserving to be in the best private and museum collections.
Shijiangshan Mine, Linxi, Ulanhad League, Inner Mongolia A.R.  China (04/2017)
Specimen size: 5 × 4.5 × 4 cm = 2.0” × 1.8” × 1.6”

Price: [SOLD]
Olshanskyite.
EQ48AF7: Olshanskyite
The Olshanskyite from the Shijiangshan Mine was previously well-known for its quality, largely overtaking the best known to date for the species. But a very recent find has raised the roof of quality to unforeseen levels. From this new find we had the opportunity to select from the best samples found. They are aggregates with crystals, some of them very elongated and very well differentiated, clear, colorless and extraordinarily bright, with very sharp crystalline forms. The great quality of the pieces offered here, due their neat shape, the beauty of the aggregates and the crystal size, make them deserving to be in the best private and museum collections.
Shijiangshan Mine, Linxi, Ulanhad League, Inner Mongolia A.R.  China (04/2017)
Specimen size: 5.7 × 4.5 × 2.2 cm = 2.2” × 1.8” × 0.9”

Main crystal size: 1.6 × 0.5 cm = 0.6” × 0.2”

Price: [SOLD]
Olshanskyite.
EN69AF7: Olshanskyite
The Olshanskyite from the Shijiangshan Mine was previously well-known for its quality, largely overtaking the best known to date for the species. But a very recent find has raised the roof of quality to unforeseen levels. From this new find we had the opportunity to select from the best samples found. They are aggregates with crystals, some of them very elongated and very well differentiated, clear, colorless and extraordinarily bright, with very sharp crystalline forms. The great quality of the pieces offered here, due their neat shape, the beauty of the aggregates and the crystal size, make them deserving to be in the best private and museum collections.
Shijiangshan Mine, Linxi, Ulanhad League, Inner Mongolia A.R.  China (04/2017)
Specimen size: 8.5 × 5.8 × 3.4 cm = 3.3” × 2.3” × 1.3”

Price: [SOLD]
Olshanskyite with Andradite.
EP88AF7: Olshanskyite with Andradite
The Olshanskyite from the Shijiangshan Mine was previously well-known for its quality, largely overtaking the best known to date for the species. But a very recent find has raised the roof of quality to unforeseen levels. From this new find we had the opportunity to select from the best samples found. They are aggregates with crystals, some of them very elongated and very well differentiated, clear, colorless and extraordinarily bright, with very sharp crystalline forms. The great quality of the pieces offered here, due their neat shape, the beauty of the aggregates and the crystal size, make them deserving to be in the best private and museum collections.
Shijiangshan Mine, Linxi, Ulanhad League, Inner Mongolia A.R.  China (04/2017)
Specimen size: 7.6 × 5.6 × 2.3 cm = 3.0” × 2.2” × 0.9”

Main crystal size: 1.2 × 0.4 cm = 0.5” × 0.2”

Price: [SOLD]
Olshanskyite with Andradite, Wurtzite and Galena.
ED96AB8: Olshanskyite with Andradite, Wurtzite and Galena
Aggregates of Olshanskyite crystals that are white and transparent, with a silky luster and on matrix, with Wurtzite, Andradite and Galena. The Olshanskyite crystals from Shijiangshan, that can be considered among the best in the world, have been carefully analyzed to avoid possible confusion with other similar calcium borates. The results of the first Raman analyses were not coincident with the previously published data, so their study has been supplemented with thermal and XRD analyses, whose results are coincident with those of the type samples. For further information you can use the link at the top of this section.
All of the Olshanskyite samples we obtained in 2014 are published here and we haven’t had any more notices about new finds.
Shijiangshan Mine, Linxi, Ulanhad League, Inner Mongolia A.R.  China (2014)
Specimen size: 3.9 × 3.7 × 3.1 cm = 1.5” × 1.5” × 1.2”

Price: [SOLD]
Olshanskyite with Andradite, Wurtzite and Galena.
EC48AB8: Olshanskyite with Andradite, Wurtzite and Galena
Aggregates of Olshanskyite crystals that are white and translucent, with a silky luster and on matrix, with Wurtzite, Andradite and Galena. The Olshanskyite crystals from Shijiangshan, that can be considered among the best in the world, have been carefully analyzed to avoid possible confusion with other similar calcium borates. The results of the first Raman analyses were not coincident with the previously published data, so their study has been supplemented with thermal and XRD analyses, whose results are coincident with those of the type samples. For further information you can use the link at the top of this section.
All of the Olshanskyite samples we obtained in 2014 are published here and we haven’t had any more notices about new finds.
Shijiangshan Mine, Linxi, Ulanhad League, Inner Mongolia A.R.  China (2014)
Specimen size: 4.9 × 3.3 × 2.4 cm = 1.9” × 1.3” × 0.9”

Main crystal size: 1.2 × 0.3 cm = 0.5” × 0.1”

Price: [SOLD]
Olshanskyite with Andradite, Wurtzite and Galena.
EM74AB8: Olshanskyite with Andradite, Wurtzite and Galena
Aggregates of Olshanskyite crystals that are white and transparent, with a silky luster and on matrix, with Wurtzite, Andradite and Galena. The Olshanskyite crystals from Shijiangshan, that can be considered among the best in the world, have been carefully analyzed to avoid possible confusion with other similar calcium borates. The results of the first Raman analyses were not coincident with the previously published data, so their study has been supplemented with thermal and XRD analyses, whose results are coincident with those of the type samples. For further information you can use the link at the top of this section.
All of the Olshanskyite samples we obtained in 2014 are published here and we haven’t had any more notices about new finds.
The specimen has been reviewed, photographed and published as a new discovery in the magazine ‘Rivista Mineralogica Italiana’ on page 66 in number 2015/1
Shijiangshan Mine, Linxi, Ulanhad League, Inner Mongolia A.R.  China (2014)
Specimen size: 10.3 × 10 × 5.7 cm = 4.1” × 3.9” × 2.2”

Price: [SOLD]
Olshanskyite with Magnetite and Calcite.
EH28AF7: Olshanskyite with Magnetite and Calcite
The Olshanskyite from the Shijiangshan Mine was previously well-known for its quality, largely overtaking the best known to date for the species. But a very recent find has raised the roof of quality to unforeseen levels. From this new find we had the opportunity to select from the best samples found. They are aggregates with crystals, some of them very elongated and very well differentiated, clear, colorless and extraordinarily bright, with very sharp crystalline forms. The great quality of the pieces offered here, due their neat shape, the beauty of the aggregates and the crystal size, make them deserving to be in the best private and museum collections.
Shijiangshan Mine, Linxi, Ulanhad League, Inner Mongolia A.R.  China (04/2017)
Specimen size: 6.2 × 4.6 × 2.6 cm = 2.4” × 1.8” × 1.0”

Main crystal size: 1.3 × 0.3 cm = 0.5” × 0.1”

Price: [SOLD]

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