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Quartz (Japan law twin).
EQ13AI1: Quartz (Japan law twin)
From a find between 2008 and 2011 by local prospectors on a not well known, until today, mineral locality. Floater and very flattened Japan law twinned crystal with very sharp crystal edges, transparent, colorless and bright.
Harrison Lake, Chilliwack, Regional District Fraser Valley, British Columbia  Canada (2008-2011)
Specimen size: 2.6 × 2.4 × 0.5 cm = 1.0” × 0.9” × 0.2”

Price: [SOLD]
Quartz (Japan law twin).
EX14AI5: Quartz (Japan law twin)
From a find between 2008 and 2011 by local prospectors at a not well known, until today, mineral locality. Group of crystals, one of them clearly dominant, elongated, with an extraordinarily flattened shape and the Japan-law twin that is very well defined on the terminal faces. It is bright, between transparent and translucent and has reddish shades in some areas due to iron oxide inclusions.
Harrison Lake, Chilliwack, Regional District Fraser Valley, British Columbia  Canada (2008-2011)
Specimen size: 2.6 × 2.5 × 1.8 cm = 1.0” × 1.0” × 0.7”

Main crystal size: 2.1 × 0.7 cm = 0.8” × 0.3”

Price: Euro:90 / US$101 / Yen:11570 / AUD$140
Quartz (Japan law twin).
EM6AI1: Quartz (Japan law twin)
From a find between 2008 and 2011 by local prospectors on a not well known, until today, mineral locality. Group of crystals, one of them clearly dominant, with a very well defined Japan law twin, with very sharp crystal forms, clear, colorless and bright with reddish shades in some areas due to iron oxide inclusions.
Harrison Lake, Chilliwack, Regional District Fraser Valley, British Columbia  Canada (2008-2011)
Specimen size: 3.5 × 2.3 × 1.6 cm = 1.4” × 0.9” × 0.6”

Price: Euro:100 / US$113 / Yen:12860 / AUD$150
Quartz (Japan law twin).
EL26AI1: Quartz (Japan law twin)
From a find between 2008 and 2011 by local prospectors on a not well known, until today, mineral locality. Group of crystals, one of them clearly dominant, with a very well defined Japan law twin, with very sharp crystal forms. They are clear, colorless and bright with reddish shades in some areas due to iron oxide inclusions.
Harrison Lake, Chilliwack, Regional District Fraser Valley, British Columbia  Canada (2008-2011)
Specimen size: 3.5 × 2.8 × 2.6 cm = 1.4” × 1.1” × 1.0”

Main crystal size: 1.3 × 1.2 cm = 0.5” × 0.5”

Price: [SOLD]
Quartz (Japan law twin).
EK36AI1: Quartz (Japan law twin)
From a find between 2008 and 2011 by local prospectors on a not well known, until today, mineral locality. Group of crystals, two of them clearly dominant and, of these, one having a very well defined Japan law twin. They have very sharp crystal forms and are clear, colorless and bright with reddish shades in some areas due to iron oxide inclusions.
Harrison Lake, Chilliwack, Regional District Fraser Valley, British Columbia  Canada (2008-2011)
Specimen size: 4.9 × 2.6 × 3.2 cm = 1.9” × 1.0” × 1.3”

Price: Euro:120 / US$135 / Yen:15430 / AUD$180
Quartz (Japan law twin).
EJ46AI1: Quartz (Japan law twin)
From a find between 2008 and 2011 by local prospectors on a not well known, until today, mineral locality. Group of crystals, one of them dominant and very aerial, with a very well defined Japan law twin and very sharp crystal forms. It is transparent, colorless and bright with reddish shades in some areas due to iron oxide inclusions.
Harrison Lake, Chilliwack, Regional District Fraser Valley, British Columbia  Canada (2008-2011)
Specimen size: 4.2 × 2.2 × 2.3 cm = 1.7” × 0.9” × 0.9”

Main crystal size: 1.6 × 1.2 cm = 0.6” × 0.5”

Price: [SOLD]
Quartz (Japan law twin).
EH46AI1: Quartz (Japan law twin)
From a find between 2008 and 2011 by local prospectors on a not well known, until today, mineral locality. Group of crystals, one of them clearly dominant, flattened, with a very unusually “closed” that give to the crystal the shape of a single crystal, with very sharp crystal forms. It is transparent, colorless and bright with reddish shades in some areas due to iron oxide inclusions.
Harrison Lake, Chilliwack, Regional District Fraser Valley, British Columbia  Canada (2008-2011)
Specimen size: 4.1 × 4 × 2.7 cm = 1.6” × 1.6” × 1.1”

Price: [SOLD]
Quartz (Japan law twin).
TA86AD9: Quartz (Japan law twin)
Very sharp Japan Law twin that is typical for the locality, with very well defined faces and edges, very transparent and bright and with an intense and uniform smoky color.
The sample is with a label of Ron K. Sohn Minerals that we’ll send to the buyer.
Tiro Estrella Mine, El Capitan Mountains, Capitan District, Lincoln County, New Mexico  USA
Specimen size: 3.2 × 2.6 × 0.7 cm = 1.3” × 1.0” × 0.3”

Price: [SOLD]
Quartz (Japan law twin).
EF96AI1: Quartz (Japan law twin)
From a find between 2008 and 2011 by local prospectors on a not well known, until today, mineral locality. Group of crystals, one of them well centered on the sample, flattened, with the very well defined Japan law twin and very sharp crystalline forms. It is transparent, bright, colorless and with reddish shades in some areas due to iron oxide inclusions.
Harrison Lake, Chilliwack, Regional District Fraser Valley, British Columbia  Canada (2008-2011)
Specimen size: 8.6 × 3.4 × 6.5 cm = 3.4” × 1.3” × 2.6”

Price: Euro:190 / US$215 / Yen:24440 / AUD$290
Quartz (Japan law twin).
EJ27AI1: Quartz (Japan law twin)
From a find between 2008 and 2011 by local prospectors on a not well known, until today, mineral locality. Group of crystals, one of them clearly dominant and well centered on the sample so, it is very esthetic. These crystals, twinned with the very well defined Japan law twin, have very sharp crystalline forms and are transparent, bright, colorless and with reddish shades in some areas due to iron oxide inclusions.
Harrison Lake, Chilliwack, Regional District Fraser Valley, British Columbia  Canada (2008-2011)
Specimen size: 6.2 × 4.8 × 4.3 cm = 2.4” × 1.9” × 1.7”

Main crystal size: 2.1 × 1.6 cm = 0.8” × 0.6”

Price: Euro:210 / US$237 / Yen:27010 / AUD$320
Quartz (Japan Law twin).
TH29AB2: Quartz (Japan Law twin)
A novelty at Tucson 2015. Extraordinarily sharp Japan Law twin with very well defined and transparent crystals. We note that the Japan Law twin, already rare, is even more rare in Alpine type crevices where this Quartz is formed. The sample is a floater with a recrystallized base.
Arun Valley, Mount Makalu, Mahalangur Himalayas  Nepal (2014)
Specimen size: 6.4 × 6 × 3.4 cm = 2.5” × 2.4” × 1.3”

Price: Euro:420 / US$475 / Yen:54030 / AUD$650
Quartz (Japan Law twin).
TF69AB2: Quartz (Japan Law twin)
A novelty at Tucson 2015. Extraordinarily sharp Japan Law twin with very well defined and transparent crystals. We note that the Japan Law twin, already rare, is even more rare in Alpine type crevices where this Quartz is formed. The sample is a floater with a recrystallized base.
The specimen has been published in the magazine ‘extraLAPIS’ on page 26, number 53, "Zwillinge"
Arun Valley, Mount Makalu, Mahalangur Himalayas  Nepal (2014)
Specimen size: 5.4 × 5.2 × 2.2 cm = 2.1” × 2.0” × 0.9”

Main crystal size: 4.5 × 2.5 cm = 1.8” × 1.0”

Price: [RESERVED]
Quartz (Japan Law twin).
TG89AB2: Quartz (Japan Law twin)
A novelty at Tucson 2015. Extraordinarily sharp Japan Law twin with very well defined and transparent crystals. We note that the Japan Law twin, already rare, is even more rare in Alpine type crevices where this Quartz is formed. The sample is a floater with a recrystallized base.
Arun Valley, Mount Makalu, Mahalangur Himalayas  Nepal (2014)
Specimen size: 6.7 × 6.6 × 2.2 cm = 2.6” × 2.6” × 0.9”

Price: Euro:490 / US$555 / Yen:63040 / AUD$760
Quartz (Japan law twin).
EP96X2: Quartz (Japan law twin)
Group of very sharp crystals, one of them clearly dominant, very aerial and with a very well defined Japan law twin.
Vizille, Grenoble, Isère, Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes  France (2011)
Specimen size: 6.2 × 3.7 × 2 cm = 2.4” × 1.5” × 0.8”

Main crystal size: 6.2 × 1.8 cm = 2.4” × 0.7”

Price: [SOLD]
Quartz (Japan law twin).
EQ17X2: Quartz (Japan law twin)
Group of very elongated and sharp Quartz crystals. They are transparent and one of them shows a very well defined Japan law twin.
Vizille, Grenoble, Isère, Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes  France (2011)
Specimen size: 5.9 × 5.7 × 3.2 cm = 2.3” × 2.2” × 1.3”

Price: [SOLD]

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