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Quartz (variety red quartz) with Quartz.
EB66AG6: Quartz (variety red quartz) with Quartz
Between 1997 and 1998 there appeared in the 2nd Sovietskii Mine from Dalnegorsk specimens of red Quartz with a very different habit from the usual, elongated, crisscrossed, and forming very "sculptural" groups. Although at that time it was thought that they would continue to come out, as soon as they appeared they disappeared and they have not been seen again. From that extraordinary time we have rescued this elegant specimen in which the red Quartz is partially covered with white Quartz.
Second Sovetskii Mine, Dalnegorsk, Dalnegorsk Urban District, Primorsky Krai  Russia (±1998)
Specimen size: 17.5 × 9.3 × 6.8 cm = 6.89” × 3.66” × 2.68”

Price: [SOLD]
Quartz (variety red quartz) with Quartz.
EA62AL5: Quartz (variety red quartz) with Quartz
Groups of red Quartz crystals, elongated, many of them doubly terminated, intergrown, and forming very "sculptural" groups - a very different habit from the usual. Finds of this type of Quartz in Dalnegorsk were quite ephemeral and as they appeared, they quickly disappeared too, so it is not easy to get such elegant specimens as this one. The red Quartz is partially covered by a second generation of white Quartz.
Second Sovetskii Mine, 230↓, Dalnegorsk, Dalnegorsk Urban District, Primorsky Krai  Russia (±1998)
Specimen size: 15.5 × 11.4 × 6.4 cm = 6.10” × 4.49” × 2.52”

Main crystal size: 3.4 × 0.25 cm = 1.34” × 0.10”

Price: €7500 / US$8769 / JPY921820 / AUD$12320
Quartz (variety rose).
DE27AH7: Quartz (variety rose)
Very aerial and esthetic growth of Quartz (rose variety) crystals, a lot of them doubly terminated, with very well defined faces and edges between transparent and translucent, very bright and with a very intense and vivid color (compared with the usual color of most of this Quartz variety.
Minas Gerais  Brazil
Specimen size: 6.9 × 4.1 × 2 cm = 2.72” × 1.61” × 0.79”

Price: [SOLD]
Quartz (variety rose).
TA97AL5: Quartz (variety rose)
Group of Rose Quartz crystals, very lustrous, transparent and with an intense and vivid pink color. What stands out most in the piece, in addition to its beauty, is how sharp the crystals are since Rose Quartz very rarely presents so much definition. A Brazilian classic from the Rock Currier collection (No. 5105), whose label we will send to the buyer.
Berilo Branco claim, Sapucaia do Norte, Galiléia, Vale do Rio Doce, Minas Gerais  Brazil
Specimen size: 11.1 ×5.9 × 3.9 cm = 4.37” × 2.32” × 1.54”

Main crystal size: 3.4 × 1.1 cm = 1.34” × 0.43”

Price: €2800 / US$3273 / JPY344140 / AUD$4600
Quartz (variety rose).
TT46Z7: Quartz (variety rose)
Very aerial druse aggregate with crystals, some of them doubly terminated, with deformations and curvatures on their faces and edges and with an especially intense color for such samples.
The specimen's photo has been reviewed and published in the magazine ‘Rocks & Minerals’ on page 283 in the volume 90, number 3, May/June 2015
Alto da Pitorra, Laranjeiras, Galiléia, Vale do Rio Doce, Minas Gerais  Brazil
Specimen size: 4.3 × 3.7 × 1.9 cm = 1.69” × 1.46” × 0.75”

Price: [SOLD]
Quartz (variety rose).
MB96L3: Quartz (variety rose)
Druse of Quartz crystals with exceptionally sharp faces and edges, without the curvatures or deformation that we usually see in these specimens. Very intense color as well.
Alto da Pitorra, Laranjeiras, Galiléia, Vale do Rio Doce, Minas Gerais  Brazil (11/2007)
Specimen size: 5 × 3.5 × 3.3 cm = 1.97” × 1.38” × 1.30”

Main crystal size: 1.2 × 0.6 cm = 0.47” × 0.24”

Price: [SOLD]
Quartz (variety rose).
DR67P4: Quartz (variety rose)
Divergent group of crystals better defined and more elongated than usual in this kind of sample. Color and luster are, furthermore, excellent.
The piece is with a label from the former collection: Kern Material, that we’ll send to the buyer.
Alto da Pitorra, Laranjeiras, Galiléia, Vale do Rio Doce, Minas Gerais  Brazil
Specimen size: 4.3 × 3.4 × 2.3 cm = 1.69” × 1.34” × 0.91”

Price: [SOLD]
Quartz (variety rose).
TQ96P5: Quartz (variety rose)
A group of crystals with a considerable size for this variety. The crystals, that are very well defined, have zones of deep color, alternating with areas of clearer pink.
Taquaral, Itinga, Jequitinhonha, Minas Gerais  Brazil (04-05/2008)
Specimen size: 7.8 × 4.2 × 3.8 cm = 3.07” × 1.65” × 1.50”

Main crystal size: 1.2 × 0.5 cm = 0.47” × 0.20”

Price: [SOLD]
Quartz (variety rose) on Quartz (variety smoky).
CB99AD3: Quartz (variety rose) on Quartz (variety smoky)
Very aerial drusy aggregate of partially doubly terminated crystals with parallel growths and deformations and curvatures on their faces and edges and with an intense color and a coating a matrix of smoky Quartz.
Lavra da Ilha, Taquaral, Itinga, Jequitinhonha, Minas Gerais  Brazil (2002)
Specimen size: 7 × 5 × 3.7 cm = 2.76” × 1.97” × 1.46”

Price: [SOLD]
Quartz (variety rose) on Quartz and Mica.
TL70H7: Quartz (variety rose) on Quartz and Mica
The crystals of pink Quartz, well defined, of intense color, bright and some perfectly transparent, form an elegant crown contrasting on a matrix of yellowish-white Quartz.
Lavra da Ilha, Taquaral, Itinga, Jequitinhonha, Minas Gerais  Brazil
Specimen size: 9.6 × 8 × 7.5 cm = 3.78” × 3.15” × 2.95”

Main crystal size: 0.9 × 0.4 cm = 0.35” × 0.16”

Price: [SOLD]
Quartz (variety rose) with Quartz.
TR66J0: Quartz (variety rose) with Quartz
Beautiful miniature. A crown of well defined crystals of very deep color caps the matrix, a prismatic crystal of Quartz.
The specimen is from the Dick Nelson collection and it is with two labels, the original collection and another from the Mineral Cabinet of MaD Minerals.
Taquaral, Itinga, Jequitinhonha, Minas Gerais  Brazil
Specimen size: 3.7 × 2.7 × 1.7 cm = 1.46” × 1.06” × 0.67”

Price: [SOLD]
Quartz (variety rose) with Quartz and Eosphorite.
TA73J0: Quartz (variety rose) with Quartz and Eosphorite
Group of crystals of quite well defined faces and edges and very deep color on a base of uncolored crystals. On the pink Quartz there are small prismatic and doubly terminated crystals of Eosphorite.
Teixerinha Mine, Itinga, Minas Gerais  Brazil (2006)
Specimen size: 11.6 × 7.8 × 3 cm = 4.57” × 3.07” × 1.18”

Main crystal size: 1.2 × 0.8 cm = 0.47” × 0.31”

Price: [SOLD]
Quartz (variety scepter) with Hematite (variety iron rose).
ER90AE8: Quartz (variety scepter) with Hematite (variety iron rose)
A novelty at Tucson 2017. Aggregate of Quartz crystals with a very well defined scepter terminal growth and a rosette aggregate (iron-rose variety) of thin laminar Hematite crystals. Those crystals have been analyzed and we’ll send a copy of the analysis to the buyer. Due their similarity the samples from this mine can be easily confused with those from the Huanggang mines.
East Ujimqin Banner (Dongwu Qi), Xilin Gol League (Xilinguole Prefecture), Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region  China (2016)
Specimen size: 11.5 × 8.3 × 4.8 cm = 4.53” × 3.27” × 1.89”

Price: [SOLD]
Quartz (variety smoky and "tessiner habitus").
RM36H7: Quartz (variety smoky and "tessiner habitus")
Quartz crystal with Tessiner habit, with the typical very acute form of the faces of an uncommon rhombohedron, greatly elongated producing the piling up of the central zone of the prism which becomes progressively thicker toward the base.
Maggia Valley, Ticino (Tessin)  Switzerland (±1980)
Specimen size: 7.5 × 2.4 × 2.4 cm = 2.95” × 0.94” × 0.94”

Price: [SOLD]
Quartz (variety smoky and gwindel).
RK37F8: Quartz (variety smoky and gwindel)
A doubly terminated, slightly curved, smoky, very transparent gwindel. The special thing is that, apart from its perfection, it is on a matrix on doubly terminated, but not gwindel, Quartz. This floater was bought from Kaspar Nelly (Switzerland) in March 1948.
Etzlital, Maderanertal, Silenen, Uri  Switzerland (±1948)
Specimen size: 4.8 × 4.4 × 3 cm = 1.89” × 1.73” × 1.18”

Price: [SOLD]
Quartz (variety smoky and gwindel).
RL96H9: Quartz (variety smoky and gwindel)
Some groups formed by subparallel growths of prismatic crystals are referred to as gwindels. In this one the smoky color is not deep but the crystals are clear and bright. The locality is a classic for an Alpine gwindel.
Göscheneralp, Göschenen Valley, Uri  Switzerland
Specimen size: 6.5 × 4.5 × 6.8 cm = 2.56” × 1.77” × 2.68”

Price: [SOLD]
Quartz (variety smoky and gwindel).
RV46H8: Quartz (variety smoky and gwindel)
A classic Alpine gwindel, Swiss in this case. The color is deep smoky and it is enhanced by the extreme transparency and luster of the sample. It is free of damage because the lower side is a neat contact.
Val Giuv, Tujetsch (Tavetsch), Vorderrhein Valley, Grischun (Grisons; Graubünden)  Switzerland (±1980)
Specimen size: 3.9 × 3.9 × 1.5 cm = 1.54” × 1.54” × 0.59”

Price: [SOLD]
Quartz (variety smoky and gwindel) with Chlorite.
RC47H7: Quartz (variety smoky and gwindel) with Chlorite
Parallel aggregate with a slightly twisting (gwindel) The faces of the prism are neat and bright; meanwhile the rhombohedron is rough and matte due to Chlorite inclusions. The specimen entered the Folch collection through an exchange in 1947.
Drum Tobel, Sedrun, Tujetsch (Tavetsch), Grischun (Grisons; Graubünden)  Switzerland (±1940)
Specimen size: 5.3 × 5.2 × 2.7 cm = 2.09” × 2.05” × 1.06”

Price: [SOLD]
Quartz (variety smoky and gwindel) with Chlorite.
RB37Z4: Quartz (variety smoky and gwindel) with Chlorite
Group of deep smoky transparent crystals with a small matrix and microcrystalline Chlorite inclusions. The aggregate shows parallel growths and a very well defined "gwindel" bend.
Ritzlihorn, Guttannen, Hasli Valley, Bern  Switzerland (±1948)
Specimen size: 6.8 × 5 × 2.8 cm = 2.68” × 1.97” × 1.10”

Price: [SOLD]
Quartz (variety smoky quartz).
EM27AC0: Quartz (variety smoky quartz)
A novelty at the Ste. Marie-aux-Mines 2015 Show. Excellent example in which the two directions of the smoky Quartz crystals have been controlled epitactically by the feldspar upon which they grew. They resemble multiple Japan law twins but they are not twins. This phenomenon is seen on similar specimens from the Erongo Mountains, Namibia, as described by John White in an article in Rocks & Minerals, vol. 87, Sept./Oct. 2012, pp. 459-462, but this one has a related combo of small species, classics from Malawi.
The specimen's photo has been reviewed and published in the magazine ‘Rocks & Minerals’ on page 11 in the volume 91, number 1, Jan/Feb 2016
Mount Malosa, Zomba District  Malawi (11-12/2014)
Specimen size: 8 × 3.5 × 3.6 cm = 3.15” × 1.38” × 1.42”

Main crystal size: 2.7 × 0.7 cm = 1.06” × 0.28”

Price: [SOLD]
Quartz (variety smoky quartz).
EQ37AC0: Quartz (variety smoky quartz)
A novelty at the Ste. Marie-aux-Mines 2015 Show. Excellent example in which the two directions of the smoky Quartz crystals have been controlled epitactically by the feldspar upon which they grew. They resemble multiple Japan law twins but they are not twins. This phenomenon is seen on similar specimens from the Erongo Mountains, Namibia, as described by John White in an article in Rocks & Minerals, vol. 87, Sept./Oct. 2012, pp. 459-462, but this one has a related combo of small species, classics from Malawi.
Mount Malosa, Zomba District  Malawi (11-12/2014)
Specimen size: 8.4 × 4.1 × 2.9 cm = 3.31” × 1.61” × 1.14”

Price: [SOLD]
Quartz (variety smoky quartz).
EP37AC0: Quartz (variety smoky quartz)
A novelty at the Ste. Marie-aux-Mines 2015 Show. Excellent example in which the two directions of the smoky Quartz crystals have been controlled epitactically by the feldspar upon which they grew. They resemble multiple Japan law twins but they are not twins. This phenomenon is seen on similar specimens from the Erongo Mountains, Namibia, as described by John White in an article in Rocks & Minerals, vol. 87, Sept./Oct. 2012, pp. 459-462, but this one has a related combo of small species, classics from Malawi.
The specimen's photo has been reviewed and published in the magazine ‘Rocks & Minerals’ on page 11 in the volume 91, number 1, Jan/Feb 2016
Mount Malosa, Zomba District  Malawi (11-12/2014)
Specimen size: 9.2 × 4 × 4 cm = 3.62” × 1.57” × 1.57”

Main crystal size: 2.1 × 1.1 cm = 0.83” × 0.43”

Price: [SOLD]
Quartz (variety smoky quartz).
N9BL6: Quartz (variety smoky quartz)
From the last mining works that tried to exploit again the Quarries in Lumbrales, a very interesting Quartz crystal with sharp faces and edges, and a slight and uniform smoky tone at the top, milky at the base. One can see some geometric hoppered growth forms. With Orthoclase and kaolinized Mica.
Mari Tere Mine, Mining Group Minero Feli, Lumbrales, Comarca El Abadengo, Salamanca, Castile and León  Spain (±1980)
Specimen size: 6.8 × 2.4 × 2.2 cm = 2.68” × 0.94” × 0.87”

Price: [SOLD]
Quartz (variety smoky quartz).
VD38AA7: Quartz (variety smoky quartz)
Aggregate of very sharp dipyramidal crystals without prism faces and with the dark color, almost black, typical of these samples, naturally irradiated by uranium minerals scattered throughout the rocks of the locality. An excellent Brazilian classic.
Recruta, Vitória da Conquista, Bahia  Brazil
Specimen size: 13.2 × 8.5 × 7.7 cm = 5.20” × 3.35” × 3.03”

Main crystal size: 9 × 6.5 cm = 3.54” × 2.56”

Price: [SOLD]
Quartz (variety smoky).
DH26AK4: Quartz (variety smoky)
Full crystal, with highly profiled polycrystalline terminations with the base recrystallized as the start of a scepter growth. The specimen, transparent, bright and of a very deep and uniform smoky color, comes from a completely lost locality and is from the Daunis collection, which in the 1970s to ‘80s was a reference collection for local field collectors in the Barcelona area.
Les Mallorquines, Sils, Comarca La Selva, Girona / Gerona, Catalonia  Spain
Specimen size: 6.7 × 3 × 2.6 cm = 2.64” × 1.18” × 1.02”

Price: €110 / US$128 / JPY13520 / AUD$180

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