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Very glassy lilac colored cubes to 1.5cm spread across a matrix of what appears to be highly eroded hematite. There is some thin layering of calcite as well. A very curious horseshoe shaped inclusion in the main fluorite has, upon loupe inspection, bubbles of different diameters floating to make up the phantom. I have inquiries out on the possible mine locality, as the label did not identify. The main crystal is NOT cleaved, just incomplete growth. Fluorescent. Not the prettiest English fluorite but truly a unique one.

Locality: Weardale, Cumbia, England

Dimensions: 8.8 × 7.3 × 4 cm
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Dimensions: 8.8 × 7.3 × 4 cm