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BERYL var AQUAMARINE with SCHORL TOURMALINE from miarolitic pegmatite at Erongo Mountains, Namibia. Crystal Classics Minerals

Beryl var. Goshenite from Jairo Mine, Resplendor, Minas Gerais, Brazil From johnbetts-fineminerals via a gryphon

Beryl (Var: Aquamarine), Albite | ©Fine Mineral Galleries | iRocks.com Erongo Mountain, Usakos and Omaruru Districts, Erongo Region, Namibia. ✏✏✏✏✏✏✏✏✏✏✏✏✏✏✏✏ IDEE CADEAU / CUTE GIFT IDEA ☞ http://gabyfeeriefr.tumblr.com/archive ✏✏✏✏✏✏✏✏✏✏✏✏✏✏✏✏

Beryl var. aquamarine from Teófilo Otoni, Minas Gerais, Brazil, 12.6 cm. tall. From the collection of Bill Larson. (Photo: Jeff Scovil)

Tourmaline crystal by Federico Barlocher

Tourmaline

Negative Quartz, pretty rare! (you can observe like a footprint of another quartz mineral inside the main mineral: this is why you call it negative) origin: Brazil / Mineral Friends <3

Calcite on Améthyst from Brazil(pièce de musée)

A classic specimen of Fluorite from the Berbes Mine, Asturias, Spain. The Fluorite forms sharp modified cubic crystals to 2.4cm, appearing to cascade and tumble down the length of the specimen. The Fluorite crystals have a purple colouration with highly reflective faces. The crystal of Fluorite also display deep purple colour band zoned phantoms. A particularly good example of Fluorite from one of Spain's classic locations.