Chrome-cerussite, Adelaide Mine, Dundas, Zeehan District, Tasmania, Australia. 2 × 1.4 × 0.3 cm Description A reticulated group of pale yellow chrome cerussite crystals collected in the early 1970's
Classic Broken Hill , Australia V-twin of Cerussite and also displaying some crystal reticulation. The longest arm of the specimen measuring to 3.1cm with a creamy opaque colour, associated with orange-brown crystal areas of Spessartine Garnet. Crystal Classics Minerals
Ettringite - N'chwaning Mine, Kuruman, South Africa Size: 3.3 cm
Ferberite with Quartz (by smulaxx) #Ferberite with Quartz Ferberite is the iron endmember of the manganese - iron wolframite solid solution series. The manganese endmember is hübnerite. Ferberite is a black monoclinic mineral composed of iron(II) tungstate, FeWO₄. Read More : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ferberite and http://rruff.info/doclib/hom/ferberite.pdf
Vesuvianite (gemstone from Asbestos, QC), the most beautiful semi-precious stone I've ever seen.
CERUSSITE on DOLOMITE Lustrous, essentially two inter grown V twinned crystals of Cerussite on Dolomite from the Touissit mining area in Morocco. Twinned crystals of Cerussite measuring to 3.2cm are positioned atop the specimen, with a lustrous creamy colour, formed on inter grown slightly curved rhombs of pastel pink Dolomite over a Galena matrix.
Cerussite, Les Farges Mine, Ussel, Corrèze, France. Size 2,75 x 1,76 x 0,76 cm. Author Didier Descouens
Cerussite, lead carbonate, is remarkable for its very high specific gravity (sometimes called density, or weight compared to water). Cerussite is also popular with collectors because of its excellent crystals. Tsumeb, Namibia (South West Africa) is perhaps