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1 cm dravite

Posted by adshah  
adshah February 26, 2012 09:24AM
HI all ,
I would like to know whether double terminated dravite crystals up to 1 cm ( 100 % not transparent )
produced from Jajarkot mine could be selleable .For example photo is attached herewith
Looking to hear views from all lovers
Jonathan Levinger March 15, 2012 01:51AM
This are probably going to sell for $5 or little more but I would not talk about them in this column since this are definitely not micro crystals or micro mounts.
Rock Currier March 15, 2012 11:30AM
Yes, I think these would be salable. I doubt that you could get $5 each for them unless you sold them one by one on ebay or to collectors at a gem and mineral show. How much you could get by selling them in large lots would depend on the average size of the crystals.

Rock Currier
Crystals not pistols.
Tim Jokela Jr May 25, 2012 09:26PM
If nicely formed and well terminated, easily $5 each. But the gemmy ones would be a lot more. Good luck!
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