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ULP-70QBeryl (Var: Aquamarine), Albite, Muscovite

Mawi pegmatite, Nilaw-Kolum pegmatite field, Du Ab District, Nuristan, Afghanistan

Dimensions: 6.3 cm x 9 cm x 5.4 cm

Aqua-Morganite with Albite and Muscovite. Aqua-Morganite crystal with distinct
phantoming of color creating a well defined zoning. The crystal itself is in excellent condition with very glassy surfaces and a rehealed backside - probably the result of an ancient fracture in the pocket millions of years ago.

Copyright: © Kevin Ward, www.exceptionalminerals.com      Photo ID: 601808     Uploaded by: Victor Eifealdt   View Count: 149   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 574 x 410 pixels (0.2 Mpix)

48M-JQ3Beryl, Schorl

Erongo Mountains, Karibib, Erongo Region, Namibia

Dimensions: 15 cm x 11.5 cm x 6 cm

Large plate of bi-colored Aqua-Heliodor crystals with Schorl. The crystals number into the dozens and all display their trademark Heliodor to Aquamatine tip coloration. Almost all are perfectly terminated and with very glassy surfaces. They range from translucent to gemmy. From the Erongo Mountains, Namibia, SW Africa.
Copyright: © Kevin Ward, www.exceptionalminerals.com      Photo ID: 601801     Uploaded by: Victor Eifealdt   View Count: 112   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 498 x 559 pixels (0.3 Mpix)

NJJ-84MBeryl (Var: Emerald), Calcite

Muzo Mine, Muzo Municipality, Vasquez-Yacopí mining district, Boyacá Department, Colombia

Dimensions: 4 cm x 4 cm x 4 cm
Largest Crystal Size: 1.5 cm

Gorgeous and quite gemmy Beryl var. Emerald crystal on Calcite matrix. This 1.5 cm tall Emerald is super gemmy and glows with an incredible grassy green coloration. The top termination is complete and smooth and measures 1 cm in width from left to right. The vertical faces are also very glassy, allowing for a good look into the crystal gemmy interior. Ex. G. C. B. Mineral Collection

Copyright: © Kevin Ward, www.exceptionalminerals.com      Photo ID: 601799     Uploaded by: Victor Eifealdt   View Count: 249   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 821 x 705 pixels (0.6 Mpix)

LK1-VHNTourmaline, Albite (Var: Cleavelandite), Lepidolite

Himalaya Mine, Gem Hill, Mesa Grande Mining District, San Diego Co., California, USA

Dimensions: 4.8 cm x 2 cm x 2.2 cm

Copyright: © Kevin Ward, www.exceptionalminerals.com      Photo ID: 601495     Uploaded by: Victor Eifealdt   View Count: 94   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 272 x 499 pixels (0.1 Mpix)

AX3-HTWBeryl (Var: Aquamarine), Quartz, Albite

Shigar District, Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan

Dimensions: 8 cm x 8.2 cm x 5 cm

Beryl var. Aquamarine sitting in Quartz with Albite

Vividly blue crystal of Beryl var. Aquamarine sitting in Quartz with Albite! A stunning xl which is every bit as gemmy as it is blue. Both the Aqua and Quartz are fully terminated! From Shigar, Skardu District, Northern Areas of Pakistan. Measures 8 cm by 8.2 cm by 5 cm in size.
Copyright: © Kevin Ward, www.exceptionalminerals.com      Photo ID: 601492     Uploaded by: Victor Eifealdt   View Count: 144   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 496 x 527 pixels (0.3 Mpix)
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