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4 specimens found
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Hemimorphite- Finger like growth
stock #16.1-628
Wenshan County, Wenshan Autonomous Prefecture
Yunnan, China
4.8 x 3.2 x 2.6 CM (miniature)
price: $475
Spring 2017

An exceptionally esthetic botryoidal growth of Hemimorphite with a rich blue green color. Looks a lot like a Smithsonite. This is in undamaged condition, has perfect wet-look luster and a coating of micro clear Hemimorphite crystals to add a little sparkle. Wenshan has become a world class producer of Hemimorphite but this habit is not at all typical, a very choice miniature.
Hemimorphite- blue botryoidal
stock #15.1-371
Wenshan County, Wenshan Autonomous Prefecture
Yunnan, China
7.5 x 4.5 x 2.4 CM (cabinet)
price: $90
Spring 2017

A choice small cabinet specimen of blue Hemimorphite from Wenshan. Very nice sparkling luster and good blue color, this is similar to some older Mexican material. Sawn on the backside, the matrix also shows layered deposition and stacked vugs of Hemi. This is a very good piece from this current, prolific find. There are several lots of these on the market so the cost for a nice specimen is unusually low.
Hemimorphite
stock #ALEC-19-151
Wenshan County, Wenshan Autonomous Prefecture
Yunnan, China
9 x 7 x 5.5 CM (cabinet)
price: $230


A rich and very colorful example of the Hemimorphite from the earliest find at Wenshan. The form and condition are excellent and the more recent finds did not have this habit. Nice blue-green Hemimorphites from classic locales can be very expensive but the better Chinese specimens are often more attractive with much less cost
Quartz included by Actinolite (Tessin)
stock #9-AE 1076
Wenshan County, Wenshan Autonomous Prefecture
Yunnan, China
10.3 x 2.1 x 1.4CM (cabinet)
price: $460
Spring 2014

From a small find made 2002 this is one of the best single crystals recovered. Undamaged, sizable at over 10CM long, with excellent luster and translucence. The upper half of this shows a distinct Tessin habit but the lower half does not. Similar to some of the recent Himalayan quartz and the classic Greek included quartz, this has a noticably different look and texture.
4 specimens found
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