Azurite Crystals Forming a Natural Ring Clus…

Azurite Crystals Forming a Natural Ring Cluster

Locality:

Electric Blue Pocket, Milpillas Mine, Cuitaca, Sonora, Mexico.

Size:

5.1 cm by 8.6 cm by 2.8 cm

Chalcopyrite Crystals in Cluster with Quart…

Chalcopyrite Crystals in Cluster with Quartz Accenting

Locality:

Herdorf, Siegerland, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany.

Size: 

7 cm by 6.8 cm by 6.3 cm

Rhodochrosite atop Micro – Quarts CrystalsLoca…

Rhodochrosite atop Micro – Quarts Crystals

Locality:

Sunnyside Mine (American Tunnel), Gladstone, Eureka District, San Juan County, Colorado.

Size: 

8 cm by 6 cm by 3.4 cm

Pyromorphite on MatrixLocality: Resuperferoli…

Pyromorphite on Matrix

Locality:

Resuperferolitica Mine, Minas Viejas, Santa Eufemia, Córdoba, Andalusia, Spain.

Size: 

5.3 cm by 5.4 cm by 4.1 cm

“Here’s my pride and joy – a few years’ worth …

“Here’s my pride and joy – a few years’ worth of collecting! ✨”

Wow! What a stunning collection & Display! Absolutely beautiful. I can see why it’s your pride and joy. Thank you so much for sharing with us. 

congrats on posting the okenite. that was brav…

congrats on posting the okenite. that was brave. it gave me a good laugh so thank you for that!

😉

I studied geology for a year and minerals were…

I studied geology for a year and minerals were a favorite, now I can't stop buying them at shops and such. Its making me look like a healing crystal nut lol. Hope someone can relate. Love your blog now too!!! (Maybe seeing them will keep me from buying them.)

Thanks so much! We totally understand the obsession. They’re all so beautiful and interesting!

“Oregon sunstones (a type of feldspar) we mine…

“Oregon sunstones (a type of feldspar) we mines at the Spectrum Sunstone Mine outside of Plush, Oregon. We were there to find a stone to get faceted into two stones to use in our wedding rings. The large one pictured has red, green, and schiller (microscopic pieces of copper that shine).”

What a beautiful idea and Beautiful Stone! Thanks so much for sharing.

“Here’s all my Amethysts~! The ones at the top…

“Here’s all my Amethysts~! The ones at the top and bottom were found at one of the Amethyst digs in Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada. The two are the size of my hands, hence why the camera is so high up so I was able to get them all in the shot. The two in the middle came from two different mineral bags – one was a tray set I ordered online, and the other was a bag of assorted stones which were also ordered online.”

~Jasper (richthofen-and-the-skies)~

Beautiful Amethyst 🙂 Thanks for sharing with us.

Not my full collection but my haul from this y…

Not my full collection but my haul from this year’s gemshow! Lots of interesting Crystal’s, like that titanium coated kynite or the lavender quartz and polished petrified wood!

Beautiful! Thanks for sharing 🙂