The appearance of extraordinary motion of this crystal cluster is both amazing and endearing - it reminds us of a large butterfly - a most strong and energizing one.
Depending upon your choice of display position, it's overall 8" x6-3/4" x8" and reads much larger. The largest tabular crystal is 1"x 2-3/4" x4". Singles, twins, triplets, doubly-terminated crystals, the same as barnacle and penetrator crystals, a diamond window crystal, a rainbow 'fringe' of crystals leading to a crystal cavern and a 1-1/4" x1/4" [!!] 'winding bridge' of crystals...So many rainbows and record keepers.
By the regrowth to its' milky base, this can be said to be a floater cluster, and complete all around. Natural damage, including a conchoidal rainbow area to one crystal of 1" x 2" and several small contacts are noticed in the price, but do not detract.
Preferential slight frosting on some crystals, flume-like veils to some, A+ grade for clarity and quality to others - simply a showpiece!
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