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RM2583   Doubly terminated quartz

Serrabal mine, Vedra, A Coruña, Galícia, Spain

Group of doubly terminated quartz crystals, with developed prisms and defined terminal faces, translucent. With interesting parallel growths. These specimens were collected in this A Coruña quarry that exploits quartz, one of the main mines in the world due to the quality and quantity of its reserves. The mine was discovered in 1968 by three Galicians who gave their name (from their surnames SEñarís, RAma and BALboa) to the concession and who found it while exploring these mountains in the Pico Sacro area in search of "seixo" (from the Galician: hard white rock) of good quality.


Size: 10.2 x 3.6 x 2.6 cm.
Found in ±2017.

Price: 55 €Buy
 

RM2582   Doubly terminated quartz

Serrabal mine, Vedra, A Coruña, Galícia, Spain

Group of doubly terminated quartz crystals, with developed prisms and defined terminal faces, translucent. With interesting parallel growths. These specimens were collected in this A Coruña quarry that exploits quartz, one of the main mines in the world due to the quality and quantity of its reserves. The mine was discovered in 1968 by three Galicians who gave their name (from their surnames SEñarís, RAma and BALboa) to the concession and who found it while exploring these mountains in the Pico Sacro area in search of "seixo" (from the Galician: hard white rock) of good quality.


Size: 7.8 x 4.3 x 3.7 cm.
Found in ±2017.

Price: 55 €Buy
 

RM2532   Quartz with kaolinite and limonite

Serrabal mine, Vedra, A Coruña, Galícia, Spain

Almost floating druse of quartz crystals forming pineapple growths, with a good luster and a slightly yellowish hue. On the backside, also crystallized, we can see the typical kaolinite layer of this deposit. It is accompanied by a limonite nodule that was probably pyrite.
These specimens were collected in this A Coruña quarry that exploits quartz, one of the main mines in the world due to the quality and quantity of its reserves. The mine was discovered in 1968 by three Galicians who gave their name (from their surnames SEñarís, RAma and BALboa) to the concession and who found it while exploring these mountains in the Pico Sacro area in search of "seixo" (from the Galician: hard white rock) of good quality.


Size: 12 x 9.8 x 5 cm.
Found in 2017.

 

RM2531   Quartz

Serrabal mine, Vedra, A Coruña, Galícia, Spain

Group of quartz crystals, with developed prisms and defined terminal faces, between transparent to translucent, and with reddish tones due to hematite. With interesting parallel growths. These specimens were collected in this A Coruña quarry that exploits quartz, one of the main mines in the world due to the quality and quantity of its reserves. The mine was discovered in 1968 by three Galicians who gave their name (from their surnames SEñarís, RAma and BALboa) to the concession and who found it while exploring these mountains in the Pico Sacro area in search of "seixo" (from the Galician: hard white rock) of good quality.


Size: 6.8 x 6.6 x 4 cm.
Main crystal: 7 cm.
Found in 2017.

 

RM2511   Quartz

Serrabal mine, Vedra, A Coruña, Galícia, Spain

Group of quartz crystals, with developed prisms and defined terminal faces, between transparent to translucent. With interesting parallel growths. They are disposed very aerially on the matrix partially dotted with kaolinite.
These specimens were collected in this A Coruña quarry that exploits quartz, one of the main mines in the world due to the quality and quantity of its reserves. The mine was discovered in 1968 by three Galicians who gave their name (from their surnames SEñarís, RAma and BALboa) to the concession and who found it while exploring these mountains in the Pico Sacro area in search of "seixo" (from the Galician: hard white rock) of good quality.


Size: 9.3 x 8 x 6.5 cm.
Main crystal: 4.8 cm.
Found in 2017.

 

RM2506   Quartz

Serrabal mine, Vedra, A Coruña, Galícia, Spain

Rich group of quartz crystals, with developed prisms and defined terminal faces, between transparent to translucent. With interesting parallel growths. They are disposed very aerially on the matrix partially dotted with kaolinite.
These specimens were collected in this A Coruña quarry that exploits quartz, one of the main mines in the world due to the quality and quantity of its reserves. The mine was discovered in 1968 by three Galicians who gave their name (from their surnames SEñarís, RAma and BALboa) to the concession and who found it while exploring these mountains in the Pico Sacro area in search of "seixo" (from the Galician: hard white rock) of good quality.


Size: 12 x 7.8 x 5.5 cm.
Main crystal: 4 cm.
Found in 2017.

 

RM2505   Quartz

Serrabal mine, Vedra, A Coruña, Galícia, Spain

Group of quartz crystals, with developed prisms and defined terminal faces, between transparent to translucent. They are disposed very aerially on the matrix partially dotted with kaolinite.
These specimens were collected in this A Coruña quarry that exploits quartz, one of the main mines in the world due to the quality and quantity of its reserves. The mine was discovered in 1968 by three Galicians who gave their name (from their surnames SEñarís, RAma and BALboa) to the concession and who found it while exploring these mountains in the Pico Sacro area in search of "seixo" (from the Galician: hard white rock) of good quality.

 

 


Size: 7.5 x 6.2 x 6 cm.
Main crystal: 3.8 cm.
Found in 2017.

Price: 60 €Buy
 

RM2504   Quartz

Serrabal mine, Vedra, A Coruña, Galícia, Spain

Rich group of quartz crystals, with developed prisms and defined terminal faces, between transparent to translucent. They are disposed very aerially on the matrix partially dotted with kaolinite.
These specimens were collected in this A Coruña quarry that exploits quartz, one of the main mines in the world due to the quality and quantity of its reserves. The mine was discovered in 1968 by three Galicians who gave their name (from their surnames SEñarís, RAma and BALboa) to the concession and who found it while exploring these mountains in the Pico Sacro area in search of "seixo" (from the Galician: hard white rock) of good quality.

 


Size: 11.2 x 8 x 5.4 cm.
Main crystal: 4 cm.
Found in 2017

 
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