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RM2926   Bavenite, quartz, Clinochlore, Muscovite

Venero 1 quarry, Cadalso de los Vidrios, Madrid, Spain

Bavenite specimens from Cadalso de los Vidrios are a classic of the Spanish mineralogy and it had been a long time since pieces of this aluminosilicate of beryllium and calcium had been seen. On a matrix with quartz, albite, and microcline, we can observe several aggregates of tabular, transparent, and very bright crystals forming aesthetic rosettes, accompanied by small crystals of pyrite and laumontite.


Size: 9.8 x 9.5 x 4.4 cm.

 

RM2925   Bavenite, quartz, Clinochlore, Muscovite

Venero 1 quarry, Cadalso de los Vidrios, Madrid, Spain

Bavenite specimens from Cadalso de los Vidrios are a classic of the Spanish mineralogy and it had been a long time since pieces of this aluminosilicate of beryllium and calcium had been seen. On a matrix with quartz, albite, and microcline, we can observe several aggregates of tabular, transparent, and very bright crystals forming aesthetic rosettes, accompanied by small crystals of pyrite and laumontite.


Size: 9.6 x 7 x 3.4 cm.
Main crystal: 6 mm.

 

RM2924   Bavenite, Clinochlore, Muscovite

Venero 1 quarry, Cadalso de los Vidrios, Madrid, Spain

Bavenite specimens from Cadalso de los Vidrios are a classic of the Spanish mineralogy and it had been a long time since pieces of this aluminosilicate of beryllium and calcium had been seen. On a matrix with quartz, albite, and microcline, we can observe several aggregates of tabular, transparent, and very bright crystals forming aesthetic rosettes, accompanied by small crystals of pyrite and laumontite.


Size: 7.8 x 6.4 x 2.1 cm.

 

RM2923   Bavenite, Clinochlore, Muscovite

Venero 1 quarry, Cadalso de los Vidrios, Madrid, Spain

Bavenite specimens from Cadalso de los Vidrios are a classic of the Spanish mineralogy and it had been a long time since pieces of this aluminosilicate of beryllium and calcium had been seen. On a matrix with quartz, albite, and microcline, we can observe several aggregates of tabular, transparent, and very bright crystals forming aesthetic rosettes, accompanied by small crystals of pyrite and laumontite.


Size: 6.8 x 5.3 x 1.9 cm.

 
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