Thin sheet with growth layers that are vertical on major side of the
matrix. Reverse side has a lot of flash with very small grain mica
crystals. Matrix includes a smattering of Albite on both
sides. 3 x 4 x .8"
A chunky specimen with well defined hexagonal sheets which show
the atom structure of the mineral. Its a fairly dimensional specimen
with a spot of Albite on the minor side of the matrix. 5 x 4 x
A flat specimen with growth layers that are more vertical than
horizontal. It has a major side that show the defined ends of the
hexagonal shapes and the minor side has much smaller hexagons. 4.5 x
3 x 1inches.
Flat specimen with major hexagonal edges on the major face and a
very glittery minor side. The matrix has several holes in it.
Measures 4 x 3 x .8 inches.
Big chunky matrix with the mica jumbled layer upon layer showing
some flat faces mixed in with edges. This is desert plate size
specimen. It has a major and a minor surface as seen in the
detail page. Measures 6 x 5 x 1.5 inches.
This specimen features hexagonal slices of mica growing out of a 3D
Albite matrix. There is defined growth structure of the albite
on the major face of this specimen. Measures 4 x 3.8 x 2.5
Snow white Albite with well defined mineral growth supports the
hexagonal vertical mica crystals for a beautiful specimen!
Measures 3.5 x 2 x 1.5 inches
This is a major specimen! It features a very large hexagonal
filo dough layering of mica as well as other mica crystal edges
embedded in a large chunk of pink Dolomite. Measures 5 x 4 x
Smallish but dimensional specimen with one major mica growth growing
with the Albite matrix. The Albite has a very well defined
growth pattern. Measures 3 x 2 x 1.5 inches.
Excellent hexagonal flakes situated around and on top of the Albite,
Dolomite mixed matrix. Nice dimension and very well defined
specimen. A lot of flash from the micro crystallization of the
Albite on the minor side. 5 x 5 x 2.5 inches.
This is an unusual shaped specimen, kind of reminds me of a saddle.
The mica is nicely defined on a poorly defined matrix of Dolomite.
This is very cool piece! Measures 4 x 2 x 1 inches.
The largest specimen we currently offer on the internet. This
is a thick chunk of Albite with nice a accompaniment of gold mica.
The mica shows hexagonal growth sheets. On the minor side
there appears to be be some type of quartz. Measures 6.5 x 4 x