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54g Natural Multicolor Labradorite Quartz Crystal Specimen Madagascar LCS1027

54g Natural Multicolor Labradorite Quartz Crystal Specimen Madagascar LCS1027

Liddicoatite with Albite - Ambararata, Tsitondroina Commune, Ikalamavony Pegmatite Field, Fianarantsoa Province, Madagascar

Liddicoatite with Albite - Ambararata, Tsitondroina Commune, Ikalamavony Pegmatite Field, Fianarantsoa Province, Madagascar

Bi-color Tourmaline - Madagascar | Green tourmaline is thought to stimulate the will to live, heal heartache & help develop compassion.

Watermelon Tourmaline - beautiful crystal creations -were put here for us to enjoy, so stop being afraid of those who try to push new age ideas - crystals DO have healing in them - I have proved it and you can also

Celestine / From the Sakoany deposit, Katsepy Commune, Mahajanga Province (Majunga), Madagascar. (Mineral Friends)

Celestine crystals atop a Celestine cluster. From the Sakoany deposit, Katsepy Commune, Mahajanga Province (Majunga), Madagascar. Measures cm by cm by cm in total size.

Demantoid is the green gemstone variety of the mineral andradite, a member of the garnet group of minerals. Andradite is a calcium- and iron-rich garnet.

Demantoid is the green gemstone variety of the mineral andradite, a member of the garnet group of minerals. Andradite is a calcium- and iron-rich garnet.

Rubellite on Feldspar --- Antsira, Sahatany Valley, Antananarivo Province, Madagascar

Rubellite on Feldspar --- Antsira, Sahatany Valley, Antananarivo Province, Madagascar

Nice specimen of gemmy, lustrous, multicolor tourmaline crystals on quartz. look like jolly ranchers

Nice specimen of gemmy, lustrous, multicolor tourmaline crystals on quartz. Crystals about / Mineral Friends Gorgeous rocks

Tourmaline Slice of 23 cm! Origin: Antanifotsy, Madagascar... Very cool example.

Tourmaline Slice of 23 cm! Origin: Antanifotsy, Madagascar Gems at the corner: Photo

Specimen of the Day: Rare Vibrant Labradorite (Spectrolite) from Madagascar. Photo by: Daniel Virgadaula

Specimen of the Day: Rare Vibrant Labradorite (Spectrolite) from Madagascar. Photo by: Daniel Virgadaula Visit Amazing Geologist for more.

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