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A range of fascinating  explorations from private collections


Opal Pseudomorph of Glauberite 2,120 cts White Cliffs, Australia

A very special, exceptionally rare collectors piece.

Glauberite, replaced by Calcite and then Opalized.

Very few were ever found, most were cut into gems.

Known in the trade as opal pineapples.

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Imilac Pallasite Meteorite 

Pallasite meteorites are the rarest of all types and consist of

Iron and translucent crystalline Olivine (Peridot) that are theorized to have originated at the Core Mantle boundary of protoplanets destroyed during the formation of our solar system 4.6 billion years ago.

It was initially found in 1822 in the Atacama Desert of Chile.  
One of the Big Three stable Pallasite meteorites, many quickly rust away due to the nature of their non-terrestrial iron. The stability and stunning translucent Olivine makes Imilac among the most sought-after meteorites among collectors.

~Sold, but beautiful~

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Gem Dark based Opalized Belemnite
111cts - 22.2 Grams

 Location: Coober Pedy, South Australia

Very rare Cephalopod fossil, inclusion free on the inside.



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Dark-base Opalized Fossil Clam Shell

 44.2 carats - 8.84 grams

Location: Coober Pedy, South Australia

Details: Multiple gem color bars reveal galaxies of color.


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Gem White based Pinfire Opalized Clam Shell

 Location: Coober Pedy, South Australia

Prepared on one side, natural on the reverse.

76 cts - 15.2 grams


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Primary minerals: Quartz

Secondary minerals: Minor Calcite

Dimensions: 3 cm tall, 1 cm wide

Location: Jeffrey Quarry, Jeffrey, Pulaski Co., Arkansas, USA

Details & Highlights: Rock Currier Collection No. 3818 

What appears to me a tether to the underworld is actually thread that connects to a small yellow circular specimen label, a signature identifier of many smaller pieces in the Rock H. Currier Collection. It makes an occasional facet pop yellow at the right angle. I enjoy this expression of the simultaneity of presence and absence, a tribute to the extended influence of work done well on future people that may never have had the opportunity to know its initial creator. People like Rock H. Currier, R.A. (Allan Lang) Langheinrich and K.C. Pandey who found ways to embrace their love for rocks, minerals and fossils and share their life's work with the world.

Studio Mineralia Private Collection

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Primary minerals: Heulandite and Blue Chalcedony

Matrix: Basalt 

Dimensions: 6"x8" total matrix size, 'large cabinet'

Location: Maharashtra, India

Year of discovery: 2018

Details & Highlights: Two windows provide ample light in this airy blue Chalcedony geode containing a single Heulandite crystal of exceptional  termination and clarity

Featured in the video for "Good Time" by JW__Francis on Sunday Best Records

A 1 in 10,000 piece.  Private Collection

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Primary minerals: Amethyst

Secondary minerals: Hematite

Dimensions: 2.5"x3.5" total size, main crystal ~2 inches

Location: Purple 💜 Mine, South Carolina, USA

Year of discovery: 2018

Details & Highlights: Hematite-included over-hyphenated Amethyst A spectacular piece of double-terminated Hematite-included over-hyphenated Amethyst on matrix from a legendary pocket at the Purple 💜 Mine. This private location in South Carolina was the spot Bryan Major @thecrystalcollector discovered a huge pocket of stunning, lustrous, museum-grade amethyst with nail polish red splashes of Hematite. Note the phantom growth visible in each crystal in the video. Studio Mineralia was lucky enough to be there when it made its public debut and procured this directly from Bryan. 

Studio Mineralia Private Collection