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Bayldonite, a rare secondary mineral that occurs in oxidized zones of polymetallic deposits, has covered the surface of a cluster of Calcite, and provided a base for a "Little Prince" sized pair of Dioptase crystals. Tsumcorp Mine, Tsumeb, Namibia. 1.25", x 1" x 2", .7 oz

Bayldonite on Calcite with Tiny Dioptase

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