Mineral Specimen #5207 Cerussite, with probable Duftite or Mottramite, Dolomite
Ex. Michigan Natural History Museum
A group of quite large Cerussite crystals with an unusual rounded habit with a melted like appearance. The crystals are beige colored with areas colored green with micro inclusions of an unidentified green mineral which is likely either Mottramite or Duftite. The Cerussite crystals have a high, glossy luster. The ends of the crystals show twinning. There is a druze of an unidentified green mineral which is liekly either Mottramite or Duftite.
Flaws: There is some breakage and some internal cleaves on the terminated end.
8.8 x 9.3 x 6.7 cm
This mineral is also found in the following galleries: Minerals From Africa | Oxides and Hydroxides | Arsenates | Minerals Priced Between 200 and 299 Dollars