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Jeremejevite, Wannenköpfe, Ochtendung, Eifel, Rheinland-Pfalz, Deutschland. Fov 3 mm. Copyright: Joachim Burow

Jeremejevite, Wannenköpfe, Ochtendung, Eifel, Rheinland-Pfalz, Deutschland. Fov 3 mm. Copyright: Joachim Burow

Jeremejevite, Wannenköpfe, Ochtendung, Eifel, Rheinland-Pfalz, Deutschland. Fov 1,5 mm. Copyright: Fred Kruijen

Jeremejevite The Wannenköpfe, Ochtendung, Eifel region, Germany mm Photo / collection Fred Kruijen

Black Phantom Skeletal Herkimer Diamond Quartz Crystal Point Mineral Specimen

Black Phantom Skeletal Herkimer Diamond Quartz Crystal Point Mineral Specimen

Black Phantom Skeletal Herkimer Diamond Quartz Crystal Point Mineral Specimen in Collectibles, Rocks, Fossils & Minerals, Crystals & Mineral Specimens

Jeremejevite,  Emmelberg, Üdersdorf, Eifel, Rheinland-Pfalz, Deutschland. Fov 2,5 mm.   Copyright: Fred Kruijen

Jeremejevite, Emmelberg, Üdersdorf, Eifel, Rheinland-Pfalz, Deutschland. Fov 2,5 mm. Copyright: Fred Kruijen

One of the most beautiful olive-green colored Prase Quartzes with Hematite on matrix that have ever been found in Serifos, Greece. credit: Saphira Minerals

One of the most beautiful olive-green colored Prase Quartzes with Hematite on matrix that have ever been found in Serifos, Greece, with cm ~ Saphira Minerals /

Jeremejevite The Wannenköpfe, Ochtendung, Eifel region, Germany Taille=0.3 mm Photo / collection Fred Kruijen

Jeremejevite The Wannenköpfe, Ochtendung, Eifel region, Germany mm Photo / collection Fred Kruijen

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New Find Green Phantom Quartz Crystal Cluster Mineral Specimen Healing in Collectibles, Rocks, Fossils & Minerals, Crystals & Mineral Specimens

Citrine. Goudsmidmargriet.com verwerkt mooie edelstenen in een sieraad!

Professional gemstone artists are always finding unique ways to create extraordinary pieces of art (Citrine -artist Michael Moyber)

Jeremejevite. First discovered as colourless crystals in 1833 in Siberia and named after a Russian mineralogist, it is also one of the globe's rarest minerals.

First discovered as colourless crystals in 1833 in Siberia and named after a Russian mineralogist, it is also one of the globe's rarest minerals.

Malachite replacing Azurite (1mm)

Malachite replacing Azurite, Green & Blue Crystals -- wonderful for healing protection

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