This is a unique and large crystal from the Ron Coleman Mine in Arkansas. It reminds me of a frozen slab of ice! This colorless quartz crystal has great sharp terminations, is quite clear with inclusions, and a good size. The unique thing about this is the broad crystal faces, yet its thin overall. The opposite side of the crystal faces has been self healed and grew to have its own unique natural pattern. It is an excellent display piece with great aesthetic that will grab the attention in any crystal and mineral collection! This piece was bought direct from the Ron Coleman mine in May of 2021 by Michael Moriarty. It was from a recent find that they just unearthed. We consider this a Large Cabinet Sized (LGC) mineral specimen.
Locality: Ron Coleman Mine, Jessieville, Arkansas USA
Measurement: 146mm x 105mm x 23mm