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SULPHUR CRYSTALS FLUORITE SULFUR

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A great specimen of Sulphur Crystals on Fluorite or is it spelt Sulfur.  Excellent crystals with other Fluorite around the matrix. This specimen is fluorescent under longwave UV.  This is from an old dealers collection.  Add some colour to your collection with this stunning rock from Italy.  This specimen appears to have been repaired.

 

Location:
Sicily, Italy.
Dimensions:
5cm x 5.3cm x 7.8cm, 210g.

Sulphur: S8

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SULPHUR CRYSTALS FLUORITE SULFURSULPHUR CRYSTALS FLUORITE SULFUR

 

A great specimen of Sulphur Crystals on Fluorite or is it spelt Sulfur.  Excellent crystals with other Fluorite around the matrix. This specimen is fluorescent under longwave UV.  This is from an old retired dealers collection.  Add some colour to your collection with this stunning rock from Italy.  This specimen appears to have been repaired.

Location:
Sicily, Italy.
Dimensions:
5cm x 5.3cm x 7.8cm, 210g.

 

Sulphur: S8
A name in Middle English introduced at least as early as 1390. Also known as brimstone.   Crystals are usually yellow to yellowish-brown blocky dipyramids, with thick tabular and disphenoidal crystals less common. Also found more typically as powdery yellow coatings. Native sulphur is usually formed from volcanic action – as a sublimate from volcanic gasses associated with realgar, cinnabar and other minerals. It is also found in some vein deposits and as an alteration product of sulphide minerals. It can also be formed biogenically.

Weight 300 g
Dimensions 12 × 10 × 8 cm
color

Yellow

SULPHUR CRYSTALS FLUORITE SULFURSULPHUR CRYSTALS FLUORITE SULFUR

 

A great specimen of Sulphur Crystals on Fluorite or is it spelt Sulfur.  Excellent crystals with other Fluorite around the matrix. This specimen is fluorescent under longwave UV.  This is from an old retired dealers collection.  Add some colour to your collection with this stunning rock from Italy.  This specimen appears to have been repaired.

Location:
Sicily, Italy.
Dimensions:
5cm x 5.3cm x 7.8cm, 210g.

 

Sulphur: S8
A name in Middle English introduced at least as early as 1390. Also known as brimstone.   Crystals are usually yellow to yellowish-brown blocky dipyramids, with thick tabular and disphenoidal crystals less common. Also found more typically as powdery yellow coatings. Native sulphur is usually formed from volcanic action – as a sublimate from volcanic gasses associated with realgar, cinnabar and other minerals. It is also found in some vein deposits and as an alteration product of sulphide minerals. It can also be formed biogenically.

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