New Spanish Minerals update with 18 nice mineral specimens from different spanish localities. Mainly specimens from the northern areas of Spain but you will find a few mineral specimens from the south and central Spain. Enjoy!
Several localities of Asturias, Spain:
A few fluorites with barite or calcite from the famous Emilio Mine.
La Moscona Mine specimens. Including a rare dark blue one with blue and yellow phantoms in some of its crystals, etc.
La Viesca, La Collada dark blue and ligh blue specimens.
Fluorite specimens from Corta la Sirena, La Collada de Atras. Including one cabinet size specimen featuring the uncommon green coloured crystals.
A limonite ps. of goethite from Trinidad Mine, Malaga.
Sometimes two humble minerals like calcite and arsenopyrite combine to make an authentic piece of art. In its size is one of my favourites specimens from the famous Panasqueira Mines. It reminds me two the Moai sculptures, monolithic human figures carved by the Rapa Nui people from rock on the Chilean Polynesian island of Easter Island between the years 1250 and 1500. Apart from that, the crystallization of the main arsenopyrite crystals is gorgeous. 4.6 x 2.5 x 2 cm. Panasqueira Mines, Portugal. Price on request.