Elmwood Calcite & Sphalerite Statement Piece XX007

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A Zinc mine discovered in 1969, Elmwood Mine is one of the most high profile locality for a combination of Fluorite, Calcite, Galena, Sphalerite, Baryte and Dolomite.

Known for their glassy orange dogtooth Calcites, and their high clarity Fluorites with stepped modified surfaces and their signature "Carthage Corner" (a corner devoid of any etching and colouration, an uncommon characteristic known to occur in fluorite specimens from only this locale), Elmwood pieces are extremely limited in stock due to the new mining practices from the incumbent owner prohibiting unauthorized extraction of minerals of any kind.

Huge dogtooth Calcite with Baryte association and a penetrator Sphalerite from the famous Elmwood Mine. High clarity with superb luster and amazing size. Minimal contact damage for the size of the specimen.

Locality: Elmwood Mine, Carthage, Smith Co., Tennessee, USA

Dimensions: 16.0x11.8x7.8 cm

Weight: 1396g

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