Often, Rogerley specimens are larger with bigger crystals. But this one is cute. And of course, fluorescent. Video best viewed full screen.
Purple zoning around the edges of the fluorite cubes, cream-coloured barite. Ex John Chivers.
Group of water-clear calcite crystals 50mm tall. Ex Eugene Carmichael Collection (EWC 4218), ex Lazard Cahn (1067), noted on Cahn label as having been collected by Arthur Russell.
6085 Barite, Calcite, Fluorite, Dam Rigg Level, Northside Mines, Whaw, Arkengarthdale, North Pennines, North Yorkshire, England
Lustrous white translucent barite crystals growing on minor calcite from one of the classic old English lead mines. The barite crystals on this piece reach 1.5 cm in maximum length and fluoresce a nice cream-white...
1270 Barite, Snuff Horn Lead Shaft, Old Moulds Mine, Langthwaite, Arkengarthdale, North Pennines, North Yorkshire, England
A little miniature specimen from early old small shaft workings in the Moulds area. Translucent to clear small ‘spear tip’ baryte crystals in a baryte matrix. Specimen is 30x29mm.
1245 Fluorite, Leonards Hush, Pike Law Mines, Newbiggin, Teesdale, North Pennines, Co. Durham, England
Small glassy micro fluorite crystals to less than 2mm on an ironstone matrix. From a large hushed working within the Pike Law area. Collected in 1990’s.
0671 Fluorite, High Skears Mine, Middleton-in-Teesdale, Teesdale, North Pennines, Co. Durham, England, UK
Composed of honey yellow cubic fluorite crystals with inky blue color zone exterior edge phantoms. The specimen comes from the High Skears Mine, Middleton-in-Teesdale, Middleton, North Pennines, County Durham, England, UK. It measures 6.5×5.0×2.8cm in...