Dims: 3.4 x 2.4 x 2.3" (8.6 x 6.1 x 5.8 cm)
Wt: 4.22 oz. (119.6 g)
A druse of small, tightly-intergrown native Sulfur crystals partly coats the surface of the chalky, white host rock of this hand specimen. Though delicate and quite exposed, only a few of these crystals actually show any noticeable damage or breakage. None of them appear to exceed 0.2" (5 mm) along any axis, and are heavily warped due to intergrowth. They do have a definite and sometimes well-defined orthorhombic prismatic form, but they tend to grow on top of each other, so only the outermost crystals have good form. All have the classic bright yellow coloration and vitreous luster of Sulfur, and most of the more exposed crystals show at least dim translucence. Besides the crust, there are several small, individual crystals scattered about one face of the host rock.