Dims: 5.04x3.61x1.69" (12.81x9.16x4.29cm)
Wt: 23.75oz (672g)
This cabinet specimen displays translucent yellow crystals of sulfur on most of one side. The crystals are a dirty-yellow color, and a loupe reveals a dusting of black minerals on all of the surfaces. Still, they have a vitreous luster and this specimen sparkles nicely. There are also a few patches of dirty gray translucent crystals, which look like calcite (although the origin of this specimen makes calcite unlikely). The host rock is pieces of a tough gray rock intergrown with massive sulfur. This specimen, naturally enough, smells strongly of sulfur.