Dims: 5" x 4-1/2" x 2"
Wt: 1 lb., 8 oz
The largest of the Sulfur crystals on this specimen are covered with a thick coating of prismatic and dogtooth calcites. Some faces of a few of these monstrous crystals are visible on the specimen's underside. There is a sparse spread of small Sulfur crystals on the calcite crust. Mixed in with the Sulfur and calcite on its underside is what seems to be the host rock, likely made up of limestone. I personally would love to see this piece with the calcite removed, because I know that the Sulfur crystals underneath would be the largest that I would ever have seen!