Dims: 0.9" x 0.6" x 0.5"(2.3 x 1.5 x 1.3 cm)
Wt: 6.8 g
San Carlos Reservation, Arizona, U.S.A.
This specimen is actually a small cluster made up of one crystal that is partially grown into a second, much larger crystal. Both of them are colored the standard olive-green of Peridot, are in a flattened prismatic form, have a pearly luster, and are dimly transparent, with many internal fractures and veil-like inclusions. The larger crystal appears to have a partially-grown termination face at its base, but most of the material there is amorphous, dull-colored, and translucent. There are a few conchoidal fracture scars at its termination that likely occurred before it was separated from its point of origin. Part of its termination is sunk down to a level about 3 or 4 mm below the rest of it. The smaller crystal is incomplete and its crystal form is not as well-developed.