Dims: 2.19x1.95x1.83in (5.57x4.95x4.66cm)
Wt: 4.98oz (141.3g)
Rogerley Mine, England
This is not a very pretty fluorite specimen. While the crystals are transparent and have a rather unique green color with the slightest hint of blue, they have a moderate amount of damage and internal fractures causing an often milky appearance, plus the underlying matrix is mottled gray. Several of the fluorite crystals have a coating of this gray mineral, which I believe to be a dirty quartz crystal druze. Under long-wave ultraviolet, the specimen comes to life with a bright blue fluorescence typical of Rogerly fluorites.