Dims: 0.8" x 0.3" x 0.2"
Wt: 1.9 g
Sceptre Claim, Emerald Lake, Yukon, Canada
A singular crystal, this Canadian Apatite specimen is quite pretty, and has a special quality to it. First, it is transparent, with a few large internal fractures running along its length, and is free of cloudiness or veils. It has a small amount of noticeable damage to one termination(yes, it is double-terminated!). The second termination, though incomplete due to the matrix that the crystal formed on, is quite definite and well-formed with almost no human-induced damage. The crystal's color is a pale olive-green and it has a vitreous luster on its prism faces and a pearly luster on its termination faces. These terminaton faces have some bizarre striations along their edges. It comes with a plastic specimen box that it can be glued into.