Dims: 2.4 x 2.0 x 1.3" (6.1 x 5.1 x 3.4 cm)
Wt: 2.3 oz. (64 g)
Many intergrown clusters of radiating Natrolite needles partly cover the base of this large hand specimen. These needles are generally in excellent condition, as the clusters show little damage, and reach lengths of at least 0.2" (5 mm). Though they are tightly arranged and too fine to study with a loupe, they likely have excellent orthorhombic form. All have a pale, creamy-orange color and a pearly luster, and are likely at least partly transparent near their terminations. They are accompanied by many scattered bits of orange chabazite that appear to have some evidence of crystalline tendencies, though not much. All of this rests on a base of what appears to be gray, crystalline calcite.