Dims: 1.2x0.7x0.6" (3.1x1.7x1.6 cm)
Wt: 0.42 oz. (12.0g)
Segen Gottes Mine, Wieslock, Baden, Germany
This thumbnail specimen is mostly jordanite, as intergrown balls of botryoidal silver colored crystals. The original surface of the jordanite is uniformly coated with a brown sparkling druse of "shalenblende", a mixture of sphalerite and wurtzite. This coating has been removed in some areas to expose the rounded surface of the jordanite, while most of the exposed mineral is fracture surfaces.