Boulangerite, Quartz

Stari Trg Mine, Trepca Complex, Mitrova Dist.
Size: 13.8x7.5x5.4 cm
Contact us for more information

Nice specimen of colourless quartz crystals protruding through silvery boulangerite hairs in a dense mat from the classic Kosovo locality. Boulangerite is an uncommon sulfosalt mineral, lead antimony sulfide, that occurs in hydrothermal veins. A great example from a historic mining region!

Note: All prices are in Canadian dollars (CAD). International customers are charged in CAD, exchange rate is calculated automatically by your bank/paypal upon checkout.

cross-circle linkedin facebook pinterest youtube rss twitter instagram facebook-blank rss-blank linkedin-blank pinterest youtube twitter instagram