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EUDIALYTE CRYSTALS IN SYENITE - Russia

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EUDIALYTE CRYSTALS
IN SYENITE ROCK

Cut and polished

Khibiny Mountains, Kola peninsula, Russia

Eudialyte is a fairly rare mineral, usually red in colour, that is used as a gemstone. It occurs in alkaline igneous rocks, such as syenite, which can be very attractive when cut and polished. Eudialyte is also a minor ore of zirconium.

Eudialyte is one of several hundred minerals that occur in the complex igneous intrusions of the Kola Peninsula - a remote area in the far northwest of Russia that lies almost entirely north of the arctic circle.

This piece is polished on one side and natural on the reverse.  It stands upright for display without the need for a stand.

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Size:  9 x 8.5 x 1 centimetres
Weight:  200 grams

PRICE: £28.00
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EUDIALYTE CRYSTALS IN SYENITE - Russia
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