A very esthetic group of twinned selenite making a fine arrow shape from Kimba Gap, South Australia. The selenite has a fine luster and is quite transparent, there is some sandy color internal inclusions. This is a superbly dramatic specimen from a location that has not produced material like this since late last century. Selenite is a variety of gypsum, and gypsum is one of the main ingredients in gyprock!! This selenite has been in our personal display cabinet , but its not time to make way for something else. Please remember our prices are in Australian dollars.
KIMBA GAP, S.AUST.
142 x 55 x 23mm.