• Minerals : Vesuvianite
    Dimensions : (13.18×6.92) mm for the central crystal et (14.87×11.27×8.37) mm for matrix
    Weight : 2g
    Treatment : None
    Origin : Mine Jeffrey, Asbestos, Québec
    Information : The main crystal is opaque to direct light . This is due to multiple inclusions and internal fractures . The structure has small transparent green bitermine vesuvianite and is not fractured.

  • Minerals : Vesuvianite
    Dimensions : (7.98×6.21) mm for the biggest crystal and (19.44×12.26×9.56) mm for matrix
    Weight : 3g
    Treatment : None
    Origin : Jeffrey mine, Asbestos, Québec
    Information :
    The master crystal of this matrix has a very slight yellowish tint and is without inclusion. In addition, the basis of the matrix contains a higher magnesium concentration giving it a purple color.

  • Minerals: Vesuvianite
    Dimensions: (21.07×27.68×10.43) mm
    Weight: 9.87g
    Origin: Jeffrey Mine, Asbestos, Quebec
    Information: This matrix has an aggregate of green tips with a slight yellowish tint. The crystallization thereof is performed in a pocket because the rest of the matrix is only an aggregate of microcrystals.

  • Minerals: Vesuvianite
    Dimensions: (15.07×17.38×14.15) mm
    Weight: 4.21g
    Origin: Jeffrey Mine, Asbestos, Quebec
    Information: Most of the crystalization of this formation does not contain manganese, but as its base contains many, this matrix therefore has a purplish hue.

  • Minerals: Vesuvianite
    Dimensions: (7.69×6.63×16.04) mm
    Weight: 1.87g
    Origin: Jeffrey Mine, Asbestos, Quebec
    Information: This crystal is free of inclusion, but has internal fractures perpendicular to the growth axis.

  • Minerals: Vesuvianite
    Dimensions: (12.73×19.96×14.1) mm
    Weight: 1.36g
    Origin: Jeffrey Mine, Asbestos, Quebec
    Information: There is moderate presence of manganese in the entire structure of the crystal and all its mineral endings are biterminated type.

  • Minerals: Vesuvianite
    Dimensions: (11.10×9.18×7.82) mm
    Weight: 1.29g
    Origin: Jeffrey Mine, Asbestos, Quebec
    Information: There is significant presence of chromium in the crystals. The rear part of crystalline formations of this matrix is not crystallized.

  • Minerals: Vesuvianite
    Dimensions: (10.06×9.65×10.66) mm
    Weight: 2.74g
    Origin: Jeffrey Mine, Asbestos, Quebec
    Information: This crystal contains multiple internal irregularities that make it quite opaque. Internal fractures caused by external constraints have no director orientation.

  • Minerals: Vesuvianite
    Dimensions: The left crystal (7.15×7.25×8.24) mm, the right crystal (3.98×4.39×13.14) mm
    Weight: Total 1.32g
    Origin: Jeffrey Mine, Asbestos, Quebec
    Information: The purple crystal has several internal fractures making it opaque to light while the green crystal contains a small portion of manganese at its base giving it a pinkish color.

  • Minerals: Vesuvianite
    Dimensions: (9.58×8.78×16.63) mm
    Weight: 3.22g
    Origin: Jeffrey Mine, Asbestos, Quebec
    Information: The external crystallization of stone is perfect. However, the crystal is opaque to light due to internal fractures caused by growth stresses during its formation.

  • Minerals: Vesuvianite
    Dimensions: (23.47×16.68×12.74) mm
    Weight: 5.54g
    Origin: Jeffrey Mine, Asbestos, Quebec
    Information: This matrix is the result of growth in a pocket of dense vesuvianite deposit.

  • Minerals: Vesuvianite
    Dimensions: (13.63×11.52×18.28) mm
    Weight: 4.94g
    Origin: Jeffrey Mine, Asbestos, Quebec
    Information: This crystal is biterminated, but one of its ends is slightly fractured.