Brookite tower, This striking brookite from the Kharan mountains of Pakistan is one such example. It comes from one of the incredibly exciting finds of brookite circa, which produced some of the finest examples of the species.
A striking, 6 cm, gem-clear, mahogany-colored brookite blade with many other perfect Brookite, hourglass-like clusters beautifully nestled within a cluster of water-clear quartz plate, The brookite crystals stand proudly with each other face-on and upright on a beautiful cluster of perfect Quartz matrix .
This allows us to savor its excellent shape—a characteristically thin, tabular form with linear striations; its lavish, red-brown, mahogany color; and great translucency. It also has black lines and an hourglass-shaped inclusion that is characteristic of the find.
Those who see it are often surprised and delighted to find it to be nature’s own optical illusion. The symmetry of the crystals is mirrored by the symmetry of their matrix. The texture and color juxtapose the sleek and elegant crystal for a dynamic display that would look great in any collection.