Purple Apatite Cluster on Kunzite
The Mawi Pegmatite, located in the Nuristan Province of Afghanistan, is renowned for its exceptional mineral specimens. It is a world-class pegmatite deposit known for producing some of the finest gem-quality minerals. This locality has gained significant recognition for its unique combination of minerals and their vibrant colors, making it a sought-after source for collectors.
The dominant feature of this specimen is the presence of vibrant Purple Apatite crystals that adorn the surface of the Kunzite matrix. Purple Apatite, also known as Violet Apatite, is a rare variety of the Apatite mineral group. Its coloration ranges from soft lilacs and lavenders to deeper shades of purple, creating an alluring visual spectacle.
The crystals exhibit exceptional transparency, allowing light to pass through and accentuating their captivating hues, It has one damage the rest is complete all around. Their well-formed, prismatic shapes add an elegant geometry to the overall composition.
Purple Apatite Cluster on Kunzite Specification
Purple Apatite Cluster On Kunzite
(LWD) 4.5 x 4 x 2 cm
Weight: 27.94 grams
Mawi pegmatite, Nilaw-Kolum pegmatite field, Nuristan, Afghanistan.