I love how this specimen isn’t stereotypical for Michigan calcite. The surface is aesthetically covered in copper included
analcime and a later generation of calcite crystals. The advanced late stage features cause this complex crystal to
sparkle in person. This association is among the most unique type of inclusion found at the Phoenix mine. For some
reason, the majority of specimens show cleaved tips. Piece has no damage and is uncommonly large and great
for this American classic.