Eudialyte Specimen
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Eudialyte is a precious alkaline mineral, akin to nepheline, which is formed in volcanic zones. These specimens from Ontario, Canada exhibit a vibrant pink colouration with occurrences of black iron bearing minerals and minor white quartz. They are around 40 mm in size and come supplied in a card tray with a label.


Eudiyalite is a precious mineral which forms within alkaline igneous rock, and was first discovered in Greenland in the 19th Century. Since then, it has appeared all over the world, although this specific specimen was discovered in Canada - not too far from Greenland.It contains sodium, calcium and iron; this gives it a pale red and somewhat milky colouration, while the vitreous lustre is sure to make these display piece stand out in any serious mineral collectors' hoard. The samples are available in one size, the pieces are approximately 40 x 40 mm and come supplied with an information label on a white card tray

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