Specimens of cut and polished schalenblende from Pomorzany Mine, Olkusz, Poland. These samples have an exquisite aesthetic due to their fine polish and alternating fine bands of galena, sphalerite and wurtzite. schalenblende is comprised of compact fine grained yellow/bro
sphalerite which often contain pyrite, galena, marcasite and occasionally wurtzite. Schalenblende is believed to form from the fairly rapid crystallisation of a low temperature sulfide gel. These are must have pieces for any mineral collector, supplied in a white card tray with an information label.