Wavellite mineral specimens with a vibrant green colouration and radiating crystal forms on a matrix, the specimens are partial but still easily visible. Ideal for enthusiasts and collectors, these particular specimens are supplied in perspex magnifier boxes with an information label.
Wavellite is an eye catching green coloured mineral with a fibrous crystal habit, however, the crystals tend to form in a a radiating "starburst" pattern making the samples even more eye catching. This mineral is commonly associated with low-grade metamorphic rocks, first described in 1805 for an occurrence within the High Down Quarry, Filleigh, Devon, England and named for William Wavell (1750 - 1829) who discovered the mineral, high quality specimens are sometimes used as a gemstone. These particular specimens are supplied in perspex magnifier boxes with an information label.