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Specimens of wehrlite from Gusdal Olivine Pit, Åheim, Norway. These specimens are supplied in a white card tray with an information label and are a perfect addition to any rock collection.
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Specimens of wehrlite from Gusdal Olivine Pit, Åheim, Norway. Wehrlite is an ultramafic rock and a peridotite that contains primarily olivine and clinopyroxene (in this case chrome diopside), they may also contain non-essential minerals such as mangnetite, illmenite, chromite, garnet, etc. These samples contain rich red pyrope garnets and show visible inclusions of chrome diopside, this gives the pieces the beautiful contrast between red and greens which is typical for any garnet peridotite. These specimens are supplied in a white card tray with an information label and are a perfect addition to any rock collection.
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Specimens of Chrome Dioside in a Calcite and Tremolite matrix found in Mo i Rana, Norway. Limited amounts available. Each specimen is supplied in a labelled card tray.
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Olivine mineral specimens from Åheim, Norway, samples vary from granular to crystalline but all exhibit a bright olive green colouration. Collected by staff, olivine is a subsurface mineral which is unstable at the surface and weathers easily, making it rare. It may also contain the gemstone, peridot as well as kammererite. Available in various sizes and supplied in a card tray with an information label.
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Kämmererite mineral specimens over Olivine, collected from Aheim, Western Norway. Supplied in a card tray with an information label.
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Dalradian mica schist is a famous metamorphic rock, composed mostly of the minerals muscovite mica with occurrences of quartz and feldspar, these rock specimens are Pre-Cambrian in age and come from Scotland, supplied in a card tray with an information label.
28 in stock
Gardnos impact breccia are fine examples of a meteorite impact breccia formed approximately 540 million years ago at the Gardnos Crater, Nesbyen, Hallingdal, Norway. Specimens are supplied in a card tray and come with an information label.
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Rhodolite garnets in quartz and mica schist matrix from Southern Norway exhibiting bright vibrant pink coloured garnets in a white quartz and metallic grey mica schist with a start contrast of colours, these minerals specimens are available in 3 sizes and come supplied in a card tray with a label.
Biotite gneiss is a metamorphic rock found in Evje, Norway. These specimens exhibit alternating bands of black and white minerals, derived from quartz, plagioclase feldspar and biotite mica. Giving a surreal appearance, similar to the stripes of a zebra. The samples are available in various sizes and comes supplied in a card tray with a label.
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Banded hornfels exhibiting an alternating band feature, likely due to the original rock being layered such as sandstone, shale etc. The specimens come from Kentellen, Scotland, are available in different sizes and come in a card tray, suitable for school use.
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Samples of graphitic schist from the Pre-Cambrian Dalradian formation, making them among the oldest rocks in the country. The samples come from the Ben Eagach schist formation at Foss mine, Scotland, UK and were collected by our own members of staff. The rock contains mica and graphite, which gives the specimens their unique mica appearance and greasy graphitic texture and lustre.
74 in stock
This variation of Hornfels exhibits strong banding with small crystals of Cordierite.The samples were collected from near Carrock Fell. Cumbria, UK. .
38 in stock
Garnet mica schist from Loch Tay, Scotland, showing in excellent detail the effects of regional metamorphism along plate boundaries, the garnets push the mica crystals around it due to being stronger, the specimens are available in various sizes or as a cut and lacquered piece, supplied in a card tray with a data label.
59 in stock
Slate from Wales, famous for its use as a roofing material, these specimens exhibit text book characteristics such as fine grain crystal structure, foliation, slatey cleavage and a variety of colours, excellent for educational use, supplied in various sizes.
78 in stock
Eclogite is a rare metamorphic rock, these specimens come from Scotland and exhibit the two major minerals expected, red garnets and green omphacite. However, both minerals appear to be much darker in colour when compared to Norwegian material. Our stock of this is fairly low now, and only smaller size pieces are available, they will come supplied in a card tray with a data label.
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Garnet Amphibolite supplied in a card tray with a label. This attractive rock from southern Norway has highly prominent garnet porphyroblasts (also known as cherry cake).
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Serpentine is a green coloured schist rock, most famous from its type locality along the Lizard peninsula, Cornwall. These specimens come from the Isle of Anglesey, have a much more vibrant colour and are available in various sizes.
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