Minerals from our mines make great specimens.  We mine  quality specimen minerals as the primary purpose at more than 35 locations throughout Australia. Our minerals are not salvage from metal mines, we target the best locations for cabinet specimens. Crystal world counts mineral collectors, students, universities and museums in our client base. Visit the Crystal World …

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Meteorites for sale Australia and around the World Serious collectors and beginners alike can  benefit from our activities in the field. Crystal World buys and sells meteorites wherever they fall. Crystal World is careful to rigorously comply with legislation regarding the trade in meteorites in all jusrisdictions. The arid and eroded landscapes of central Australia …

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Zebra Stone

Zebra Stone is mined by Crystal World . Zebra stone for sale Have a look at our mining operations here. Tom Kapitany at the mine. Zebra rock is a siltstone, rather than a mineral specimen, although the difference may be lost on many collectors. It is arguably the most commonly collected rock related material from Western …

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Zebra Stone

Zebra Stone is a trade name. Over the years various stones have garnered this name due to a stone type’s zebra-like patterning. The Zebra Stone name can be used for several kinds of stone.They can have a background color of grey, greenish-gray, white, brown, or tan with black, darker gray, brick, or brown stripes, or be …

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 Chrysoprase for sale A gemstone variety of chalcedony (a cryptocrystalline form of silica) that contains small quantities of nickel. Its color is normally apple-green, but varies to deep green. The darker varieties of chrysoprase are also referred to as prase. (However, the term prase is also used to describe chlorite-included quartz, and to a certain …

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Chalcedony for sale MERLINITE CRYSTAL POLISHED SLICE, DENDRITIC CHALCEDONY W.A AUSTRALIA Chalcedony /kælˈsɛdəni/ is a cryptocrystalline form of silica, composed of very fine intergrowths of the minerals quartz and moganite.[2] These are both silica minerals, but they differ in that quartz has a trigonal crystal structure, while moganite is monoclinic. The standard chemical structure (based on the chemical structure of quartz) is SiO2 (silicon dioxide). The gem has a waxy luster, and may …

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