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PostPosted: Apr 13, 2017 13:02    Post subject: Re: Faden Quartz Crystals - (26)  

Tobi wrote:
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Here are a few very small samples from the Western Cape.
Mineral: Quartz
Locality:Ceres, Warmbokkeveld Valley, Witzenberg, Cape Winelands, Western Cape Province, South Africa
Really nice small faden quartzes, Pierre. Is it the lighting or are they pale yellow - which would make them natural citrine and thus even more interesting and desirable ...?


No Tobi, Sorry, but they are anything but citrine :-) I wish! It must be the lighting.

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PostPosted: Apr 14, 2017 01:40    Post subject: Re: Faden Quartz Crystals - (26)  

Pierre Joubert wrote:
Tobi wrote:
Really nice small faden quartzes, Pierre. Is it the lighting or are they pale yellow - which would make them natural citrine and thus even more interesting and desirable ...?
No Tobi, Sorry, but they are anything but citrine :-) I wish! It must be the lighting.
Don't worry, they are really good even without colour!
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