This Citrine Cluster on Albite with little Muscovite crystals goes under the heading “just as well I intuit else I’d be keeping it!” This is definitely in one of the most unusual group specimens I’ve ever seen. It is a pale citrine cluster with great clarity moving to a cloudy smoky on one edge (on top) with most points either perfect or a little bit chipped. The points go in all directions.
It grows on albite (cleavelandite) which is not uncommon combination from one mine in Brazil. What takes this to group to a new level is the green muscovite crystals. They seem like peridot, and, purple muscovite that seems like ruby. I just think it such an amazing cluster and it sits so the best side is up. I see this as a collector’s piece. I also just did a write up on albite. And boy am I looking forward to buying more for those customers who ask “is there anything to help me with indecisiveness?”
I will include a stand so it can sit upright to best effect. It reminds me of a bunch of flowers. This citrine cluster on albite is a unique piece and remember, I have seen a LOT of crystals!