The large 17cm+ specimen features a different colored fluorite compared to the yellow greens variety. The phantom fluorite are dark purple and exhibit precise cubic phantoms within them, they stand out exceptionally well against the white quartz matrix. The quartz are sharp and clean exhibiting high luster with a unique waxy texture that I have only ever seen from this one time find that was discovered on the south African side of the orange river in Namaqualand.
The cluster consists of a quartz bed with the larger crystals all positioned and orientated similarly along the upper edge with the mass of smaller crystal at their feet. The fluorite are selectively deposited and concentrated on the back side of the large quartz crystals leading over the upper edge with only sparse presence elsewhere.
The contrast is astoundingly beautiful- the purple color is striking against the white background as is the cubic form compared to the prismatic quartz.
This specimen is undamaged.