Cuprite with malachite veneer
<p style="text-align: justify;">LOCALITY: Onganja Mine, Emke Farm, Namibia 
<br /><br />6 1/2" Across 
<br /><br />Onganja is one of tlhe world's most important cuprite crystal producing localities. Onganja cuprite specimens are distinctive in size and habit and their characteristic malachite veneer. Other Onganja cuprite specimens have had the malachite veneer removed with acid treatment. These acid treated specimens have mostly not been accepted in the market. 
<br /><br />This fine specimen was part of the mineral collection of Warren Somerville of Bathurst, New South Wales, Australia. It was acquired via a trade with Robert Sielecki on 5th October 2018
<br /><br />Photo by Matthew Webb of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia</p>
description: <p style="text-align: justify;">LOCALITY: Onganja Mine, Emke Farm, Namibia <br /><br />6 1/2" Across <br /><br />Onganja is one of tlhe world's most important cuprite crystal producing localities. Onganja cuprite specimens are distinctive in size and habit and their characteristic malachite veneer. Other Onganja cuprite specimens have had the malachite veneer removed with acid treatment. These acid treated specimens have mostly not been accepted in the market. <br /><br />This fine specimen was part of the mineral collection of Warren Somerville of Bathurst, New South Wales, Australia. It was acquired via a trade with Robert Sielecki on 5th October 2018 <br /><br />Photo by Matthew Webb of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia</p>
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