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Dolomite Mineral Bed 420mm


Regular Price: £292.00

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Dolomite Mineral Bed set onto a clear acrylic stand which sets off the bright green Malachite crystals and the crystal growth of the saddle-shaped dolomite very well. The mineral dolomite first described by Carl Linnaeus and named after the Dolomite Alps of Northern Italy.

Type: Tabular crystals, often with curved faces, also columnar, stalactitic, granular.
Formula: CaMg(CO3)2
Age: Unknown
Origin: Bou Bekker, Toussit, Touissit District, Oujda-Angad Province, Oriental Region. Morocco

Mineral bed dimensions.
Height: 23.3 cm
Width: 42.0 cm
Depth: 7.3 cm

Mineral weight: 5.708 Kg

Dolomite bed on acrylic stand dimensions.
Height: 26.5 cm
Width: 42.0 cm
Depth: 12.0 cm

On stand weight: 6.232 Kg

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Dolomite Mineral Bed 420mm in width and of a good form of bright green Malachite crystals over a dolomite mineral bed. The bright green crystals overlaid with a water clear selenite creates a very good feature, the bed busy with the unique saddle-backed crystal form of the dolomite. The whole set on a clear acrylic stand creates an interesting and decorative statement.

Dolomite is a calcium magnesium carbonate. It is the primary component of the sedimentary rock known as dolostone along with the metamorphic rock dolomitic marble. Dolomite is found in sedimentary basins worldwide and it is thought to form by the post-depositional alteration. Dolomite has a unique saddle-shaped crystal growth pattern, made up of calcium magnesium carbonate and most likely exists in sedimentary or metamorphic rocks.

Additional Information

Age Jurassic
Origin Morocco