Spessartine Garnet with Muscovite on Albite Matrix
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Spessartine Garnet, a member of the garnet mineral group, forms primarily in pegmatites, metamorphic rocks, and placer deposits. It typically occurs in association with other minerals such as quartz, feldspar, and mica. The formation of Spessartine Garnet is closely tied to regional metamorphism and hydrothermal processes, where high temperatures and pressures facilitate the crystallization of minerals from molten rock or hot aqueous solutions. Its vibrant orange to reddish-brown coloration is attributed to trace amounts of manganese in its crystal structure.
Spessartine Garnet is renowned for its vivid orange to reddish-brown hue, paired with Muscovite and Albite, creates a harmonious blend of energies that promotes balance, clarity, and transformation. This dynamic combination harnesses the fiery passion of Spessartine Garnet alongside the grounding and stabilizing properties of Muscovite and Albite.
Origin: Tongbei, Yunxiao Co., Zhangzhou, Fujian, China (Closed Mine)
In grams (g) : 172g
Measurements: Approx 12.5cm (L) - 7cm (W)
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