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Pyrope, Mg3Al2(SiO4)3, and Omphacite, Måløy, Nordfjord, Sogn og Fjordane, Norway. Colourful specimen of fairly bright green omphacite (eclogite) with white intrusion included with gemmy deep pink pyrope crystals.

Pyrope, Mg3Al2(SiO4)3, and Omphacite, Måløy, Nordfjord, Sogn og Fjordane, Norway. Colourful specimen of fairly bright green omphacite (eclogite) with white intrusion included with gemmy deep pink pyrope crystals.

Rhodolite, not to be confused with rhodonite, rhodalite (Thompson, 1836), rhodozite, or rhodochrosite, is a rare type of garnet - although its name has not been "officially" recognized by mineralogy

Rhodolites are garnets in the pyrope-almandine solid-solution series, are approx pyrope.

Large dodecahedron Andradite (Garnet var.) with yellow-green Epidote from Marki Khel, Spin Ghar range, Khogyani District, Nagarhar Province, Afghanistan

) with yellow-green Epidote from Marki Khel, Spin Ghar range, Khogyani District, Nagarhar Province, Afghanistan

Garnet crystals

Garnet crystals on matrix / Jeffery Mine, Canada

Pyrope & Chromian Diopside Almklovdalen, Vanylven, Møre og Romsdal, Norway  Very rich specimen with dark cherry-red pyrope in garnet-peridotite with deep green chromian diopside.

Pyrope & Chromian Diopside Almklovdalen, Vanylven, Møre og Romsdal, Norway Very rich specimen with dark cherry-red pyrope in garnet-peridotite with deep green chromian diopside.

Gossular on Diopside $ 1200 Jeffrey Mine, Asbestos, Quebec, Canada miniature - 3.5 x 2.8 x 2 cm

Gossular on Diopside from Jeffrey Mine, Asbestos, Quebec, Canada

Iran. Andradite. This is a member of the Garnet family of minerals and the variety is called Demantoid. This specimen is from Belqeys Mountain, Takab in Iran and is a beautiful example of the kind of mineral specimens that are now beginning to appear in the West now that Iran is rejoining the world community.

This is a member of the Garnet family of minerals and the…

Green tsavorite garnets --   Merelani Mine, Arusha, Tanzania

Incredible deep green tsavorite garnets on graphite matrix! From Merelani Mine, Arusha, Tanzania Credit: Anton Watzl Visit Amazing Geologist for more.

Denver2011-53Garnet Feldspar Mica11cm

Amazing specimen featuring stacked Spessartine Garnets atop an Orthoclase crystal

Topazolite rare variety andradite garnet specimen

Clustered on contrasting matrix, this superb matrix topazolite specimen features glassy and gemmy, olive-green to cognac-colored crystals.

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