David K. Joyce

Heazlewoodite, Zaratite, Lord Brassy Mine, Tasmania, Australia

The Lord Brassy Mine is famous for the relatively rare nickel-sulphide mineral heazlewoodite, plus rich specimens of the rare mineral zaratite. Here are some rich specimens.

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Zaratite, Heazlewoodite, HydromagnesiteHeazlewoodite, Zaratite, Lord Brassy Mine, Tasmania, Australia
  • Item #21849
  • Zaratite, Heazlewoodite, Hydromagnesite
  • 4.7x3.6x2.6 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: n/a
  • $45.00
  • Lord Brassy Mine
  • Heazlewood River, Tasmania
    Australia
  • An interesting combination specimen. Lots o femerald green, glassy zaratite associated with white botryoidal hydromagnesite on serpentine matrix. There is one 3mm blob of heazlewoodite embedded in the matrix. Nice!
HeazlewooditeHeazlewoodite, Zaratite, Lord Brassy Mine, Tasmania, Australia
  • Item #21864
  • Heazlewoodite
  • 4.2x4.3x2.2 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: n/a
  • $55.00
  • Lord Brassy Mine
  • Heazlewood River, Tasmania
    Australia
  • A rich specimen of the nickel-sulphide heazlewoodite is thickly dispersed through serpentine matrix.