This piece shows a couple of light pink serandite crystals embedded in the "back" of a pretty nice analcime specimen. So it is two specimens in one! The serandite crystals are both terminated with the largest one being particularly nice. It has small, clear analcime crystals peppering the sides of it. The smaller serandite crystal has a couple of contact points on the sides. As you can see from the back, the "matrix" for these serandite crystals is a very nice cluster of analcime crystals. As well, there are tufts of acicular, light mauve, yofortierite crystals (as in the attached micro-photo) on the serandite and analcime here and there. Pretty nice!