Caltanissetta Prov.
Size: 6.2x3.8x4.5 cm
Largest crystal size: 11mm mm


Here is a palm-sized specimen featuring a scattering of a dozen or so well formed lemon-yellow native sulphur crystals. Until around 1900, Sicily was the world's primary commercial source of sulfur compounds, and dozens of mines dotted the island, particularly in the provinces of Enna, Agrigento, Caltanissetta and Siracusa. Historic!

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