AMETHYST FROM LAS VIGAS, VERACRUZ, MEXICO
Vigas has participated in several collection with specimens of exceptional beauty. The crystals, exhibit unique developmental characteristics and a good violet coloration. There are some notable crystals of amethyst that grouped together to form clusters of hight aesthetic composition.
AZURITE FROM THE COPPER MINE, SONORA, MEXICO.
The precious crystals of azurite found in the copper mine of Milpillas appeered in the market in 2006. From the Very beginning, the pieces were cataloged as glorious, compared to the renowned pieces extracted from Arizona, or the ones exported from Namibia.
ROSASITE & HEMIMORPHITE FROM THE OJUELA MINE, DURANGO, MEXICO
The Ojuela mine became well known internationally because of articles and comments made by the mineralogist W.F. Foshag, who found many fascinating specimens when he visited the location.
APATITE AND CHALCEDONY FROM CERRO DEL MERCADO, DURANGO.
Apatite crystals are appreciated by collectors for their lustrous hexagonal prism of six or twelve sides terminating in pyramidal forms, and also for their exotic shades of green and yellow which appear to glow with their own light.
QUARTZ FROM SANTA EULALIA, CHIHUAHUA, MEXICO
The mine of Santa Eulalia plays an intrinsic part in history; the discovery of the mine fosteredthe development of new towns in the north of the country. Practically all ofthe silver coins that were minted for circulation in Europe in the eighteenthcentury were made from silver extracted from this mine.
ACANTHITE, CALCITE AND POLYBASITE FROM CERRO DE PROAÑO, ZACATECAS.
After 500 years of mining the site Cerro de Proaño became a landmark in the history of mining. With the growth of underground mining exploration many specimens rich in silver have been found. Today it is the all-time most prolific silver mine in Mexico.
APOPHYLLITE FROM PEÑASQUITO MINE, ZACATECAS, MEXICO.
Both the City and state of Zacatecas thrived for one basic reason, their wealth of silver. Today, the state produces 60% of the national product of silver, placing it as the second largest producer in the world. This soil is riddled with veins of silver, gold, mercury, iron, zinc, lead, bismuth, antimony, salt, copper, quartz, kaolin, onyx, calcite, cadmium and wollastonite.
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