NLC02 Silver
Linqu, Weifang Prefecture, Shandong Province China
5.6x 4.4x 3.1 cm

A beautiful and very rich silver specimen from a relatively recent find in China. 

Good silver wire specimens are not really discovered that often-- if you think about it, you have the(very very expensive) antique European finds, Uchucchacua (which hasn't produced good ones in over a decade) and then occasional, semi-oldish examples from low production localities in Colorado or Bolivia. These chines specimens are an excellent example of the species, for the price!

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