Dims: 1.8x1.25x2.9" (4.6x3.2x7.5 cm)
Wt: 3.8 oz. (108g)
Mt. St. Hilaire, Quebec, Canada
This hand specimen is almost all serandite, although the back of the specimen has several analcime crystals of which only the smallest are undamaged, and some small transparent colorless boxy crystals which I believe to be natrolite. The serandite is the standard pink color and takes the form of a spray of closely packed crystals. They have a vitreous luster in the areas that look like cleavage surfaces (many of them), and the other surfaces are very dull, with a coating that looks like more serandite. I suspect that most if not all of the terminations are fracture surfaces - they mostly look splintery.