Glassy micro Calcite lays over richly colored Goethite with bands of Iron red, yellow Limonite, and silvery Hematite. This unique piece is from the Santa Eulalia mining district in Chihuahua, Mexico, and gives a lovely representation of the aesthetics of the natural deposit with complex stalactite formations joining to create fascinating shapes reminiscent of what opening up a pocket of material in the Earth would look like before the mining process.
Geothite forms as a weathering product in the oxidation zones of veins of iron minerals, such as pyrite, magnetite, and siderite. Goethite may occur with these minerals in the gossan, or iron hat, which is the weathered capping of an iron ore deposit. May also form due to the mineralization of lichen on metamorphics, granites, and feldspars.
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