A superb, beige coloured sphere of Fluorite from the well known locality for this specific varietal,- Mahodari at Sinnar of Nashik Ditrict, Maharashtra, India. The surface of this Fluorite ball here is composed by numerous tiny crystals, easily visible with magnification. Botryoidal Fluorites are rare. They are best known from this Indian locality, and from a recent find in China (purple ones). These Nashik ones have always been popular, not only due to their relative uncommoness, but also the fact that they are just plain "cool." This one, however, stands above many of the rest, in my opinion. It is complete all around, with no contacts, and perfectly round. And finally, it is nestled in a "nest" of colourless (but not perfect) Rockcrystals as opposed to the normal white relatively amorphous and dull Quartz. What an incredibly eye-catching and unusual mineral specimen, in every respect!