Rising up from a sculptural, natural pedestal of matrix is a huge, statuesque, mound of intergrown, brick-reddish Vanadinite crystals to 1,6 cm across. This assemblage of robust barrel-shaped crystals exhibits fairly uniform dark brick-red colour and moderate if not highest luster, although the front-facing faces are more lustrous than side faces. The back is complete and the whole piece is wonderfully 3-dimensional, like a spreading bush of brick-red, fat Vanadinite crystals. The colour is darker than most others of these pockets, but still attractive. It sits up dramatically, as if the crystals are coming out at you. Rarely do you see so much pristine, crystallized Vanadinites assembled as such a colourful and aesthetic piece! But this sculptural specimen on matrix really does impress.