Several botryoidal, lilac clusters of cubed Fluorite, accompanied by tiny, hexagonal and glassy Apatite crystals from the famous Saxonian locale Sauberg Mine of Ehrenfriedersdorf. Both species here are superbly defined, sharp edged and highly lustrous. The Fluorite has only minor edge wear. Relatively uncommon material from the since several decades abandoned locality. Note: Although "E-dorf" Fluorites are not that large and attractive as many of their Saxonian "cousins" they are way more rare and desired like all of them.