This is a fine specimen of juicy-lustrous, wet-looking Pyromorphite from Bunker Hill of Kellogg, Idaho with a second generation of tiny crystals on one side. It has the incredibly luster you can wish for a Bunker Hill Pyromorphite. The wet, sparkling look is way better in person. The colour is characteristic of the early 1990s finds here, at this mine that is now not only closed and defunct, but a poisonous superfund site as well. So such kind of pieces are still history and more and more difficult to obtain, especially in this good and aesthetic quality. This fine piece comes with a high quality acrylic base.