Attractive, discrete botryoids of highly lustrous and translucent, bright orange-coloured arsenian Pyromorphite richly perched on matrix. The colour is due to trace amounts of arsenic, and was found in this style in the early 1990s. Pyromorphite from this classic US locale is now more than two decades old and counting, since last found. The location is now a toxic Superfund site and its mineral collecting owner has passed away. No more will ever be found here, sadly. The Pyros here have superb luster and overall the piece presents like it has a sugary sparkle to it. Very aesthetics.