Here we have a fine combination specimen with creamy, multifaced, tabular Albite, metallic, pale olive-grey Muscovite pakets and a single, 2,8 cm measuring Goshenite crystal, nestled in the center of the piece. The Goshenite, of course the most important species of the specimen is excellent six-sided formed with short prism faces,- typically for Goshenite,- the more platy and colourless to pale blue varietal of Beryl. In any case a super Brazilian specimen, imcomparable with the more common material from Pakistan. And the piece is in splendid and aesthetic condition. I´m pretty sure, that a distinct cleaning would improve the piece a lot.