Cozzo Disi Mine, Casteltermini, Agrigento Province, Sicily, Italy
7,5×6,2×5,2 cm. (longest Sulphur 3,7 cm.)
From this classic and famous italian mine, definitely closed in 1988 and well known for producing the most beautiful Sulphur specimens in the world, a wonderful group of Sulphur crystals, three of which bi-terminated, well assembled on a crystallized Aragonite matrix with Bitumen, also included. All crystals have excellent luster and definition with intense yellow color and a translucent to transparent appearance. Very nice specimen.