- Kramer deposit
- Kern County
- 4.6 by 3.7 by 2.2 cm – Miniature specimen (fits into a 5 cm cube)
Inyoite is a calcium borate, a more hydrated version of meyerhofferite. Schaller (1916) named the mineral after Inyo County, California, where the first material was found. This is a choice cluster of crystals to 8 by 3 mm, with good transparency and luster. Such an example is rare from California, recently surpassed in quality by a find in Argentina. Good locality piece!
Item code: MS0963
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