Botryoidal Goethite Specimens from Somerset, UK
These botryoidal Goethite specimens come from the Mendip Hills, Somerset.
Most of them show a classic botryoidal formation. Sounds complex, but it is just the scientific name for the ‘balls’ which look like a bundle of grapes.
Mineral specimens from the Mendips are very collectable currently, and people always love minerals and gemstones from the UK. Goethite is currently very popular with crystal healers, too.
They measure 10-20MM approximately and usually come in a magnifying box. It is getting harder and harder for us to find these samples from the Mendips.
The pictures you see here are representative of the products and are usually not the exact item you will receive. Where various grades are available we do try to photograph each grade – but some photographs are still on their way!
For more information about Goethite, and a full list of all of our related products, please see our main “Goethite” page.