A big cabinet specimen with few hundreds or more short silver wires on big piece of arsenic from Pöhla, Schwarzenberg District, Saxony, Germany.
Pöhla is located in the southwestern part of the federal state of saxony within the western part of the Erzgebirge (literally translates into “Ore Mountains”) near to border with Czech Republic.
The area is one of the most renowned historical mining districts in Germany (perhaps in Europe) with a 800 year long history of silver mining and many other minerals (like bismuth, uranium, e.o.).
Found in 1991. Measures approximately 140x90x50 mm and weighs approximately 1,4 kilogramme.