Colorado Fluorspar Co. Mine, Wagon Wheel Gap, Mineral
Co., Colorado, USA
Creedite is a very rare sulfate
gem that was discovered
near Creede, Colorado, USA. It is a complex aluminum
salt found only in a few
locations worldwide. Creedite is found
as colorless, white, rose, lilac, purple and orange.
Crystals are often in beautiful radial clusters.
only known locations for gem quality crystals of Creedite
are Aqshatau, Qaraghandy
Oblysy, Kazakhstan; Santa Eulalia District, Chihuahua, Mexico; San Pedro Mine, Mapimí, Durango,
Mexico; Navidad Mine, Rodeo, Durango, Mexico; Dal'negorsk, Primorskiy Kray, Far-Eastern
Region, Russia; Hall's mine, San Antone District, Nye County, Nevada, USA.