Tucson Show report. 02.06.2016

Photo by Michael Leybov

Farewell to Jordi Fabre (Spain)

A collection presented by Jordi Fabre this year includes both new material (Mimetite. Wulfemite from Iran, mineral specimens from Spain, for instance) and classical material, as well.
Unique crystal of Jeremejevite from Erongo, Namibia in one of highlight of the exposition.
Sad news is that Jordi announced this year his last show in Tucson.

John White from Kustos, USA (left) & Jordi Fabre from Fabre Minerals, Spain (right).
Inn Suites /Hotel Tucson City Center, room 164.

 

Jordi Fabre, Fabre Minerals, Spain.
Inn Suites /Hotel Tucson City Center, room 164.

 

Jeremejevite, 3.4 x 1 cm.
Ameib Farm 60, Usakos, Erongo, Namibia. Mined in 2015.
Specimen: Jordi Fabre.

 

 

Cr – Mimetite and cerussite, 8 x 6 cm.
Nakhlak, Nakhlak-Anarak dist., Nain, Esfahan prov, Iran, 2015. 
Specimen: Jordi Fabre.

 

Mimetite, galena, barite, 6 x 6 cm.
Atrevida Mine, Vimbodí i Poblet, Conca de Barbera, Tarragona, Spain
Specimen: Jordi Fabre.

 

Wulfenite, 1.3 x 1.4 cm. Chah Kharboze Mine, Esfahan prov., Iran. Specimen: Jordi Fabre.

 

Calcite, 12 x 8 cm.
?La Florida mining area, Herrería-Valdáliga-Rionansa, Cantabria, Spain. 
Specimen: Jordi Fabre.

 

Michael Leybov, Ludmila Cheshko, Anna Scherbina