Hot pink gemmy Tourmaline crystals are intergrown with clusters of silvery hexagonal booklets of Lepidolite. The Tourmaline crystals are lustrous, the longest crystal measures to 2.5cm and the widest crystal is 1cm. The Lepidolite booklets measure to 0.9cm width and 0.5cm thickness, and tiny Tourmalines form pink areas on the Lepidolite. Some of the large Tourmaline crystals show terminations, and the largest crystal has contact on its termination. All in all an attractive piece from a mine famous for its cranberry red Tourmalines.