An incredibly pretty and rare specimen from Namibia. The matrix is schorl, and in person it is much blacker than in the photos, but the reflections of the lights makg it look more granite-like, but in person it's actually quite black and glittery. On top of that are several clusters of green beryl crystals, and right in the middle (the dark green area) are three intergrown fluorite cubes with medium green cores and dark green tips which is an identifying feature of Erongo fluorite. There are a few smaller fluorite crystals on the left side. The Beryl crystals are all pale green with darker green caps, and while most of them have perfect terminations some of the clusters do have some damage.