Here is a highly aesthetic selenite specimen from China. Most selenite specimens on the market are from Naica, Mexico, but lesser known are the very similar ones from the Qinglong Mine in China. Most of the Chinese specimens are just single selenite crystals, so finding a specimen with multiple, long crystals still attached to the selenite matrix is rare. In this example there are 3 large, terminated selenite crystals growing from the matrix, and then crossing all three of those crystals is a short crystal fragment that is terminated on one end and broken off on the other. The overall appearance is quite dramatic and beautiful.