This is a Creedite specimen from Santa Eulalia, Mexico. Creedite froms from the oxidation of fluorite and it's not uncommon to see them growing together. Creedite forms radially, making them look like big stone puff balls. It can be colorless, white, purple, or orange, with orange being the most abundant color. This piece has phenominal crystal structure and color making this a top-class piece.
This piece measures approximately 9.6cm x 7.3cm x 6.7cm. It comes with a display card that lists the mineral name and locale.