Exogenic Fulgurite Oswego, Oswego County, New York. From lighting strike on August 2, 2008, ref. Rocks and Minerals magazine, May/ June 2011 issue, vol. 86, no.3, p. 264-270. Collected by Joeseph, Jonah, Arlo, and Jeffery Shallit. A complex flagellated form that appears to have two tails that both create separate loops. Minor fused sand on underside of body of the piece. This is a small but important example showing great complexity and high aesthetics. No damage.   3.6 cm. $280   

Exogenic Fulgurite

SKU: GD-1002