Brucite is a wonderful yellow, similar to sulfur but much more rare. These crystals form aggregates of botryoidal masses sometimes with matrix, sometimes as floaters. Previously, brucite was a very expensive mineral to obtain, but with the pocket system in Pakistan over producing expectations, brucite can now be affordable. It is a magnesium hydroxide, and the Pakistan locality is easily the best in the world. We chose our specimens for saturation of color and aesthetics.