Exceptionally large and gemmy
green Titanite crystals come from several alpine
-type deposits in the Skardu district, Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan, especially at the Shigar and Tormiq Valleys.
The alpine cavities of the European Alps in Austria, Italy, and Switzerland have produced many fine Titanite crystals. While most localities have only produced small crystals, several localities are noted for large, well-formed crystals. In Austria, gemmy
, olive-green Titanite crystals have come from the Felbertal and Habachtal, Hohe Tauern, Salzburg; large green and brown crystals from the Zillertal, North Tyrol; and yellowish-green crystals with contrasting white Albite
from Törlkopf and Mallnitz, Carinthia. In Switzerland, twinned
pointy Titanite crystals, sometimes elongated, come from Tujetsch, Grischun; and green as well as a rare violet Titanite comes from the St Gotthard Massif, Ticino.
In Russia, an Emerald-green "Chrome Titanite
" is described from the Saranovskii Mine, Sarany, in the Ural Mountains; and twinned
dark brown crystals from the Dodo Mine, Saranpaul, Khanty-Mansi Okrug.
In Africa, lustrous brown and green Titanite crystals are found in Imilchil, Morocco; and olive-green, transparent, flattened twin
s come from Ankarafa, Antsiranana Province, Madagascar.
Brazil has produced exceptionally large, gemmy
, olive-green green crystals that are often twinned
at Capelinha, Minas Gerais.
In the U.S., greenish-brown Titanite crystals, sometimes coated with Chlorite
, have come from the Acushnet Quarry, Bristol Co., Massachusetts. Sharp brown crystals with highly reflective surfaces are found in New York at Amity, Orange Co.; as well as several as several localities in the Adirondacks such as Rossie and Oxbow, St. Lawrence Co.; and Natural Bridge, Lewis Co. Small yellow transparent crystals are classics from the Tilly Foster Mine, Brewster, Putnam Co., New York.
In Canada, large, sharp, dark brown crystals have come from Ontario at Eganville and Sebastopol Township, Renfrew Co; and at Wilberforce and Bear Lake, Haliburton Co.