A amethyst cluster which could (and can) be at a museum exhibition, at a fine decor or become a display specimen at a collection, this specimen brings us a intact and rare Amethyst Flower from which the crown of Calcite seems to come to life on a spectacular arrangement of natural art.
Speaking about the calcite, it outgrew the Amethyst flowers and have a layer of micro quartz which grows on top of it. This formation is totally intact and is (as seen on the video) UV Reactive, creating the spectacular purple glow under UV light.
Another special characteristic of this amethyst is the purple druzy color and the formation of the amethyst points. The points formed all with Phantoms, with a first layer of Amethyst which grew in place and later on a layer of clear quartz grew on top of that. As the other aspects of it, the points are all intact.
All of that + the piece of mind of being Ethically sourced in (my hometown) Ametista do Sul, Brazil.
The size + the color + quality of them is what makes this specimen a lifetime find, and for sure being considered a World Class specimen. Please check the pictures to see more of it and feel free to message us in case you have any questions or particular request. 🤍
▫️ Museum specimen of Amethyst Cluster with UV Reactive Crystal Calcite
▫️ Color: Deep Purple, Deep Violet
▫️ Quantity: The item you see is the item you get
▫️ Size (specimen alone, not counting the base):
-- 7950g - 17.5 lb
-- 290 mm. - 11.4 in. Tall
-- 180 mm. - 7.1 in. Wide
▫️ Amethyst Origin: Ametista do Sul - Brazil
▫️ Ethically Sourced
Please note: this is a natural gemstone and is sold as is, we have tried our best to take pictures with the utmost care, slight differences from the original articles are possible due to color settings of monitor screens.
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