Rare Landscaped Sea Blue Agate Geodes with Amethyst Crystal Stalactite and Quartz ps. after Anhydrite
An exceptional pair of rare landscaped Sea Blue Agate Geodes adorned with Amethyst Crystal Stalactites and Quartz Pseudomorphs after Anhydrite, these geodes bring nature's artistry to another level, where we can picture a sea landscape where the waves are crashing against and a mountain emerges formed by the sparkles of crystals within.
The first and foremost highlight in this pair of Geodes is the agate formation itself, where the blue agate formed over millions of years in a precise fluid flow, constantly changing tones and mixing with the Anhydrite, giving complexity, rarity and beauty for both specimens.
In its center, the Amethyst Crystal Stalactites and Quartz Pseudomorphs after Anhydrite took form, as a seascape formed by hills, mountains, and corals, that shine because of the clarity and natural reflective facets of the crystal.
An exceptional pair of Geodes that will surely adorn your crystal collection or home decor. It is important to highlight that the geode is totally intact and ethically sourced, showing us the natural form as it was found at the mine. Please check the pictures and the video and feel free to message us in case you have any questions or particular requests.
▫️ Pair of Rare Landscaped Sea Blue Agate Geodes
▫️ Color: Sea Blue, Light Blue, Crystal
▫️ Quantity: 1 - The item you see is the item you will receive
▫️ Size (Combined):
-- 22.0 Kg - 48.5 lb
-- 405 mm. - 15.9 in. Tall
-- 450 mm. - 17.7 in. Wide
-- 130 mm. - 5.1 in. Deep
▫️ Amethyst Origin: Ametista do Sul, RS - 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 the color settings of monitor screens.
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