Amethyst Geode with Intact Amethyst with Hematite after Calcite Points, One-of-a-Kind, Gallery Grade AmethystShowcasing unique, intact amethyst crystals adorned with hematite formations, this one-of-a-kind Amethyst Geode, characterized by its rarity and perfection, is a magnificent specimen from Brazil meat to be added to your Crystal Collection or Gallery, surely ranking amongst the rarest specimens of your collection.
The points are the main highlights of this specimen. Aesthetically beautiful, they formed similarly to the mast and the sail of sailing boats, with the mast being the calcite covered by druzy hematite and the sail being rose-toned amethyst. I personally cannot explain how this formation took form, but it's gorgeous.
Other highlights seen in this geode are the calcite covered by only pink-colored druzy in its entrance as well as many (what I call) "Herkimer" points, with lustrous, single, and double-terminated crystal points.
I would like to emphasize that this formation has never been seen in any other specimens, and it is possible that it's the only of its kind one in the world. Please check the pictures to see more of it, and feel free to message us if you have any questions or specific requests. 🤍
▫️ Amethyst Geode with Intact Amethyst with Hematite after Calcite Points
▫️ Color: Purple Amethyst and Cream Calcite
▫️ Quantity: The item you see is the item you get
-- 4.8 Kg - 10.6 lb
-- 130 mm. - 5.1in. tall
-- 210 mm. - 8.3in. Wide
-- 320 mm. - 12.6in. Deep
▫️ Amethyst Origin: Ametista do Sul - Brazil
▫️ Base: Self Standing
▫️ 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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