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Rainbow Opal Aura Citrine Crystal Cluster | Pink Angel Citrine 1-2″ Quartz Heat Treated Amethyst Specimen

• Citrine is a colored variety of quartz whose color ranges from a pale yellow to a deep shade of golden yellow to almost orange brown due to ferric impurities. This citrine is first heat treated to achieve the orange color, then it is coated in precious metals to produce this stunning rainbow aura effect • Citrine is a joyful stone with bright energy which brings good fortune and good luck, often called the Success Stone. In addition to manifesting [...]

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Real Amethyst Large Polished Sphere | Purple 2.75-3″ Crystal Ball Mineral Specimen

• Amethyst is a violet variety of quartz. Ancient Greeks believed that Amethyst would protect its owner from drunkenness. It is often used in jewelry and make beautiful display pieces when in clusters. These are highly polished semi-precious stones made into a perfect sphere • The intensity of the purple color can vary from one part of the crystal to another. These color variations, known as color zoning, are obvious in many amethyst crystal specimens and often reflect the crystal’s [...]

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Mini Amethyst Obelisk | Real Polished 1.5-2″ Purple Quartz Crystal Point Specimen

• The first step in amethyst receiving its purple color begins during crystal growth, when trace amounts of iron are incorporated into a growing quartz crystal. After crystallization, gamma rays, emitted by radioactive materials within the host rock, irradiate the iron to produce the purple color • The intensity of the purple color can vary from one part of the crystal to another. These color variations, known as color zoning, are obvious in many amethyst crystal specimens and often reflect [...]

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Large Amethyst Crystal Tower | Real Polished Purple 5″ Amethyst Obelisk

• The first step in amethyst receiving its purple color begins during crystal growth, when trace amounts of iron are incorporated into a growing quartz crystal. After crystallization, gamma rays, emitted by radioactive materials within the host rock, irradiate the iron to produce the purple color • The intensity of the purple color can vary from one part of the crystal to another. These color variations, known as color zoning, are obvious in many amethyst crystal specimens and often reflect [...]

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Large Tumbled Amethyst Stone | Real Polished 1.5-1.75″ Purple Crystal Specimen

• The first step in amethyst receiving its purple color begins during crystal growth, when trace amounts of iron are incorporated into a growing quartz crystal. After crystallization, gamma rays, emitted by radioactive materials within the host rock, irradiate the iron to produce the purple color • The intensity of the purple color can vary from one part of the crystal to another. These color variations, known as color zoning, are obvious in many amethyst crystal specimens and often reflect [...]

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