Rose Quartz Geode - Druzy Cabochon What is Druzy? Druzy crystals take hundreds or even thousands of years to form. They form as molten rock begins to cool with trapped gases inside. The gases cause gaps in the rock. As groudwater flows through these gap
This is a much better photo to see its incredible beauty. I have the honor of having 1 of these Angelic communicators. Auralite - 23 is the name given to a chevron form of Amethyst from the boreal forest area of Canada.
Give your rock and mineral collection a dose of brilliant color with the addition of the watermelon tourmaneline gemstone. This exotic and food-like gemstone comes in thinly cut slices that showcase the vivid green and pink hues at the center.
Unique crystal of small green Apatite (analyses indicated Fluorapatite) on two faces of a complete, well terminated Tanzanite crystal. I have seen Tanzanite spcimens with Apatite on the Graphite matrix, but never one with Apatite on the Tanzanite crystal.
Colorful Druzy Quartz Cabochon - The druzy quartz gems grow slowly over millions of years and are found as the very last layer of growth on agate or another colorful base (Druzy is the glittering effect of tiny crystals over top a colorful mineral)