This pretty polished quartz geode comes from Brazil. Geodes form within air pockets of volcanic rock. Silica rich fluids flowed through these air pockets and began to cool and harden. Silica built up within the pocket, creating beautiful bands and quartz crystals. The front of this piece has been cut and polished to a high gloss finish while the exterior of the geode has been left in its natural state. The geode is attached to a metal stand.
Approx. 2.75" L x 2" W x 6" H
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