Explore all the beautiful crystal clusters this pink amethyst from Brazil has to offer! Pink or rose amethyst has a rich pinkish hue due to the iron concentration in the mineral. Amethyst quartz forms within air pockets of volcanic rock. Silica rich fluids flowed through these air pockets and began to cool and harden into quartz crystals. Through natural processes within the earth, small concentrations of iron present in the quartz turned this amethyst a rosy pink color. This piece has natural crystal clusters in the front, with lightly polished sections and a raw back. The built-in metal base allows this piece to stand freely in the perfect display.
Approx. 11.25" H x 3.5" W x 7.5" L
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