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Although it does not stand, this piece certainly makes a statement (with its size and shape, and color). Although my hand is reddish - the color reproduction on the photo is good - for the piece (funny how it works that way, sometimes). Anywhow - it's the biggest freeform of this material I've every seen - very nice collector's item. Sold as blue quartz, it's really blue green, or olive drab in color - but still a spectacular formation - and nice all around (with a semi-clear/smoky core). The siding is super intricate and textured, like the motherboard of some incredible computer. The polished side is visible while it's standing - and the base is polished as well - the other 4 sides are rough & natural, but not broken at all (and one of them is coated with the lighter material you can see in photo 3.
So named, because of its etch-termination castle-siding surface (also almost like an extended wizard's hat). Pretty pristine points, with some breakage along one of the side points. Quite unusual - in additional to the phenomenal (and rare) crystallization of green Quartz - we have a harmonious 'bouquet' that expands (in this case, very subtly) from the base with angular points, and a symphony of cathedral terminations all up the sides. The root of one of the side crystals is broken off. So named, because of its etch-termination castle-siding surface. Pretty pristine points. Quite unusual - in additional to the phenomenal (and rare) crystallization of green Quartz - we have a harmonious 'bouquet' that expands (in this case, very subtly) from the base with angular points, and a symphony of cathedral terminations all up the sides. You can see the two areas of irregularity photo 1: a little nibble on the bottom 5th, and a color irregularity at the bottom of the top 5th. Astonishingly ancient looking and powerful, this double terminated madness is relatively unique - with a funny little clear tabby attached - but otherwise encrusted with terminations. The smaller termination is quite fine, and it seems to be colored by Chlorite on the surface at least.
Sold as blue quartz, it's really blue green, or olive drab in color - but still a spectacular formation - and nice all around (with a semi-clear/smoky core). The combination of intact points is particularly impressive (might work well on a stand). Width is across from the outer ends of the two furthest points; and Depth is the diameter of the largest of the 3 crystals, at the base. Sold as blue quartz, it's really blue green, or olive drab in color - but still a spectacular formation - and nice all around (with a semi-clear/smoky core). Width is across, at the widest point; and Depth is the diameter across the bottom of the base.