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Statuette 'Venus of Villendorf' (Jasper 3) Jasper statuette 'Venus of Villendorf' Jasper (Kambaba/"crocodile" variety) large palm piece
Exquisite, palm sized reproduction of the famous prehistoric "Venus of Villendorf" statuette. Presumably Brazilian stone, carved in China. Slight variation between pieces of detail & pattern, but they all stand. Exquisite, palm sized reproduction of the famous prehistoric "Venus of Villendorf" statuette. Presumably Brazilian stone, carved in China. Slight variation between pieces of detail & pattern, but they all stand. Mystical material - akin to Malachite in its combination of black and green - it's a substantial piece too, making for a great collector/display piece.
Fluorite (blue green) #2 obelisk (matt finish) green Quartz - Aventurine ("polished base") Rose Quartz (lavender) large chunk
Look at that double rainbow! It's not as purple as it seems in picture, it's more blue and indigo towards the top, and greener at the bottom. More photos by request. 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. Great glassy, gemmy quality and depth of color...good size (and stands!) too.
Quartz (clear) semi-Vogel wand/obelisk Chrysocolla (Chilean) display piece Petrified Wood (lrg) 'red scatter'
I have several of these - there might be some variation in look & dimension - so before purchasing, Message me as to which is currently available. These standing pieces are great for display - though they're tall for the size of their base - so an adhesive or support at the bottom is recommended. They are cut to have 8 sides (a bit like a Vogel cut) - and tapers at the end - good wand as well. Beautiful, with subtle and gemmy inclusions throughout. Very nice! This super colorful piece has a brick-colored base material, and makes for a powerful display item. Spectacular color burst (and the bottom's not bad either) - larger than a palm piece - stands very nicely too.
Petrified Wood (lrg) 'brain scan' Chrysocolla chunk, w/Wulfenite Milky Quartz, leaning generator/transmitter
Very solid piece - this is rather blocky - and the color on top is just a bit lighter (though no less interesting) in person. The matt bottom has great color too, as you can see from Photo B. This was mined by the guy I bought it from. Good sized chunk - US material - great display item! Magnificent example of Milky Quartz, a Generator, AND a Transmitter...all in one...with a very cool skinny crystal coming off the bottom. The bottom is shown in the last photo.
Quartz (clear), 'baby-on-mama' (large) Petrified Wood (layered & Smoky Quartz encrusted) Herkimer Diamond in matrix 7 "trio"
You can see the clarity on the point better in person, but what you do see from these photos, is that cool baby peaking out, and actually capable of transmitting, from the solid base of the parent. smaller (ie. narrower, cause length is comparable), and lighter of the two held items Three connected Herkimer Diamonds, sitting in their dark druzy matrix - facing up when it's on a table - very nice 'family' piece/cluster. Message me with serious inquiries & Best Offers.
Statuette 'Venus of Villendorf' (Jasper 1) Sodalite obelisk 'squat' Statuette 'Venus of Villendorf' (Jasper 2)
Sodalite obelisk 'squat'
Our Price: $90.00
Exquisite, palm sized reproduction of the famous prehistoric "Venus of Villendorf" statuette. Presumably Brazilian stone, carved in China. Slight variation between pieces of detail & pattern, but they all stand. Six sided, and cut like a Lemurian point (with only 3 faces making the point), this is the most deluxe Sugilite I've ever seen...not too much white...a lot of dark blue...and a tighness of energy that makes it akin to Lapis. The light blue spot at the top is actually the reflection of a light, not intrinsic to the stone. Exquisite, palm sized reproduction of the famous prehistoric "Venus of Villendorf" statuette. Presumably Brazilian stone, carved in China. Slight variation between pieces of detail & pattern, but they all stand.
Opal (Peruvian pink) large display piece Quartz (Coral, or Anandalite) standing stalagmite Herkimer Diamond in matrix 10 "opposites"
The photos capture this piece well, for the diminished lighting, but in proper bright light, it's pinker. Also looks like a ghost in photo 1, which is why it's categorized as an entity stone. This type of material is rare, especially so big, and naturally standing! It's not entirely snow white, with some reddish residue on it, but it's quite a showpiece. The photos don't do this piece justice. Though what you see in photo 1 is a great standing piece, on the bottom (or both sides, if you lay it down differently) will reveal a second pocket and a second Herkimer Diamond crystal (hence the piece's nickname).
Selenite gray (rare) Desert Rose 'triangular' Herkimer Diamond in matrix 4 "dramatic" Skeletal Quartz F-14 (Fenster) 'smooth molar'
Perfectly formed floater (terminated all around), this unique formation is gray, or black (if you account for the sandiness), and from Peru, instead of the usual sourcing in Morocco, of the more common red variety. Another name for Selenite is Gypsum, and these are apparently about as big as they get (though museum pieces sometimes get bigger). Spectacular on a stand. The triangle is equilateral, so the Width measurement is the same on all 3 sides. Like a jagged flame, this multi-pocketed matrix has one Herkimer Diamond towards its pinnacle, an open druzy "chamber," and some smaller crystals nestled lower to the base, as it stands. Truly special. Please Message me with serious interest & Best Offers. While this piece has a great point with plenty of personality - it's named after its bottom - which is very jagged, tight, and glassy...really looks like a tooth...and the 'chip' on the top is due to the crystal's formation. Very nice palm piece.
Fluorite (pink) 'pyramidal record keepers' Herkimer Diamond in matrix 2 "light in the mountain" Herkimer Diamond in matrix 12 "flawless"
Magnificent pink Fluorite specimen with darker undercurrents, and overlapping, pyramidal terminations (some of which - see photo #2 - appear to have triagonal record keepers on them)! Good sized Herkimer Diamond crystal with little twin/baby attached (in back) - peers out from both sides - displays wonderfully on a stand. The black line near my thumb (in photo 2) is a drip of water, so that wouldn't appear. Nice flat piece. Not big and clunky. Less than half a pound in weight. Serious inquiries & offers, Message me. Perfect shape and very clear, this wonderful Herkimer Diamond sits atop its matrix, embedded in black druze (with an almost pyramidal, pointed angle). Message me with serious inquiries & Best Offers.
Fluorite (purple), encrusted w/Quartz (druzy) Calcite (Mangano) crystallized cluster Skeletal Quartz F-10 (Fenster) 'sink hole'
Stunning, glittery display piece, looks kind of blue gray lavender - and it sits atop what appears to be both blue and purple Fluorite - excellent on a stand! This large, glassy, and pink specimen is truly impressive! It displays well "flat" and on a stand. It's rare that a DT can stand on its 'other end' termination(s) - this one does - and although it has the characteristic (for this piece, which gives it its name) 'sink hole,' it has a pretty well formed, extended, and clear point. Perfect palm piece, too. Message me with serious inquiries & Best Offers.