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Quartz (Coral-Anandalite) 'opposites' cluster Pendant - (Amethyst, Labradorite, yellow Rutile, and Prehnite) - breastplate style Golden Rutile, Amethyst (and others) pendant
Interesting cross directional 'points' all covered with glittery druzy terminations and orangey chalcedony underside. Impressive collection of stones on a backplate, all quality Sterling setting. We have named the Prehnite as such, because of its look, but we cannot vouch for certain that that is the transparent green stone. The others are obvious. What you see in the photo - combined with your own judgment, taste, and our best estimate - is the most we can promise. The seller did now know for sure either, and the item # (what's written on the back of the tag) is X-18. Impressive collection of stones on a backplate, all quality Sterling setting. Gorgeous color on the Amethyst, surrounded by yellow Rutile, and what we believe to be Garnet, and Prehnite. What you see in the photo - combined with your own judgment, taste, and our best estimate - is the most we can promise. The seller did now know for sure either, and the item # (what's written on the back of the tag) is I-23.
Amethyst (Chevron) #5 '6-sided' Pendant - Labradorite & Amethyst (3 Emeralds) Fluorite (purple), encrusted w/Quartz (druzy)
All point faces defined, but matt, and with 3 sporting some yellow'ish rust color. Mostly purple body with larger milky white band in the middle. I've characterized these stones as Milky (energetically important) because their white zones are indeed...slightly translucent...and very comforting energetically, in combination with the purple spirit energy of the dark Amethyst. Impressive collection of stones on a backplate, all quality Sterling setting. We have named the Emerald as such, because of its look, but we cannot vouch for certain that's what it is. The others are obvious. What you see in the photo - combined with your own judgment, taste, and our best estimate - is the most we can promise. The seller did now know for sure either, and the item # (what's written on the back of the tag) is I-29. 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!
Fluorite (purple) cubic cluster, w/Barite 'rows' Lepidolite sphere Pendant - Triple Amethyst (and others) breastplate style
Lepidolite sphere
Our Price: $130.00
Stunning symmetry, with golden Barite crystals along the top and bottom, this cluster displays well, raised (and displays wonderfully frosted, perfectly formed cubic crystals throughout). Blue undertones beneath. Good sized sphere, great color, with a little matrix banding. Nearly 2.5" in diameter. Impressive collection of stones on a backplate, all quality Sterling setting. Gorgeous color on the Amethyst, surrounded by yellow Rutile, and what we believe to be Garnet, Citrine, and Prehnite. What you see in the photo - combined with your own judgment, taste, and our best estimate - is the most we can promise. The seller did now know for sure either, and the item # (what's written on the back of the tag) is I-24.
Amethyst (Bolivian, natural generator) 'taller' Amethyst (Chevron) 4 'peach cap' Fluorite (purple) pyramid, 'clear point'
'That Color' - which only seems to happen in Bolivia - a kind of opaque, "glaucoma'd" lavender purple...very soft...and displayed nicely, with a flat cut base. 4 relatively well defined point-faces, actual point chipped underneath, to reveal deep purple inside. Bottom is good purple cross section. I've characterized these stones as Milky (energetically important) because their white zones are indeed...slightly translucent...and very comforting energetically, in combination with the purple spirit energy of the dark Amethyst. Unlike most other purple Fluorites, this pyramid comes from a stock that closely resembles Amethyst in color. I actually have several - so the one you get may be slightly different - inquire as to which are available (and to get extra photos). They are flawlessly cut, and are spectacular collectors' (and metaphysical) showpiece!
Amethyst 'smiling cone head' stalagtite cluster Ruby rough 'star' polished point crystal pendant Amethyst (Chevron) 3 'two zone'
This amazing specimen of Coral Quartrz is clearly Amethyst, but very light, and terminated all around. The first photo is the closest to being faithful, color-wise. But in fluorescent light, the 2nd photo shows how it can look more washed out. You can see the cross section of the base, how it grew from a core. And then there's that slice - which I call "the smile" - which they stopped, realizing they could cut it further down, and make the whole piece taller. Amazingly, it works great to hold business cards! Extraordinary, gold-fill wrapping of a polished Ruby crystal. Good size, density, awesome piece! Contact us if you'd like one of your own pieces custom wrapped! Three point faces partially defined & two good purple zones, kind of wide'ish/flattish. I've characterized these stones as Milky (energetically important) because their white zones are indeed...slightly translucent...and very comforting energetically, in combination with the purple spirit energy of the dark Amethyst.
Sugilite 'red spot/night sky' ring Amethyst 'reverse heart' cluster Sugilite 'rectangular wafer' pendant
Wonderful imagery in this aptly named Sugilite ring, set in Sterling Silver, with distinctive red spot. Length is top of cab to bottom of ring part (opposite side of your finger); width is left to right on the ring itself. Weight includes metal work. Ring ought to work for folks whose finger is around 6.5 in size. Essentially all Sugilite was mined out by the early 80's (or before), and comes out of old collections. Most will tell you: nothing new's coming out of the ground, though some veins have been walled off by concrete (to prevent new discoveries). Sugilite is virtually absent from most stores, shows & dealers' selections. What can be found, is often of inferior material, with lots of black, or oddly colored purple. For these reasons - because it's so rare - my starting SRP per gram is always at a premium. Pricing goes up dimensionally for gel material, jewelry, and smaller specimens). Though lesser samples can be found more cheaply, I pick and showcase a good number of the best pieces available, which represents a strong confidence in the stone's lasting value. Still, I may be open to negotiation - depending on the market, and availability - and I will at least consider serious offers (particularly from collectors and those who appreciate this stone's unique metaphysical qualities). What a nice shape this cluster's taken, and it stands! Could be from Uruguay, but we've classified it as Brazil. The shape is what really matters, in the grand scheme of things. Last photo shows the massive base material - some people set these clusters in cement - it's unclear as to whether that's happened here (or whether the setting is 100% natural). The color is also very good (and that is of course natural). Gel translucency - some blue Richterite action (in the darker corner) - set in Sterling Silver (no black). Length is of the cab plus setting/bale; width is left to right on the pendant itself. Weight includes metal work. Essentially all Sugilite was mined out by the early 80's (or before), and comes out of old collections. Most will tell you: nothing new's coming out of the ground, though some veins have been walled off by concrete (to prevent new discoveries). Sugilite is virtually absent from most stores, shows & dealers' selections. What can be found, is often of inferior material, with lots of black, or oddly colored purple. For these reasons - because it's so rare - my starting SRP per gram is always at a premium. Pricing goes up dimensionally for gel material, jewelry, and smaller specimens). Though lesser samples can be found more cheaply, I pick and showcase a good number of the best pieces available, which represents a strong confidence in the stone's lasting value. Still, I may be open to negotiation - depending on the market, and availability - and I will at least consider serious offers (particularly from collectors and those who appreciate this stone's unique metaphysical qualities).
Sugilite jewelry 'big rectangle' pendant Amethyst (Chevron) 1 'buttressed cathedral point' Sugilite 'clear/purple' gel teardrop ring
Exceptional color hues - some 'rainbow' (w/blue Richterite) action - set in Sterling Silver (no black). Length is of the cab plus setting/bale; width is left to right on the pendant itself. Weight includes metal work. Essentially all Sugilite was mined out by the early 80's (or before), and comes out of old collections. Most will tell you: nothing new's coming out of the ground, though some veins have been walled off by concrete (to prevent new discoveries). Sugilite is virtually absent from most stores, shows & dealers' selections. What can be found, is often of inferior material, with lots of black, or oddly colored purple. For these reasons - because it's so rare - my starting SRP per gram is always at a premium. Pricing goes up dimensionally for gel material, jewelry, and smaller specimens). Though lesser samples can be found more cheaply, I pick and showcase a good number of the best pieces available, which represents a strong confidence in the stone's lasting value. Still, I may be open to negotiation - depending on the market, and availability - and I will at least consider serious offers (particularly from collectors and those who appreciate this stone's unique metaphysical qualities). The most interestingly formed point, it has 5 semi-defined sub-points branching off the main one. I've characterized these stones as Milky (energetically important) because of their white zones (heart chakra), in combination with the purple spirit energy of the dark Amethyst (Source chakras). Exceptional glassy translucent quality in this Sugilite ring, set in Sterling Silver, with color gradation, from semi-clear lavender, to dark purple (no foreign material). Length is of the cab; height is top to bottom of ring part (opposite side of your finger); width is left to right on the ring itself. Weight includes metal work. Ring ought to work for folks whose finger is around 6.5 in size. Essentially all Sugilite was mined out by the early 80's (or before), and comes out of old collections. Most will tell you: nothing new's coming out of the ground, though some veins have been walled off by concrete (to prevent new discoveries). Sugilite is virtually absent from most stores, shows & dealers' selections. What can be found, is often of inferior material, with lots of black, or oddly colored purple. For these reasons - because it's so rare - my starting SRP per gram is always at a premium. Pricing goes up dimensionally for gel material, jewelry, and smaller specimens). Though lesser samples can be found more cheaply, I pick and showcase a good number of the best pieces available, which represents a strong confidence in the stone's lasting value. Still, I may be open to negotiation - depending on the market, and availability - and I will at least consider serious offers (particularly from collectors and those who appreciate this stone's unique metaphysical qualities).
Amethyst "O" section cluster Sugilite rough (46.8gr) 'red eye' Sugilite cutting rough (76.2gr) semi-gel slab
Wonderful - relatively unusual donut section cluster on stand - very impressive display piece. Will likely need to charge extra for postage...it's heavy! Part of a very special stock of Sugilite that spans form dark purple with some solid burgundy sections, to light pink and blue (Richterite). Astonishing color burst when wet, more photos available & serious inquiries...Message me! Over half an inch thick (at the thickest) - this is a solid cutting piece - unless you like to collect slabs. The color is rich and not splotchy - the black is limited to veins - and you can see from the light & the side pictured, that if thinned, you can get some great light penetration. Perfect collector's specimen or for cutters, a treasure trove of jewelry could come out of this. The photos are accurate under bright light, of course it gets darker in obscurity. All Sugilite is pretty much old collector material, and it quite hard to find, especially in this quality. Pricing here is just under $10 a gram. Quite a find! Serious inquiries and offers considered.
Sugilite rough fish (superior carving) Sugilite rough (104.4gr) 'perfect palm' Sugilite rough (76.2gr) gel specimen
First image highlights the darks, which are more purple in reality, while the 2nd image is more saturated, due to bright light (that brings out the gemmy parts)...think between them for the true-to-the-eye color. This exquisite carved fish jumping out of the waves, is nestled onto a "mountainside" of black stone (the Manganese, I believe, that is ultimately of higher demand nowadays - for it's quantity and marketability - by the miners). This particular piece has exceptionally good energy, even on the black side (which usually feels "inert" vibrationally, in other occurances). Still, because so much of it is black, I'm charging only $7 a gram. Essentially all Sugilite was mined in the early 80's (or before), and comes out of old collections. Most will tell you: nothing new's coming out of the ground. It is virtually absent from most stores, shows & dealers' selections. For that reason - because it's so rare - my starting SRP is always $10 per gram (higher for pink gel material). Though lesser samples can be found more cheaply, I pick and showcase a good number of the best pieces available, which represents a strong belief in the stone's value. Still, and am open to negotiation - depending on the market, and availability - and I will at least consider serious offers (particularly from collectors and those who appreciate this stone's unique metaphysical qualities). Part of a very special stock of Sugilite that spans form dark purple with some solid burgundy sections, to light pink and blue (Richterite). I call it "Rainbow Sugilite." Astonishing color burst when wet. Essentially all Sugilite was mined in the early 80's (or before), and comes out of old collections. Most will tell you: nothing new's coming out of the ground. It is virtually absent from most stores, shows & dealers' selections. For that reason - because it's so rare - my starting SRP is always $10 per gram (as much as 4 times higher for pink gel material & smaller specimens). Though lesser samples can be found more cheaply, I pick and showcase a good number of the best pieces available, which represents a strong belief in the stone's value. Still, and am open to negotiation - depending on the market, and availability - and I will at least consider serious offers (particularly from collectors and those who appreciate this stone's unique metaphysical qualities). It's kind of thick - but oh so dreamy - and where it's thin, you can really see the pink gel section. Color is gorgeous throughout, with all the purples, and some Richterite blue tinges in there. Perfect collector's specimen or for cutters, a treasure trove of jewelry could come out of this. All Sugilite is pretty much old collector material, and it quite hard to find, especially in this quality. Pricing here is just under $16 a gram, which is low for gel, but it's not 100% either (few, if any pieces, are). Quite a find! Serious offers considered.
Sugilite rough (121 grams) 'plateau' medallion Sugilite rough (157.9gr) 'big flame' Sugilite rough (288 grams) '5-point' large palm piece
Part of a unique vein, rich in purple, blue (Richterite), and pink, with no black to speak of. I call it "Rainbow Sugilite." Displays well dry, and spectacularly wet. Essentially all Sugilite was mined in the early 80's (or before), and comes out of old collections. Most will tell you: nothing new's coming out of the ground. It is virtually absent from most stores, shows & dealers' selections. For that reason - because it's so rare - my starting SRP is always (at least) $10 per gram (as much as 4 times higher for pink gel material & smaller specimens). I specialize in rough pieces with no cut lines or planes. Though lesser samples can be found more cheaply, I pick and showcase a good number of the best pieces available, which represents a strong confidence in the stone's value. Still, I am open to negotiation - depending on the market, and availability - and I will at least consider serious offers (particularly from collectors and those who appreciate this stone's unique metaphysical qualities). Part of a very special stock of Sugilite that spans form dark purple with some solid burgundy sections, to light pink and blue (Richterite). I call it "Rainbow Sugilite." Astonishing color burst when wet. Essentially all Sugilite was mined in the early 80's (or before), and comes out of old collections. Most will tell you: nothing new's coming out of the ground. It is virtually absent from most stores, shows & dealers' selections. For that reason - because it's so rare - my starting SRP is always $10 per gram (as much as 4 times higher for pink gel material & smaller specimens). Though lesser samples can be found more cheaply, I pick and showcase a good number of the best pieces available, which represents a strong belief in the stone's value. Still, and am open to negotiation - depending on the market, and availability - and I will at least consider serious offers (particularly from collectors and those who appreciate this stone's unique metaphysical qualities). Part of a unique vein, rich in purple, blue, and pink, with a minimum of black...which displays well dry...and spectacularly wet. I call it "Rainbow Sugilite." Essentially all Sugilite was mined in the early 80's (or before), and comes out of old collections. Most will tell you: nothing new's coming out of the ground. It is virtually absent from most stores, shows & dealers' selections. For that reason - because it's so rare - my starting SRP is always $10 per gram (as much as 4 times higher for pink gel material & smaller specimens). Though lesser samples can be found more cheaply, I pick and showcase a good number of the best pieces available, which represents a strong belief in the stone's value. Still, and am open to negotiation - depending on the market, and availability - and I will at least consider serious offers (particularly from collectors and those who appreciate this stone's unique metaphysical qualities).