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Quite unique, this little 'mountain' leans a bit, but could balance on the forehead, as well as fitting nicely in the hand. A keeper! This interestingly formed chunk of Herkimer Diamond matrix does not actually contain a Crystal (thought it's glittery). It stands if placed on an angled surface, like the large boulder in photo 2. And it's called an "Entity Stone" because of it's shape, like a hooded, robed being. This medium Shungite pyramidhas a lot of shine, but also some surface personality, and a semi-oval mark on the bottom, possibly from a previous price tag (in the past). It also has a kind of elevated base.
Shungite pyramid (lrge)
Our Price: $50.00
This medium Shungite pyramidhas a lot of shine, hardly any surface markings, and is solid black. Slightly sharper upward angle than the other medium piece. This largest Shungite pyramid we have, has a lot of interesting surface. One side (and some point facets) polished, to let you see into this amazing piece, whose broadest side is richly etched with perfectly straight lines, like a ladder. It doesn't stand, but it's very pyramidal. It also looks slightly Smoky, and is BOTH a Lemurian AND a Diamantina laser quartz (which I've NEVER seen before). Quite unique!
From an old collection - this interesting piece stands like a pyramid - with great color on the polished base (small, purplish enamel or something, caked on there...you can see it in photo 2). Nestled towards the base of this piece is a gorgeous, bright Herkimer Diamond crystal. Pockets on the other side have lots of glitter. And it stands as a natural pyramid! Message me with serious inquiries & Best Offers. 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.
Labradorite pyramid
Our Price: $110.00
This rustic formation (in blue!) of the rare Spinel crystal, hails from the Luc Yen District, Yen Bai Province (of Vietnam). There are hoppered (layered) cubic formations, and flat siding, where it formed, wedged between other stones. Special, unique piece. Exquisite little, perfectly formed "nail head" Calcite crystals adorn this enigmatic (large palm sized) pale frosted Fluorite octahedron cluster from China. It's a floater, no clear attachment (or "break-off" points, but none of its terminations are hard & super defined...it's as free floating as it is linear. Very interesting piece. Natural octahedrons are quite rare, and worth all the more.
Has slightly 'tangeriney' color towards the bottom, but strongly striated 3 main sides, and nice (but not perfect) point. Up and down pyramids combined into one piece, great color, very gemmy. Message me with serious inquiries & Best Offers. Large 'double pyramid' octahedron (one up, one down) - gemmy Rose Quartz - wonderful!
Three inches across on any of its bases, and nearly 2 inches tall, this is a good sized pyramid - milky but translucent - especially along the base (which is unusual, usually it's the opposite). Prize piece! Spectacular piece - lies in a pyramidal form - with a bright, rainbowy Herkimer Diamond crystal "looking out" onto two faces of the matrix. Real collectors' item, and magical too! Message me with serious interest & Best Offers. One of those rare pyramidal Fluorites - color vibrancy depends on lighting - these photos show it subdued (with dark background), but it's actually kind of minty. The height & depth have to do with the distance from the base, if it's lying down, to the termination tops. But it actually can stand on its side, which would make that height more like 2.8"
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! Exquisite little, perfectly formed "nail head" Calcite crystals adorn this enigmatic (large palm sized) pale frosted Fluorite octahedron cluster from China. It's a floater, no clear attachment (or "break-off" points, but none of its terminations are hard & super defined...it's as free floating as it is linear. Very interesting piece. Natural octahedrons are quite rare, and worth all the more.