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Quartz (Cathedral) point
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Fine detailed formations on the side of this Cathedral Quartz, with a bit of Geysering - offshoot terminations - on the side as well. The point is kind of etched in one place, and it's "waisted" - meaning if bulges in the middle - which is a very rare formation habit. Gray Ghost or Angel Amphibole perched like a phantom in the tip of this natural wonder - exhibiting the rare Flaring formation (widening from a narrow base) - and covered with intricate Cathedraling termination. 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.
Very fine point (actually, a whole family of points, due to its Cathedral nature). Note the encrustation of what seem to be little Spharelite nodules, and the almost green tip at the bottom. Rare for many reasons, including what I call "geysering" - which is when the Crystal starts small - and then grows wider towards the tip. Clearly double terminated, but with growth interference or post-formation etching (eating away) - this piece is green - and has fine Cathedraling on its side (smaller, side-terminations). Very unique formation - very special piece - with fine smaller point and encrusted with some chlorite and a white crystal.
Very good, clean, Smoky energy on this one - good laser too - and a true Cathedral quartz (you can see all that terminated siding). Uniform quality all around. Magical! Strongly recommended. 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. This exquisite double terminated cathedral wand has a well formed, translucent milky point at one end (the 'fatter' side), and a fine sceptered point on the other end (but on that side, there is exposed a greenish, semi-crystallized core that looks like Spharelite). Very fascinating!
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.