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Prase Quartz small (olive) w/'ladder twin' Prase Quartz Cathedral DT, etched Quartz (green) Prase Quartz (terminated) 'wizard's tower'
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. 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). 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.
Prase Quartz (green, terminated) 'princess tower' Prase Quartz (blue-green) 'triple play' Prase Quartz (blue-green) 'double vision' twin
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. 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.