Stunning eye-catching natural formation on this gorgeous cut-base geode amethyst. Skillful hands during the extraction were imperative in preserving a couple of stalactites visible on its side, which stand out as delicate polished crystal flowers. Stalactites on geodes or cluster amethysts are fairly rare, therefore, very sought out and desirable.
Bands of layered minerals including white quartz, blue agate, and green celadonite separate the raw basalt rock in the back from the glimmering front of deep purple crystal peaks.
Collectors and natural-art lovers look for rare nature formations like this piece where many exceptional and beautiful features come together in harmony. A true display of glamour, formed by a combination of magma pressure and the right minerals, resulting in a piece of impressive shape and luxury.
Weight: 2.13 lb - 0.97 Kg
Height: 5.0 in - 12.7 cm
Width: 3.5 in - 8.9 cm
Depth: 5.25 in - 13.4cm