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BLUE QUARTZ CRYSTALS

$160

BLUE QUARTZ CRYSTALS
BLUE QUARTZ CRYSTALS
BLUE QUARTZ CRYSTALS
BLUE QUARTZ CRYSTALS
BLUE QUARTZ CRYSTALS

BLUE QUARTZ CRYSTALS

$160

BLUE QUARTZ CRYSTALS

An amazing cluster of rare Blue Quartz Crystals.  Featuring very well formed and translucent crystals, clustered over two sides of a chunk of rock.  This is a rare mineral specimen and a must for any quartz collection.  Blue Quartz crystals are dipyramidal in shape, and will never form the more common upright quartz clusters most people associate with quartz.   The blue colouration is thought to be due to inclusions of Magnesioriebeckite.  This is old stock and a must have for the quartz or mineral collector.  This specimen is mounted on perspex to go straight into your cabinet.

Location:
Cantera Juanona, Antequera, Malaga,  Spain.

Dimensions:
3cm x 3cm x 4cm, 37g.

Quartz: SiO2

Magnesioriebeckite: {Na2}{Mg3Fe23+}(Si8O22)(OH)2

 

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BLUE QUARTZ CRYSTALSBLUE QUARTZ CRYSTALS

An amazing cluster of rare Blue Quartz Crystals.  Featuring very well formed and translucent crystals, clustered over two sides of a chunk of rock.  This is a rare mineral specimen and a must for any quartz collection.  Blue Quartz crystals are dipyramidal in shape, and will never form the more common upright quartz clusters most people associate with quartz.   The blue colouration is thought to be due to inclusions of Magnesioriebeckite.  This is old stock and a must have for the quartz or mineral collector.  This specimen is mounted on perspex to go straight into your cabinet.

Location:
Cantera Juanona, Antequera, Malaga,  Spain.

Dimensions:
3cm x 3cm x 4cm, 37g.

Quartz: SiO2

Is the most common mineral found on the surface of the Earth. A significant component of many igneous, metamorphic and sedimentary rocks, this natural form of silicon dioxide is found in an impressive range of varieties and colours.

Magnesioriebeckite: {Na2}{Mg3Fe23+}(Si8O22)(OH)2

An opaque to translucent, blue variety of quartz, owing its colour to inclusions, commonly of fibrous magnesioriebeckite or crocidolite.  The colour may be caused by the colour of the included minerals or by Rayleigh scattering of light at microscopic inclusions.

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Additional information

Weight 140 g
Dimensions 10 × 7 × 5 cm

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