TABBY - also known as "Tabular"
Tabular crystals are flat crystals, designated thus as having two opposing sides that are more than twice as wide as the other remaining four sides. They often have notches or striations on these wider sides that are stores or files of knowledge, which may be accessed through placing the hands on them or running the fingertips lightly across their surface. Tabbies act very much in the same way as bridges - connecting, integrating, balancing and smoothing all energies. They also are great aids for communication on and between all dimensions. Sometimes when gently tapped with the fingernail they emit a bell-like sound.
This is a pretty piece of natural Brazilian Amethyst that has been cut and polished into a tabular-style generator point. The amethyst is a delicate...
This is a pretty piece of natural Brazilian Amethyst that has been cut and polished into a tabular-style generator point that has one nice Isis face....
This natural Brazilian Amethyst has been cut and polished into a tabular style point. The amethyst is a delicate shade of lilac (almost clear in...
Very good clear pale blue green Aquamarine crystal with tabular formation. A second crystal has been removed from the body of the crystal. The...
This pale blue-grey rare Ohio Celestite crystal has been in my personal collection for over 20 years. I was lucky enough to work at a crystal...
This very pale blue rare Ohio Celestite crystal has been in my personal collection for over 20 years. I was lucky enough to work at a crystal...
Deep treacle-coloured natural Citrine crystal. Termination is not perfect, but the main crystal has one very nice and perfectly symmetrical Isis...
Pale lemon double terminated natural Citrine crystal. Terminations not great, but this is an unusual tabby formation with some seed crystals to the...
Double A clear quartz from Penas Blancas mine in Colombia. the crystal is a Crystal clear lemurian style quartz in a tabby formation with a small...
This double terminated clear quartz crystal is from Arkansas. It has a very unusual tabular formation, and is very flat. Stubby DTs are classic finds...
This double terminated clear quartz crystal is from Arkansas. It is slightly tabular (flat) and has one end deeply elestiated, and the other twinned....
Another crystal that was once part of our teaching collection, this is a nice natural Tabby crystal that is in DT formation - possibly due to...
This quartz crystal was part of our teaching collection. Although a bit bashed about, I bought it because of the large number of fat (broken off)...
Tabular crystal on a pretty ground mass of white chalcedony. The termination is damaged - but the base is very pretty. Size 5 x 3.75 x 3 cm
This quartz has a wonderful clarity, and has been polished off to reveal a clean tabular generator formation. It holds some pretty white layered...
This phantom quartz point has been polished into tabular formation, and is a rare combination of minerals: the phantom layering is a mix of silvery...
This polished tabular generator crystal has a fine clarity, and has two layers of 'negative' crystals and elongated air inclusions within, which look...
This white phantom quartz is in tabular formation, with tiny clumps of chlorite, mainly brown with some green. Size 5.5 x 4.25 x 2 cm