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Amethyst is the purple / violet form of quartz, the colour being formed through traces of iron and aluminium and natural irradiation. Mostly amethyst forms in geodes or beds, which are sold halved, in slabs or split into individual points, although some smaller gemmy crystals or clusters have been found that exhibit true individual crystalline structures. Amethyst in various forms can be found in many regions of the world, each of which seems to produce a crystal or cluster of a very individual style and energy. Amethyst is the first choice for many people new to the world of metaphysical crystal use and we cannot envisage any healing space or home without some! Larger geodes, slabs or beds are amazing either stood on end to energise a space, or laid down for other crystals to lie on to be cleansed or charged, but never doubt the potency of carrying a smaller tumbled stone either. Its vibrant colour imediately opens and awakens the soul body and helps promote our connection to the Divine and to the reality of who and what we are - yet it does so gently and safely and without fuss or trauma.
Top grade piece from Amethyst bed. The crystal has a beautiful deep purple colour with terminations in very good condition. Size 6 x 2.75 x 2.25 cm
Top grade piece from Amethyst bed. The crystal has a beautiful deep purple colour with terminations in very good condition. Size 4 x 3.5 x 3.5 cm
Top grade piece from Amethyst bed. The crystal has a beautiful deep purple colour with terminations in very good condition. Size 8 x 4.5 x 3.75 cm
The picture shows EXAMPLES of our stock of x-small deep coloured amethyst points from Uruguay. Useful for smaller grids, layouts or healing work. You...
Very pale lilac amethyst, probably once part of a larger skeletal crystal, that has been cut and polished into a classic flame shape. Lower part nice...
Small amethyst geode that looks like an Egyptian eye. The piece is a very pretty delicate lilac colour with a crystal filled cavity. Used by the...
This is a nice and tall cut geode of amethyst that has a statuesque presence, which will fill a room with its energy. The outer layer of the geode's...
A small and interesting pebble with areas of white and differing shades of amethyst and strings of hematite / goethite. Some fracturing and areas of...
Polished amethyst point, probably a skeletal formation before polishing, with very nice layered / phantom aspects and fine deep colour and clarity at...
Brandburg quartz - clear quartz cluster with some pale amethyst phantoms. The amethyst is very pale and mainly near the terminations. There are a few...
Brandburg quartz - clear quartz cluster on ground mass, with pale amethyst phantoms. The main crystal has an excellent termination with a very...
The primary crystal of this grouping has a very faint tinge of purple amethyst near its base, and a nice clear energy. It is set amongst a few...
Deep coloured smoky quartz polished point with excellent clarity. The crystal has traces of citrine and amethyst within and some veiling. Size 4.25 x...
Brandburg quartz - with clear quartz, amethyst and smoky quartz in a single sceptre crystal. The base, stem and centre of the crystal is clear...
This Madagascan chunk of pale smoky quartz has pale traces of lilac amethyst, and has been polished off to reveal a lovely deep Fire (harlequin)...
This smoky quartz crystal is deeply skeletal with a massive enhydro visible through the deepest space. The crystal also contains some interesting...
Brandburg quartz - smoky quartz skeletal sceptre crystal, with smoky quartz phantoms throughout, on a clear quartz base and stem. There is also a...
Brandburg quartz - tabular twin skeletal crystal, with one side of smoky quartz and the other of clear quartz with a hint of amethyst. There are...