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|Dimensions||3.7 x 3 x 2.2 cm|
|Locality||Zagi Mountains, Peshawar District, KPK Province, Pakistan|
Quartz is one of the most commonly existed minerals on the planet-forming different crystal structures but when it comes to the unusual structure and rare inclusions so it becomes worthy and sought among the collectors.
This particular piece is very cute crystallized all around included with Manganese Reibikite sharp needle inclusions with a hint of blue color. It’s double terminated crystal exhibits excellent luster with natural art on the crystal surface, from Zagi Mountains, Pakistan.
Quartz is the most common and varied mineral found on the surface of the Earth. Its name derived from a Slavic word meaning “hard.” Quartz is naturally made up of silicon dioxide and is found in an impressive variety of colors, occurring in all different forms, habits, and colors. It occurs in all mineral environments and is the essential constituent of many rocks. Citrine and Amethyst are the most popular and valuable gem varieties of Quartz, but other forms also make extraordinary gemstones.
Quartz Varieties: Quartz is found in a vast range of varieties and colors, of which there are many different names, which include:
- Cat’s Eye
- Green Quartz / Prasiolite
- Rose Quartz
- Rutilated Quartz
- Smokey Quartz
- Strawberry Quartz
- Tourmaline Quartz
Well-known quartz deposits are located in Afghanistan, Brazil, China, Madagascar, Myanmar, Peru, Russia, Sri Lanka, and the USA.
Clear Quartz Associations:
|Zodiac||All birth signs|
|Color||Pure Quartz is colorless or white|
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