mineralen en kristallen
Feng Shui.::.Earth Element::. - Smokey Quartz. Elestial. -a great grounding stone to place throughout the home, carries strong earth energy and cleans energy meridians. Great for grounding energy and removing negativity, elestial formations work in a particularly gentle way as they allow energy to flow freely throughout.
Fine halfbreed featuring Native Silver crystals atop larger crystals of Native Copper! The bright white and lustrous Silver crystals sit side by side atop the Copper, terminating outwards in different directions. The large Copper crystal at the bottom is accented by bits of Calcite. From the Keweenaw Peninsula, Michigan.( 5.8 cm x 3 cm )
Hemimorphite crystal sprays on matrix. The Hematite component is the colorant in these glassy crystals & presents itself as shades of pink, red & brown. The surface luster is very impressive & almost every crystal is terminated. From the Ojuela Mine, Mapimi, Durango, Mexico. Measures 7 cm by 3.6 cm by 3.2 cm in total size.
Exceptionally Fine and Large Boulder Opal Queensland, Australia This is an extraordinary boulder opal both in terms of its size but also due to the vividness and strength of its color. Contour polished to reveal the gem-quality blue and green seam of opalization upon its rich brown ironstone matrix. This is a large, yet wearable opal sure to make a "statement piece" pendant; and a durable one at that, due to the stability provided by the ironstone matrix.
Boulder Opal This dark opal is found in Western Queensland and it forms naturally on its host rock of ironstone, which is cut to form part of the gemstone. Boulder Opal occurs as thin veins in sedimentary ironstone boulders. The colour layer is naturally part of the dense brown ironstone base and is inseparable from it.
Geyser Opal from Spencer Idaho U.S.A Spenser Opal was deposited in volcanic rocks app 4 million years ago by geysers.The primary formation of the Spencer opal mines is a rhyolite and obsidian flow filled with gas pockets. The secondary deposit is a solution of silica and water, trapped within the rock and released by a series of geysers.