Very rare transparent quartz crystals with irridescent orange rhombonedral faces with green accents. difficult to photograph, but most crystals show the effect when rotated in light source. We will include a copy of the 1950 scientific paper on this discovery by Sir CV Raman.
Extremely rare and fine specimen of Irridescent Quartz. One portion is a cast of quartz deposited over once was a calcite crystal 2 inches in size. As specimen is rotated in light, the crystals show strong green lights across the entire crystal face, resembling electric neon lights. One of the best specimens of Rainbow Quartz in the world. $16 shipping charge in the US.
A very rare occurence of a zeolite on smoky quartz. The piece on the other side is a very aesthetic group of extremely black, brilliant smoky quartz crystals, with curved faces. There are also two unidentified minerals in micro size, green transparent acicular crystals, and the other laumontite, perhaps. The specimen is two in one, a beautiful smoky quartz group, and on the other side sharp orange
Very rare smoky quartz group with tapered shaped xls. Jack bought a small lot of these in a tiny one room shack in southern Bahia in 1978. There were small colorless beryls on some the quartzes. All were shaped in this tapered fashion.
Single crystal with reverse scepter shape, very complexly terminated. Flawless. One of the finest single Quartz crystals we have ever had, from Jack Lowell's personal collection. Light smoky/citrine color