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Quartz var. Ametrine Crystal (rare combination of amethyst and citrine) from Anahi Mine, La Gaiba District, Angel Sandoval Province, Santa Cruz Department, Bolivia

 
Quartz var. Ametrine Crystal (rare combination of amethyst and citrine) from Anahi Mine, La Gaiba District, Angel Sandoval Province, Santa Cruz Department, Bolivia

Quartz var. Ametrine Crystal (rare combination of amethyst and citrine) from Anahi Mine, La Gaiba District, Angel Sandoval Province, Santa Cruz Department, Bolivia

Quartz var. Ametrine Crystal (rare combination of amethyst and citrine) from Anahi Mine, La Gaiba District, Angel Sandoval Province, Santa Cruz Department, Bolivia

Quartz var. Ametrine Crystal (rare combination of amethyst and citrine) from Anahi Mine, La Gaiba District, Angel Sandoval Province, Santa Cruz Department, Bolivia

Quartz var. Ametrine Crystal (rare combination of amethyst and citrine) from Anahi Mine, La Gaiba District, Angel Sandoval Province, Santa Cruz Department, Bolivia

DESCRIPTION:No. 70547
Mineral:Quartz var. Ametrine Crystal (rare combination of amethyst and citrine)
Locality:Anahi Mine, La Gaiba District, Angel Sandoval Province, Santa Cruz Department, Bolivia
Description:Lustrous transparent ametrine quartz crystal with complexly etched prism faces and termination. The ametrine crystal has easily visible internal zones of purple amethyst color and yellow citrine color - a rare phenomenon that only occurs at this locale.
Overall Size:9x4x3.5 cm
Crystals:90 mm
Status: Sold - Posted here for reference only
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