Amethyst Cluster on Stand




These beautifully polished Amethyst Clusters on a metal stand are very unique and one-of-a-kind!!

Amethyst forms in long, prismatic crystals in geodes or hollow rocks. These geodes form when there are cavities in volcanic rock. As the rock cools, the mineral-saturated water, gases and volcanic material distill and crystallize. When these crystals harden, they form amethyst. Although generally more of a deeper purple, the stone can also have a reddish-purple tinge, or a very pale purple tinge that fades into a lilac.

Natural amethyst has been used for personal adornment for at least 2000 years, while synthetic version is far newer, and not as common.As the member of the quartz family characterized by their distinctive purple color, amethyst has a hardness of seven on the Mohs scale.

Why we love these: We love the natural presentation of these amethyst specimen; they are beautiful with any natural home decor display!