Sulphur Quartz




Sulfur Quartz is a common mineral that crystallizes in the form of masses, tiny prismatic crystals, large, pointed generators, scepters, and double terminated quartz configurations. Historically it’s been referred to as “Brimstone”, due to the smell of rotting eggs when struck together. Its color can range from a light pale yellow to a bold-defining gold that resembles rays of the sun. Although this mineral can be found throughout the world in places such as Canada, Japan, and the United States, the main commercialized deposits are coming out of Brazil.

Why we love these:  These crystals, having been naturally combined with sulphur are unique in their own right. Add one of these to your collection or gift it to someone who adores receiving unique pieces with a personality!