Stone Timbers

Crystals

As the Earth’s most abundant mineral, quartz is also one of the most resistant minerals to weathering. Quartz forms as a later mineral in igneous rocks.  Colored varieties of quartz include amethyst, citrine, ametrine, rose quartz, smoky quartz and milky quartz.  Many other minerals also form a variety of crystals.


Amethyst Cathedral

Amethyst Cathedral

Amethyst cathedral geode.  12inches tall, 9 inches wide and 8 inches deep.Amethyst has been one..

$300.00

Amethyst Cluster from Geode

Amethyst Cluster from Geode

Brazilian amethyst cluster from geode.  There is an interesting mound in the center.  3 1/..

$49.95

Amethyst Cluster from Geode

Amethyst Cluster from Geode

Brazilian Amethyst Cluster from Geode.  4" wide X 4" tall..

$44.95

Amethyst with Calcite Cluster

Amethyst with Calcite Cluster

Brazilian amethyst with calcite cluster.  4 3/8" wide X 2 1/4" tall X 3 1/8 deep..

$59.95

Chevron Amethyst Point

Chevron Amethyst Point

Chevron Amethyst Point 1 1/2" tall 3/4" wide 1/2" deep..

$12.95

Mexican Geode

Mexican Geode

Mexican geode half with crystals.  3 1/4" wide X 2 3/4" tall X 1 5/8" deep..

$19.95

Quartz Flower

Quartz Flower

Quartz flower (cluster) milky white crystals with small hematite and pyrite growths on the side. &nb..

$174.95

Smokey Quartz Cluster

Smokey Quartz Cluster

Smokey Quartz Cluster from Brazil 1 3/8" base to point..

$12.95

Smokey Quartz Cluster

Smokey Quartz Cluster

Smokey Quartz Cluster from Brazil 1 1/8" base to point..

$14.95

Smokey Quartz Cluster

Smokey Quartz Cluster

Smokey Quartz Cluster from Brazil 2" base to point..

$16.95

Smokey Quartz from Dismal Swap, Idaho

Smokey Quartz from Dismal Swap, Idaho

Smokey Quartz from Dismal Swap, Idaho  3 1/8" tall 1 3/4" wide 1 1/8" deep..

$24.99

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