Lovely Tri-color Magaliesberg AMETRINE QUARTZ Cluster

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  • Item Category: Antiquities
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Sep 20,2007
  • Channel: Online Auction

Lovely Tri-color Sparkling Druzy Magaliesberg AMETRINE QUARTZ Cluster, Spiritual Harmony Crystal from South Africa

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Measures 2.41" by 2.00" by 1.44"

Weighs 111.0 grams

Worldwide Shipping Cost USD 7.88

This is a special offer of a lovely colored purple Magaliesberg all natural Ametrine Quartz cluster with naturally lustrous points in perfect condition. This spirit has excellent main terminations. She is one of the lovely purple and golden brown colored Ametrine in our limited lot, truly eye catching and a stand out. She has light cascading castles on the side and very interesting patches or etchings on the face. She has several baby crystals at the base.

The formation of this crystal with one prominent crystal point and the other at a lower point is a perfect reminder of brotherhood and humility. =)

This special Ametrine crystal has three colors of combined purple, golden amber and wispy white to make the beauty that you now see in the pictures.

The faces are etched and the body is beautifully tinged with a consistent purple and light golden yellow color all in a naturally glossy full cover. A superb offer that is hard to miss.

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Amethyst is an extremely powerful and protective stone with a high spiritual vibration. It has strong healing and cleansing powers and enhances spiritual awareness. It balances out highs and lows, promoting emotional centering. It dispels anger, rage, fear and anxiety, alleviating sadness and grief.

It is one of the most spiritual stones, promoting love of the divine, giving insights into its true nature, and encouraging selflessness and spiritual wisdom. It opens intuition and enhances psychic gifts. This is an excellent stone for meditation and can be placed on the third eye to stimulate it.

We thank Melody and Judy Hall for their books have been a great source of information for the metaphysical properties of our crystals.

We will gladly combine shipping!

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1) We ship regularly every Tuesday and Friday. We will inform you of actual shipping date within 24 hours upon payment. We always ship via Singapore Post , this is the most economical and our recommended method of shipping. It usually takes 2 to 3 weeks for your crystals to arrive in most locations worldwide.

2) Please add 5% to the total shipping cost, if you would like your item insured for loss or damage.

3) Combined Shipping is the best way to save on total shipping cost if you plan to buy multiple items. We would be happy to combine multiple purchases for you up to 25 days. We only charge actual shipping and packaging cost.

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