Micro-quartz ("druzy") structures that resembles shelves or plateaus. This piece is hard to describe--it really looks like it's own little world! Every side and angle is covered with crystals, and it can easily be displayed in any way. This is very different from the usual quartz clusters we carry. It's a one of a kind piece!
Location: Mount Meru, Kullu Valley, Manikaram Mines
Measurement: ~6" long x 4" wide x 4" tall
Himalayan quartz is mined by hand in the Himalayan mountain region in the sacred Kullu Valley of Himachal Pradesh, India, an area referred to as the Valley of the Gods. Pink Himalayan quartz emits a soft pinkish glow, derived from trace amounts of Iron. Green Himalayan Quartz contains Chlorite, which gives it the green hue. These crystals are among some of the rarest and most difficult to obtain, due to their location and the fact that it is carried off the mountain in backpacks, before being cleaned by hand.