Rose Quartz – Double Terminated Crystals on Cleavelandite – Pitorra Claim


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These rose quartz crystals are from the Pitorra Claim in Laranjeiras, Galileia, Minas Gerais, Brazil. Quartz is a silicate containing the elements Si and O. Rose quartz gets it’s unique pink colors from the trace elements Al and P that are present in the crystal lattice. It is found In pegmatite pockets usually as a secondary growth on quartz and other silicates This specimen consists of a cleavelandite crystal matrix that hosts intersecting double terminated complex crystals of rose quartz. They are transparent and have a glass luster. This piece is a small miniature that measures 1 1/8 x 3/4 x 1/2 inches or 28 x 19 x 13 mm

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Weight4 oz

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