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Just arrived 4 containers from Brazil (Amethyst / Agate), South Africa (Tumbled Stones), Indonesia (Wood Carvings) & Tibet (Black salt lamps) Note; The showroom will be closed from 25th till June 30th due to the trade fair in France. You can then order via the website, the goods will be sent on July 2nd.

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Prestige Prasiolite ("Amegreen") "Freiform" -Ohrringe


Prestige Prasiolite ("Amegreen") "Freiform" -Ohrringe


Prestige Prasiolite ("Amegreen") "Freiform" -Ohrringe


Earrings in gold on silver with beautiful faceted Amethyst.


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Prasiolite, also known as green Amethyst, is a very sought-after gemstone because of its beautiful green color and powerful effect.He converts negative energy into positive energy and helps to recover lost balance.It stimulates creative thinking and daring to persevere.This beautiful crystal brings peace and warms the heart. Prioliolite has a positive effect on the heart and can reduce cardiac arrhythmias.

Prasiolite, green quartz or vermarin is a green form of quartz, a silicate mineral chemical silica. Prasiolite is one of many quartz varieties. Since 1950, almost all natural prasiolite comes from a small Brazilian mine, but it can also be seen in Lower Silesia in Poland. Naturally occurring prasiolite is also found in the Thunder Bay in Canada. Quartz is a form of silicon dioxide, SiO2 and is one of the most common minerals on the earth's crust. It represents more than 12% of the volume of the earth's crust (including granite, sand). Quartz has two modifications: α-quartz is trigonal, β-quartz (a higher-temperature form) is hexagonal. In addition, silicon dioxide still occurs in many other structures such as α- and β-cristobalite, keatite, tridymite, coesite, stishovite, melangoflogite and lechatelierite. Although quartz consists of silicon dioxide, it is often counted among the tectosilicates. The reason for this is that quartz forms a network of SiO4 tetrahedra. Here, each oxygen atom is divided by two silicon atoms. Individual SiO2 molecules only occur with gaseous silicon dioxide. Quartz can be very pure, as in rock crystal, but often contains impurities. These impurities may consist of ions that are incorporated into the crystal lattice during the growth of the crystal. Quartz crystals can contain between 13 and 15,000 ppm Al3 +, between 9 and 1400 ppm Na +, between 3 and 300 ppm K + and traces Fe3 +, Ti4 +, P5 +, H + and Li +. The aluminum and iron in combination with ionizing radiation are responsible for the color of a number of quartz varieties. Furthermore, quartz crystals can grow over other minerals as is the case with rutile quartz. Quartz can form large crystals as well as form microscopically small aggregates. The largest quartz crystals are found in Farm Lost in Namibia. Quartz crystals up to 20 meters, and possibly 50 meters, and dolomite crystals up to 2 meters occur here. When quartz is melted, it often forms a glass in rapid cooling, because the crystallization process takes a lot of time. Quartz is a piezoelectric material and the vibrations that can be generated in the grid of the crystal are used in electronic equipment such as quartz work and radios.