Epidote Crystal Cluster with Quartz
Deep dark green epidote crystals, alongside clear terminated quartz crystals. Radiating energy in every direction on an expansive level.
Approx. 1 1/2″ H x 1″ W x 3/4″ D
1 in stock
Epidote is an aluminium iron silicate mineral with a hardness of 6 to 7 that commonly forms in prismatic crystals. Usually pistachio-green, epidote ranges from yellowish-green to greenish-black. Its name comes from the Greek word for "addition," as one side of the prism is longer than the other. Epidote is found in many places, including Austria, Brazil, Mexico, and the US. Metaphysically, epidote is used as an attraction stone.
The colorless, transparent variety of quartz. It is composed of silicon dioxide, the most common mineral in Earth’s crust after ice and feldspar. The name “rock crystal” emerged in the Middle Ages to differentiate it from colorless glass. The Greeks called water-color crystals krystalos, hence the name “crystal.” The name quartz comes from Old German, but its origins are unknown. Metaphysically, quartz is used for power, communication, and cleansing. Found worldwide, fine specimens of quartz can be found in Arkansas, Brazil, and Madagascar.
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