Pink amethyst slice with standard, 1240 grams
Pink amethyst slice with standard, 1240 grams
€99,95

Pink amethyst slice with standard, 1240 grams

EUR 99,95

Beautiful pink amethyst slices from Brazil. The hematite compounds in the chalcedony provide the pink color. An asset to any interior.

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Product description

decoration piece

This beautiful plaque was found and edited in Brazil. The stone is sawn into thin slices, polished on both sides. Many of our slabs also contain amethyst crystals! An asset to any interior. The color is completely natural and the volumes found are low. This makes each slice completely unique!

Pink Amethyst or Chalcedony?

These special stones have been given the name 'pink amethyst' in which they are known in the market. Actually, this name is not quite right. The crystals are often made of amethyst, but they are (light) purple in color. The pink color is caused by hematite compounds in chalcedony. In fact, it is a pink chalcedony slice in which purple amethyst crystals can sometimes be found.

Operation pink amethyst

The Pink Amethyst has a powerful energy that is filled with peace and tranquility. It creates a loving energy field in the room where it is placed. It provides emotional balance, peace and serenity. Through meditation, self-confidence and intuition can be increased.

Product information
Article code AMT56
EAN 8784765360358
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