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Druzy Amethyst Agate Freeform 12.5cm
Amethyst Agate for sale from India.
Measuring 12.5cm long, this lovely Agate with included Amethyst freeform is a fine example of our new range of rare Agate pieces sourced from India.
This unique form of Agate displays intricate patterns, including patterns resembling eyes, and incredibly special crystal inclusions.
Bands and concentric circles of subtle blue and brown contrast beautifully against the gorgeous subtle lilacs of Lavender Amethyst and sparkling white Quartz crystals.
This Agate freeform has been carefully hand-polished to enhance the smooth, glossy lustre of the stone's surface.
This piece displays a large section of marvellous druzy crystals.
What Is Amethyst Agate Made Of?
Amethyst Agate is primarily comprised of Amethyst Quartz and Agate.
Agate is a member of the Chalcedony group of stones, which is a member of the large Quartz family.
All types of Quartz are composed from silica (otherwise known as silicon dioxide), but differ due to their crystal structures: one form of Quartz is Amethyst, which is included in this particular form of Agate.
What Does Chalcedony Mean?
Chalcedony gems such as Agate are microcrystalline in structure, which means you can't see the crystals inside the stone.
Amethyst Quartz, however, can be observed in crystal form as it is not a form of Chalcedony.
Agate is generally distinguished from other types of Chalcedony due to its banded patterns and translucency: for example, Jaspers tend to be opaque and you cannot see through them if you shine a light through them.
What Is Lavender Amethyst?
Lavender Amethyst is a term used to describe the paler, lilac variety of Amethyst, which tends to come in deep violet varieties.
Other Types Of Agate
Agate comprises a diverse group of stones which can come in many colours and patterns.
Examples include Moss Agate, which demonstrates moss-like patterns, and Cherry Blossom Agate, which displays patterns that look like the flowers of the Cherry Blossom tree.
Eye Agate is a prized form of Agate which displays concentric circles resembling eyes.
Where Does Agate Come From?
Agate in its various forms can be found all over the globe.
This particular piece was sourced from India.
Agate was first recorded as being discovered in Sicily, near the River Achates, from which it gained its name.
It has been found in many archaeological sites, including in Greece where Agate carvings date back to the Bronze Age.
Agate Crystal Healing Properties
Agate is a renowned stone in the crystal healing world and is useful for bringing harmony, stability, and balance to one's life.
This type of stone comes in many different forms, yet all forms of Agate tend to have a soothing, positive energy which serves to stabilise the body and mind of its user.
As Agates are so varied in colour, they tend to resonate with all chakras.
Brown Agates, of which this piece displays elements, resonate with the Root Chakra due to their earthy colouring and thus offer protection and grounding to their users.
Amethyst Agate tends to display light purple, blue, and white tones, and thus can connect to the higher chakras and higher levels of consciousness.
Amethyst resonates strongly with the Third Eye Chakra and the Crown Chakra, the two highest chakras.
Strongly associated with wisdom, intellect, and creativity, Amethyst is often used to gain inspiration, focus, and clarity of mind, as well as to connect to psychic energies.
Lavender Amethyst also exudes a softer, gentler energy than darker varieties of Amethyst.
Unique Metaphysical Properties Of Amethyst Agate
Consequently, Amethyst Agate combines the best metaphysical properties of Amethyst and Agate.
This stone is very grounding and stabilising, but also inspires spirituality and connection to higher planes of consciousness.
Amethyst Agate, above all, is believed to inspire a sense of calm and peace in its user.
How Hard Is Agate?
Measuring 6.5 to 7 on the Mohs scale, this mineral is relatively hard and durable and resistant to scratching, but care should still be taken not to damage the crystal surface.
To clean the crystal, simply use water and dry it afterwards with a soft cloth.
This distinctive Agate freeform would make a great gift for a loved one, and a fantastic addition to anyone's crystal collections.
Combining the aesthetic beauty and spiritual power of Amethyst and Agate, this stone is truly unique.
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