Has only slight tip damage, see pics. The large crystal has a large keyed area, this is where it grew against another point. Has a matte type luster.It is from Diamond Hill in South Carolina. Jan/Feb 2009 Issue of Rock & Minerals. May 2006 Issue of Rock & Gem. Diamond Hill is located in upper part of South Carolina. Over millions of years, erosion has occured to the southern part of the Appalachian Mountains. This has exposed a small 3 acre spot full of some of the widest variety quartz crystals in the world, known as Diamond Hill! Some of the best Amethyst, Smokey, Skeletal(Elestial), Angle Plated, Iron Oxide & Manganese coated, Aura, and other crystals are found here! Other rare minerals have also been recovered! Since this is such a small area(3 acres), there is only a very limited supply of material left!
Add a piece to your collection today! I hand pick everything myself, most from the ground, not a wholesaler! Please read my Feedback and find out yourself what others have said! The item "Amethyst Quartz Crystal Points Cluster from Diamond Hill Mine South Carolina" is in sale since Tuesday, September 4, 2018.
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