Quartz Locality: Izizauen, Tinejdad, Er Rachidia Province, Meknès-Tafilalet Region, Morocco Dimensions: 5.6 x 7.7 cm Description: Colorless quartz crystals with a second generation overgrowth of iron oxide tinted red quartz.
Quartz (var. amethyst) Locality: Jacksons Crossroads, Wilkes County, Georgia, USA Dimensions: 6.2 x 3.0 cm. Thingofinterest: Very nice example of Georgia USA Amethyst. How come I never find ones that look like this?
Quartz - Mount Malosa_Zomba District_Malawi.jpg Description: V-shape, smoky Quartz epitactic after feldspar which has been eroded away, very similar to the Namibian ones described by John S. White in the Rocks & Minerals magazine (vol. 87, Sept./Oct. 2012, pp. 459-462), but with the typical combo of small Malawi species related with it.
Quartz - var. Ametrine Anahi Mine, La Gaiba District, Santa Cruz, Bolivia 142mm x 61mm x 46mm Rare and unusual variety of quartz - ametrine from Anahi mine. Floater. Crystal is naturaly etched and have spectacular morphology. Colors (amethyst and citrine) are vivid. Very aesthetic From: Spirifer Minerals Ref: 6461
Microcline ( var. Amazonite ) with Albite Confetti Pocket, Smoky Hawk Mine, Buckner Pegmatite, Florissant, Teller Co., Colorado, USA 143 x 107 x 70 mm overall Largest crystal is 70 mm long. (Author: GneissWare)