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Ametrine, aka trystine or by its trade name as bolivianite, is a naturally occurring variety of quartz. It is a mixture of amethyst and citrine with zones of purple and yellow or orange.

Ametrine, also known as trystine or by its trade name as bolivianite, is a naturally occurring variety of quartz. It is a mixture of amethyst and citrine with zones of purple and yellow or orange. Almost all commercially available ametrine is mined in, al

Rare Ametrine Polished Point, Crystal, Gemstone, Mineral AMETRINE is a RARE and naturally occurring crystal that happens when Amethyst and Citrine are found within the same crystal.  Until recently, they were only found in Bolivia and the pieces have only recently been available for sale to the public in the past decade. Brazil has also found Ametrine recently, but only in small quantities.   While it is believed Ametrine contains both the healing properties of Amethyst AND Citrine…

Rare Ametrine Polished Point, Crystal, Gemstone, Mineral AMETRINE is a RARE and naturally occurring crystal that happens when Amethyst and Citrine are found within the same crystal. Until recently, they were only found in Bolivia and the pieces have only recently been available for sale to the public in the past decade. Brazil has also found Ametrine recently, but only in small quantities. While it is believed Ametrine contains both the healing properties of Amethyst AND Citrine…

A perfect facet to the color zones ametrine by GoldenHourMinerals

A perfect facet to the color zones ametrine by GoldenHourMinerals

Minerals:Cabinet Specimens, SPODUMENE var. KUNZITE. Mawi pegmatite, Nilaw-Kolum PegmatiteField, Du Ab Dist., Nuristan Prov., Afghanistan. ...

A doubly-terminated crystal, this example has a deeply saturated fuchsia color, and surfaces that vary from glassy to heavily striated.

Gorgeous specimen featuring a deep pink Kunzite perched atop a Quartz crystal!

Kunzite sits atop a doubly terminated Quartz measuring 4 cm in size. White Albite frames both crystals at the base. From the Laghman Province (Lagman Province;

Kunzite from Pech, Kunar Province, Afghanistan [db_pics/pics/vlt-27c.jpg]

One of the world's largest crystals for the species! Complete all around with tips glowing in purple and maroon hues. This is literally a museum piece.

Oceanview Kunzite,  Above, showing the width of the blade, and below, showing the deep lilac color down the C axis. (Photo: Jason Stephenson)

Did you know that Kunzite slowly looses it's pale pink/purple colour over time? Left for long enough, it would become completely clear.