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Ametrine Gemstone Tree With Amethyst Base
This lovely gemstone tree with stunning Tumbled Ametrine leaves and Clear Quartz crystal base is the perfect gift for anyone! Whether they're a tree hugger or a crystal lover, there's no doubt they would love such a stunning piece that represents nature in more than one way. 
Ametrine is actually not a single unique mineral - it's two minerals mixed together! As you might be able to guess from its portmanteau name, these two minerals are Amethyst and Citrine, which are both forms of Quartz. It is a highly unique blend of these two energies, and the perfect two-in-one stone for the minimalist crystologist! Ametrine is also known as Trystine or Bolivianite. The latter of which names is a reference to the fact that almost all Ametrine today is mined in the country of Bolivia. It is possible that the first appearance of Ametrine in Europe was when Spanish conquistadors brought it back from Bolivia. Although it is possible that it simply was not recognized as anything except a mix of Amethyst and Citrine in Europe until especially impressive pieces were brought back from the Americas. Ametrine is formed when tiny iron particles locked inside the matrix of the Quartz crystals begin to oxidize at different rates. This is usually due to differences in temperature between the two different parts of the stones. 
Please Note: due to the nature of gemstones, tree may slightly vary in size, color and shape. If you have any questions about your purchased, please contact with us, we will try our best to serve for you.

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Ametrine Gemstone Tree With Quartz Base
Ametrine Gemstone Tree With Amethyst Base
This lovely gemstone tree with stunning Tumbled Ametrine leaves and Clear Quartz crystal base is the perfect gift for anyone! Whether they're a tree hugger or a crystal lover, there's no doubt they would love such a stunning piece that represents nature in more than one way. 
Ametrine is actually not a single unique mineral - it's two minerals mixed together! As you might be able to guess from its portmanteau name, these two minerals are Amethyst and Citrine, which are both forms of Quartz. It is a highly unique blend of these two energies, and the perfect two-in-one stone for the minimalist crystologist! Ametrine is also known as Trystine or Bolivianite. The latter of which names is a reference to the fact that almost all Ametrine today is mined in the country of Bolivia. It is possible that the first appearance of Ametrine in Europe was when Spanish conquistadors brought it back from Bolivia. Although it is possible that it simply was not recognized as anything except a mix of Amethyst and Citrine in Europe until especially impressive pieces were brought back from the Americas. Ametrine is formed when tiny iron particles locked inside the matrix of the Quartz crystals begin to oxidize at different rates. This is usually due to differences in temperature between the two different parts of the stones. 
Please Note: due to the nature of gemstones, tree may slightly vary in size, color and shape. If you have any questions about your purchased, please contact with us, we will try our best to serve for you.
$69.00
Product#: TreeN2amet
Ametrine Gemstone Tree With Quartz Base