Pink Amethyst Towers

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These pink amethyst towers are incredibly glittery and feature small geode-like voids. They are hand-carved into irregular shapes. Due to the nature of the stone, the points of each are imperfect.

Originating from Argentina, pink amethyst is a recent find which is more closely related to amethyst than to rose quartz. It is considered amethyst with hematite within it that changes the hue from lavender to pink or coral colours.

Energetically, it is thought to have the qualities of both amethyst and rose quartz.

Each of these towers are so unique that they are listed individually:

Piece A is coral in colour. Voids on the back, bottom, and tip are stained with brown, grey, and orange minerals. Voids on the front show fine, glittery druze. It is short and wide, roughly 4cm x 5.5cm x 2.5cm and 98g.

Piece B is pink and white. Small voids along most of its sides reveal glittering white crystals. It is small and flattish, measuring roughly 3.2cm x 7.3cm x 1.5cm and 70g.

Piece C is mostly dusky pink with some white parts and a light amount of ruddy mineral staining. It has a few voids with mineral-stained "berry amethyst" crystals. It is larger and thick, measuring roughly 4.5cm x 11cm x 4.5cm and 350g.