Aquamarine Beryl Black Tourmaline Schorl Cabinet Unpolished Crystal Cluster Erongo Namibia
Aquamarine Beryl Black Tourmaline Schorl Cabinet Unpolished Crystal Cluster Erongo Namibia
Aquamarine Beryl Black Tourmaline Schorl Cabinet Unpolished Crystal Cluster Erongo Namibia
Aquamarine Beryl Black Tourmaline Schorl Cabinet Unpolished Crystal Cluster Erongo Namibia
Aquamarine Beryl Black Tourmaline Schorl Cabinet Unpolished Crystal Cluster Erongo Namibia
Aquamarine Beryl Black Tourmaline Schorl Cabinet Unpolished Crystal Cluster Erongo Namibia
Aquamarine Beryl Black Tourmaline Schorl Cabinet Unpolished Crystal Cluster Erongo Namibia
Aquamarine Beryl Black Tourmaline Schorl Cabinet Unpolished Crystal Cluster Erongo Namibia

Aquamarine Beryl Black Tourmaline Schorl Cabinet Unpolished Crystal Cluster Erongo Namibia

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$671.00
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$671.00

This is a beautiful cluster of aquamarine (blue beryl) crystals, and slim black tourmaline (schorl) crystals, from Erongo Region, Namibia. This cluster is a large cabinet cluster from a desirable region, and would enhance any collection! The pale, icy blue aquamarine crystals contrast beautifully with the deep black tourmalin. The crystals has grown atop a white feldspar matrix, giving this cluster additional color and structural contrast. Delicate and rare!

The Erongo region of Namibia is a very well-known modern locality for high-quality beryl, tourmaline, fluorite, and other related minerals. They often form aesthetic combination specimens with a distinctive look.

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Locality: Erongo region, Namibia.

Dimensions: 5.0" x 4.0" x 3.5" (130mm x 104mm x 91mm)

Weight: 556 grams (19.6 oz, 1.23 lbs.)

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Keywords:

Aquamarine--cooling, calming, courage, self-expression. Aquamarine was originally worn as a protective talisman during sea travel. (It is also Colorado's state gem!)

Black Tourmaline--grounding, protection, purification, transmutation of negative energy.

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