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Quartz Scepter (very light Amethyst)
stock #18.1-263
Fat Jack Mine, Bradshaw Mountains, Yavapai County
Arizona, United States
5.6 x 4.2 x 3 CM (small cabinet/large miniature)
price: $250
Worldwide mix summer

A delicate matrix scepter with just a faint hint of purple and fine transparency. There are several small Quartz in parallel position that makes for a complex cluster. In excellent condition, this is not the typical form for the Fat jack, almost every scepter is more thick and few are on matrix, but we are assured by the collector that this did indeed come from a small find in 2000. Choice.
Amethyst -Siamese twin scepters
stock #17.1-135
Karur
Tamil Nadu, India
2.4 x .8 x .5 CM (thumbnail)
price: $520
Spring 2017

A killer thumbnail of conjoined scepters with amazing form and perfection. The scepter heads have many tiny inclusions that look like rutile but could be lepidocrocite or similar material. The delicate purple color is softly zoned and all is fully transparent. No damage, from recent finds at Karur, we are very active seeking good materials from this locality, it has great potential but produces very few fine pieces like this. Exceptional for the locale or from anyplace. Choice, esthetic and really unusual.
Quartz V. Amethyst with scepters
stock #Alec 24-122
Cerro de Concordia, Piedra Parada
Veracruz, Mexico
4.8 x 4.5 x 1.8 CM (miniature)
price: $240
Spring 2014

From the newest find at Cerro de Concordia, a pretty spray with distinct sceptering of the main crystal. Bright, colorful and undamaged with attractive form. There are some tiny orange flake-like inclusions as well.
Quartz V. Amethyst Parallel growth scepters
stock #6.2-932
Ashaway Village, Hopkinton, Washington County
Rhode Island, United States
10.2 x 4.5 CM (cabinet)
price: $450


A very good example from this now classic find in Rhode Island. Light purple cap to the piece has very minor chipping but is far better than most which have easilly noticed damage. The milky shaft provides great contrast and the overall impression is excellent. These scepters are quite rare on the market and this is a good one.
4 specimens found
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