Indulge in the captivating allure of this extraordinary Calcite crystal cluster on matrix from Pakistan, a true masterpiece of nature's artistry. This stunning formation boasts a harmonious blend of crystalline beauty and geological splendor. The Calcite crystals, intricately clustered on their mineral matrix, create a mesmerizing display of intricate forms and delicate hues. Each crystal reflects the geological history of its origin, showcasing the earth's natural artistry in its unique and diverse patterns. The soft, ethereal tones of the Calcite crystals contrast gracefully with the rugged texture of the matrix, adding a touch of elegance to this geological masterpiece. Whether displayed as a focal point in your home or incorporated into your crystal collection, this piece is a testament to the mesmerizing beauty that emerges when nature combines precision and creativity in the formation of crystals.
||Calcite crystal cluster on matrix
||H: 5 x W: 9.3 x D: 5.7 cm
||Baluchistan Province, Pakistan
Calcite is one of the most common minerals. It occurs in a wide variety of shapes and colors and is a major part of the earth's rock. Calcite belongs to the calcite group of minerals, a group of carbonates that are related to the calcite group of carbonates. They are similar in many physical properties, and may partially or fully replace one another, forming a solid solution series. All members of the calcite group crystallize in the trigonal system, have perfect rhombohedra cleavage, and exhibit strong double refraction in transparent rhombohedrum's.
There are amorphous to each other, Calcite and Aragonite. Calcite and Aragonite have different crystal structures. Calcite and Aragonite form orthorhombic crystals. Sometimes the crystals of Calcite and Aragonite are too small to be seen by the naked eye. Microcrystalline forms of Calcite or Aragonite may not be the same as the real thing.
|| Clear and balance the chakras
||Vitreous, Sub-Vitreous, Resinous, Waxy, Pearly
||White, Yellow, Red, Orange, Blue, Green, Brown, Gray
Calcite is colorless or white when pure but may be of almost any color—reddish, pink, yellow, greenish, bluish, lavender, black, or brown—owing to the presence of diverse impurities. It may be transparent, translucent, or opaque.