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Nice Size Russian Liddicoatite Tourmaline Two Crystal Sidecar Cluster w/ Elestial / Etched Termination Bicolor multi tricolor Display Gems

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Nice Size Russian Liddicoatite Tourmaline Two Crystal Sidecar Cluster w/ Elestial / Etched Termination Bicolor multi tricolor Display Gems

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Overview

  • Vintage handmade item from 1900 - 1909
  • Material: High Grade Russian Tourmaline
  • Favorited by: 21 people
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MysticalInceptions
in Kutztown, Pennsylvania

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This listing is for the exact Liddicoatite Tourmaline Crystal in the photos. It weighs a nice 4.4 grams / 22 carats, and measures 3/4 inch long, 3/8 inch wide. This Cluster is made up of two main crystals. Both Main Crystals are joined together in a sidecar fashion. Both Crystals have the same color scheme; they are the same variety of tourmaline. The smaller Crystal exhibits more pink coloration. The Termination of this smaller crystal is elestial and etched. Basically the top of it looks like a bunch of small individual terminations. The larger Tourmaline Crystal is fully terminated. The bottom of this cluster has a reverse watermelon look to it. I see three very small pink sidecar crystals growing down the body of the largest Tourmaline. They are actually growing the opposite way from the cluster's perspective. This is what is referred to as parallel growth. The specific locality is Malkhan, Transbaikalia, Eastern-Siberian Region, Russia. Please feel free to contact me with any questions you have. I'm not too familiar with the specific healing properties of Liddicoatite. I know it is a rare crystal. I've heard that they assist in yin and yang energy, and soulmate stuff. I can't say anything else for sure as of now. Thanks for looking at my listing.
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This listing is for the exact Liddicoatite Tourmaline Crystal in the photos. It weighs a nice 4.4 grams / 22 carats, and measures 3/4 inch long, 3/8 inch wide. This Cluster is made up of two main crystals. Both Main Crystals are joined together in a sidecar fashion. Both Crystals have the same color scheme; they are the same variety of tourmaline. The smaller Crystal exhibits more pink coloration. The Termination of this smaller crystal is elestial and etched. Basically the top of it looks like a bunch of small individual terminations. The larger Tourmaline Crystal is fully terminated. The bottom of this cluster has a reverse watermelon look to it. I see three very small pink sidecar crystals growing down the body of the largest Tourmaline. They are actually growing the opposite way from the cluster's perspective. This is what is referred to as parallel growth. The specific locality is Malkhan, Transbaikalia, Eastern-Siberian Region, Russia. Please feel free to contact me with any questions you have. I'm not too familiar with the specific healing properties of Liddicoatite. I know it is a rare crystal. I've heard that they assist in yin and yang energy, and soulmate stuff. I can't say anything else for sure as of now. Thanks for looking at my listing.
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