Tangerine Quartz Crystal Matrix No.217
Array of crystals of varying lengths that point in multiple directions Crystals have slight tangerine tips A fine example of crystal growth on a pink granite slab.
Crystals growth estimated at 30 years
Quartz crystals no.217
Origin of the mining site of
Cristal du Lac, Saguenay Lac-Saint-Jean (Quebec)
Slightly tangerine shade matrix
Size : 16 cm x 6 cm X 7 cm
Weight: 959 grams
The Matrices are extracted in a traditional way by a crystal prospector.
When collecting Crystals on the mining land, prospectors make sure to remove them with the utmost care. No blasting is used on the Cristal du Lac site.
The matrices come from the walls of a fault in granite with a high content of quartz crystals. To extract it, we must first hammer the granite on both sides of the fault using small tools such as a punch and a sledgehammer in order to release it thoroughly. All around there are small crystals that have detached from the walls.
It is a 250 million year old coin. The growth of the crystals is 10 years for 000cm.
Quartz crystal arrays are mainly used as energy amplifier