Natural Milky Cluster


A beautifully detailed natural Milky Quartz Cluster mineral specimen:

Milky quartz is a natural formation notable for its opaque, translucent appearance, formed by microscopic inclusions of fluid or gas trapped during crystal formation.

Milky Quartz gives us insights into the geological processes of silicon dioxide deposition within subterranean voids. 

Quartz clusters form through a combination of slow crystallization and specific environmental conditions, allowing for the growth of large, well-defined crystal points. This process typically occurs within open cavities or fractures in rocks, where quartz molecules align and accumulate over time, resulting in distinct, symmetrical formations.

Size: 110x80x80mm

Weight: 380g

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