This Arkansas golden healer cluster has a selection of FOUR quartz crosses - somebody must need some serious help because usually it's rare enough to find ONE cross!
These are all penetrator crosses. The 2-3/4" doubly-terminated crystal features a classic through-and-through 1/8x 1+" uncommon needle crystal [among others]. The 1/8x 1-1/2" crystal which penetrated the termination causing a twin end forms the back support for the front rainbow cross of needle twins and bar, overall 7/8x 1". To the side, a third cross up against the 'flying' doubly-terminated one - a 1" twin crossed with a fine nearly 1-1/2" needle. The fourth cross is of a severally-penetrated 1-3/4" doubly-terminated quartz with a 3/4" needle.
There are also an uncommon bent rainbow crystal, a blinding white uniformly rippled, drusy covered base, three points with cleavage,and quite a number with regrowth tips. Coloring ranges from crystal clear through champagne to peachy-golden.
This is a very old soul. Record keepers - and we actually just saw a FIFTH cross - wait till you see it. Make of this treasure what you will....
From the Collier Creek Mine, the overall cabinet size measurements are 2-3/4x 3x 1-7/8" tall.
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