Rock crystal quartz

Quartz rock crystal

Rock crystal is part of the macrocrystalline quartz family, its name comes from the Greek “krystallos” which means ice, because the crystal was considered in antiquity to be eternal ice.
The name “quartz” was introduced by Georgius Agricola (1494/1555) in 1529, a 16th century scholar considered the father of mineralogy.
Quartz rock crystal was already known in Roman times, it was traded from the Alps as “petrified ice”.
The peoples of the East considered quartz rock crystal as a stone of patience and perfection.
Rock crystal is the colorless and most common variant of the mineral quartz.
There are crystals of several tons, it is a very common mineral in nature, but those that can be cut in gem quality are rare.
Quartz rock crystal is used as a cultural accessory, in a ball, carved, in jewelry, jewelry and ornamentation.

Fine stone rock crystal

Beautiful fine stone rock crystal crystals come from Kenya and Madagascar, also from Brazil, Minas Gerais, Goias, Bahia and French Guyana.
Fine stone rock crystal is commonly used in costume jewellery, but for rare pieces without inclusions, these fine stones have their place in jewelery and jewelry.
In lithotherapy, rock crystal energizes the positive energy of a person or a place, it harmonizes the chakras, and amplifies the energy of other minerals.