Amethyst Cut Base Polished Free Form Specimen


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Cut Base Free Form Amethyst Cluster

Amethyst is a member of the quartz crystal family. Our cut base amethyst geode clusters come from Uruguay or Brazil They have a flat bottom so they stand nicely and the rim of the amethyst is polished agate. Agate naturally forms around the sparkling amethyst geode interior.

Amethyst Crystal Meaning

Amethyst for Meditation, Relaxation and Protection

Amethyst opens the crown chakra, connecting you to spiritual energy and raising your vibration. It is commonly used to help bolster energetic boundaries, to create calmness and to foster spiritual awakening.

Energetically, amethyst invokes feelings of peace and protection. 

How To Use

Place an amethyst specimen in bedroom, living room or use it in your meditation room. Amethyst is good for any room in which you would like to feel peaceful, protected and emotionally stable. Amethyst will help you connect to your crown chakra and heighten psychic gifts, and increase wisdom and insight.

This specimen will make a loving gift for a close friend or loved one. 


7th, crown chakra

Astrological Sign

Aquarius, Pisces


Specimens are sold by weight. They vary in size and shape, starting in approximate size of 3.0x4.5" to the bigger ones which are approximately 6.0"x7.0".


  • We intuitively choose your stone(s) for you with care.
  • Please note, this is a natural specimen and size, color, shape, and texture may vary. Colors range from a dark grape shade, lavender or almost white.

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Only Quality Authentic Gemstones

All our crystals are ethically-sourced, authentic gemstones purchased from a direct representative of the mine that produces them. Most jewelry is sourced directly from certified gemologists.