Additional Rutile in Quartz Crystal Items in our Virtual Gallery
Select any rutilated quartz crystal specimen image below to enlarge it.
See also our page displaying gold rutile jewelry, and our pages displaying quartz jewelry, our rutilated quartz crystals and also our rutilated quartz spheres.
For more information about natural rutilated quartz crystal and its history, physical properties, chemistry, occurance, and metaphysical uses be sure to see our rutilated quartz information page.
We also have natural golden rutile quartz crystal gemstones set into handcrafted Golden Rutilated Quartz Jewelry designs in pendants, necklaces, rings, and bracelets.
We have been mining professionally for aquamarine, quartz, citrine, kunzite, topaz, black tourmalines, rutilated quartz and other gem materials for more than 30 years, and we have a very large variety of natural mineral specimens available in many different minerals.
Each of our rutilated quartz crystal mineral specimens was mined in Brazil. The color of tyhe rutile in our rutilated quartz specimens is 100% natural color! Some of our rutilated quartz specimens have golden rutile, and we also have some with orange rutile, with green rutile & with reddish rutile as well as colorless rutile in quartz crystal specimens.
Information about natural rutile in quartz crystal & gold rutile in quartz and their history, physical properties, chemistry, occurance, and metaphysical uses is displayed on our rutilated quartz crystal information page.
To see more rutilated quartz photos, just select another linked image displayed below.
To see photos of another mineral variety, select any item category link in our Mineral Inventory & Factsheet Index.
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We do have additional inventory of natural rutile in quartz crystal mineral specimens in stock, so be sure to let us know if you have any natural rutilated quartz crystal jewlery special requests.
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