CANADIAN AURALITE AMETHYST

Auralite Amethyst, handpicked from the boreal forest of Northwestern Ontario, Canada. This particular variant of Chevron Amethyst can only be found in Canada and absolutely nowhere else. It is unique to the specific locality because of its natural concoction and origin. These specimens are thought to be 1.2-1.5 billion years old, and had begun to form after several meteoric impacts within the region. Both earthly and cosmic elements were infused within the matrix during formation.

This Amethyst is also often known as “Auralite-23”. You would have read that 23 different types of minerals might have been identified amongst the collective, but it is extremely rare for a single matrix to contain all of the specified minerals. Out of the listed minerals, a single crystal matrix contains only about 2-7 of them. The crystal itself is purple Amethyst and the minerals that are often easily observed include golden goethite, black goethite, hematite, limonite etc. Sometimes, you may identify citrine and prasiolite. Some other precious minerals that are not visible to the naked eye include gold, silver, platinum etc.

Auralite Amethyst Wand

AURALITE AMETHYST WAND

Distinct chevrons layer along the length of the specimen. Like tree rings, they are indicative of the age of the crystal.

Red Cap Auralite Amethyst

RED-TIP AURALITE AMETHYST

Only 1 out of approximately 100 auralite specimens found are natural points with a layer of red hematite.

Black Tip Auralite

BLACK-TIP AURALITE AMETHYST

Unlike the Red-tip Auralite, the colour of the terminations are not caused by a layer of hematite coating, but inclusions of golden goethite & black hematite needles within the crystals.

White Tip Auralite

WHITE-TIP AURALITE AMETHYST

One of the rarest variant in the Auralite Amethyst family. Capped with translucent quartz head that is dusted with speckles of hematite, its pristine aesthetics definitely testifies to the statement, 'less is more!'

Emerald Auralite (Prasiolite Auralite)

EMERALD AURALITE (PRASIOLITE AMETHYST)

Rare. Having exposed to high geothermal heat and irradiation, portions of the Amethyst have transformed into Citrine (yellow) and Prasiolite (green).