Lab grown Quartz
Bit of an odd one, this – this is a piece of laboratory grown Quartz.
Only 1 left in stock
Lab grown Quartz
Bit of an odd one, this - this is a piece of laboratory grown Quartz. Quartz is grown when particularly pure pieces are required - for example, for watchmaking.
The process is one I don't fully understand; the Quartz is crushed and then held at a high temperature with an immense amount of pressure. After some months, the Quartz turns into a gas and grows on small seed crystals. This process results in perfectly pure Quartz crystals.
I currently only have a single piece in stock - it measures approximately 200x20x15MM. Might be an interesting piece for collectors.
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