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Smoky quartz gets its black or, in this case, brown color from elemental silicon suspended in the SiO2 crystals. The elemental silicon is formed when the stone is exposed to radiation, either natural or man-made.

Smoky quartz gets its black or, in this case, brown color from elemental silicon suspended in the SiO2 crystals. The elemental silicon is formed when the stone is exposed to radiation, either natural or man-made.

Smoky Quartz - 260€	 Val Giuv, Sedrun, Vorderrhein, Tujetsch, Graubünden, Switzerland	 Size: 6.1 x 3.7 x 2.4 cm	 This crystal is very gemmy and composed entirely of the best quality you can look for.

Smoky Quartz - 260€ Val Giuv, Sedrun, Vorderrhein, Tujetsch, Graubünden, Switzerland Size: 6.1 x 3.7 x 2.4 cm This crystal is very gemmy and composed entirely of the best quality you can look for.

Fluorite, Chalcedony - El Portezuelo, Sierra de Ascasti, Catamarca, Argentina.

Fluorite, Chalcedony - El Portezuelo, Sierra de Ascasti, Catamarca, Argentina.

Fluorite with smoky Quartz and Albite. Göschener Alp, Valais, Switzerland  Size: 4.7 × 4.1 × 3 cm

Fluorite with smoky Quartz and Albite. Göschener Alp, Valais, Switzerland Size: 4.7 × 4.1 × 3 cm

Smoky Quartz -  Zinggenstock, Grimsel area, Hasli valley, Berner Oberland, Switzerland	 Size: 13.7 x 10 x 9 cm

Smoky Quartz - Zinggenstock, Grimsel area, Hasli valley, Berner Oberland, Switzerland Size: 13.7 x 10 x 9 cm

Fluorite with Smoky Quartz - Zinggenstock, Grimsel, Haslital, Berner Oberland, Switzerland Size: 14.7 x 10.5 x 8.5 cm

Fluorite with Smoky Quartz - Zinggenstock, Grimsel, Haslital, Berner Oberland, Switzerland Size: 14.7 x 10.5 x 8.5 cm

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