Origin: New York | USA
Name: Herkimer Diamond | Rock Crystal Double Ender
English: Herkimer Diamond | Diamond natural
Shape: Single crystal | Twin crystal
Colour: transparent | crystal clear with cloud-like inclusions
Machining: natural rough stones
Quality: AB grading
Size: M | approx. 8 - 10 mm → measured from tip to tip
Herkimer diamonds → Variety of quartz are double-terminated rock crystals named after the place where they were found. They are a valuable special form of the double-terminated quartz.
Herkimer are the purest and clearest crystals in the world, uncut and naturally perfect. Occasional depressions on the crystal faces, not quite perfect peaks or edges are the result of natural growth or traces of mining. Typical for Herkimer diamonds are liquid and organic inclusions in the form of small bubbles or black charcoal-like inclusions of anthraxolite.
Herkimer can be added to the basic mixture in gemstone water. As an addition, the effectiveness can be further enhanced and strengthened, as they are excellent healing stones, which makes them popular combination stones in water mixtures. When using the stones to make gemstone water, teapots with a strainer insert are therefore suitable.
AB-grade ‣ Colour: crystal clear, slightly smoky to milky white with inclusions. Occasional pits on crystal faces, not quite perfect tips or edges have occurred during natural growth. Occasional salvage marks or irregular crystallisation present. Typical are liquid and organic inclusions or black charcoal-like inclusions.
Herkimer | Crystal Healing
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Scope of supply
5 Herkimer diamonds
The photos serve as sample images and show a selection of our stones. You will receive an item that corresponds in shape and quality to the sample picture.
Literaturverzeichnis | Steinheilkunde
Michael Gienger | Heilsteine Steine von A - Z | Verlag Neue Erde
Aschberg D. Stephan | Das große Lexikon der Heilsteine | Verlag Weltbild
Edith Schaufelberger-Landherr | Die Kraft der Steine | Eigenverlag