This section of the crystal shop is reserved for the rare crystal specimens and rare stones that I have for sale.These pieces come to us from all over the world and are either from a well known locality, have special features or mineral combinations or are in great condition! If you have been looking for rare crystals for sale then this is the spot for you!
We offer a large variety of rare crystals in raw and polished forms as well as clusters and points. This may include crystal formations such as Rhodonite, Aragonite or some combinations like Lepidolite and Tourmaline, Mangano Calcite, Silver Muscovite, Albite and Aquamarine and plenty of others. Read more about rare crystals at the bottom of the page!
Rare crystals vary in different colors, shapes and sizes. They are known as rare because they are hard to find and contain unique combinations that don’t occur often. These crystals have as many benefits and healing powers as the more popular ones. They are also very well known and desired in the crystal collecting community as a way to make collections more diverse and valuable. Some of the crystals in this section may not be as rare, but could be of great quality!
Rare gemstones can be members of different families. They can be pieces of one particular mineral or combinations of established crystals, they can even be ‘pseudomorph’ crystals where one takes over another during the formation process. Crystals that are paired up together are typically because of natural causes such as wind, rain and water. They basically get mixed together when crystals of one material get in the way of crystals of another material.
Typically rare crystals will be something that collectors will be more interested in from a geological or personal interest factor versus specifically to a healing property.
What are Rare Crystals?
Rare crystals are, as the name suggests, minerals that are rarer to find in nature than other types. It’s due to the fact that they require conditions like specific temperature, pressure as well as elements that are less commonly found in the Earth’s crust. This is why they usually take thousands of years to form which would result in them being available in limited quantities. Other than that, they are also hard to find because of the small number of places where they can naturally form. Or even how hard it is for them to be mined.
Rare crystals have a large number of properties just like the more common crystals. Depending on the type of the crystal they can provide anything from serenity and peace to creativity and fiery passion. They can also guide in your healing with their potent energies. The effects can be boosted when it comes to rare gemstones that are combinations of different crystals. For example, the combination of Smoky Quartz and Schorl Tourmaline is perfect for shielding from negative energies and the pairing of Fujian Fluorite and Gray Quartz can help you with purifying and cleansing your energy.
Rare crystals can be used in many different ways. The most common one is placing them in your space to benefit your well-being and bring a specific energy. They also double down as a unique and beautiful way to upgrade your home décor which will for sure be eye catching. Rare crystals are also a great addition to your crystal collection if you’re looking for varieties that most people haven’t even heard of. You can even gift them if you have someone in your life who is an avid crystal lover, they will for sure be amazed and honored to have such a unique breathtaking gemstone!
What is the rarest crystal?
Determining the rarest crystal can be a subjective and complex endeavor, as rarity often depends on various factors, including geological occurrences, accessibility, and market demand. Which can be changing all the time based on new discoveries. However, one contender for the title of the rarest crystal is Red Beryl, also known as Bixbite or Scarlet Emerald. This stunning gemstone derives its vibrant red color from traces of manganese within the beryl mineral structure. Red Beryl is exceptionally scarce and is primarily found in a few locations worldwide, notably in parts of the United States, such as Utah and New Mexico. Its scarcity, coupled with its mesmerizing beauty, makes Red Beryl one of the most sought-after and prized gemstones in the world, commanding high prices in the gemstone market. Its rarity and limited availability have cemented its status as one of the rarest crystals cherished by collectors and enthusiasts alike.
Are Rare Crystals More Powerful?
The power of crystals is not determined by their rarity. It is the inherent energetic properties and resonance with individuals that make a crystal powerful. Common crystals, like clear quartz or amethyst, are widely accessible yet potent. Rare crystals may offer unique benefits, given you may not find these stones and their specific properties as often, but rarity alone does not guarantee greater power. Although their uniqueness and ability to find them may increase your personal power connection. The key is aligning with a crystal's energy that resonates with one's intentions and needs. It is the individual's connection and receptivity that ultimately determine a crystal's perceived power.
If you’re looking for something a little more unusual or a special piece for your collection then this section is definitely a great place to start! If you are looking more to make a statement, then check out my large crystals for sale!
Rare Crystals & Rare Gemstones For Sale
Minerals for Collectors
Rare Stones and Crystals
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