Epidote with Quartz, from Daye, Hubei Province, China (No.79)

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Epidote with Quartz, from Daye, Hubei Province, China (No.79)Epidote with Quartz, from Daye, Hubei Province, China

Measurements Approx.
Height - 3.5 cm
Width - 3.4 cm
Length - 5 cm

Epidote is a silicate mineral that is commonly found in regionally metamorphosed rocks of low-to-moderate grade. In these rocks, epidote is often associated with amphiboles, feldspars, quartz, and chlorite.


Quartz is both one of the most common crystals on Earth and at the same time one of the most useful. Growing in clusters, as a massive or sometimes as individual points it is found worldwide with some regions having distinctive characteristics such as the clarity of Penas Blancas quartz from Columbia or what are known as "skinny points” from Arkansas in the USA or the colours of Orange River Quartz from Africa. Individual crystals or entire clusters may exhibit inclusions of other material such as Chlorite or a cloud like looking inclusion which is some times rather too as "fairy mist”.

One of Quartz’s most frequent uses is said to amplify the properties of other crystals. It can also be a very uplifting crystal, raising our spirits with its internal rainbows which are made from fractures within the crystal, whilst also having the potential to be very calming. It may also be used to work with all of our Chakras.

Quartz though is a great all-round crystal which may be used to perform a variety of task and help with any personal needs, as well as being simply a beautiful crystal to admire and to enjoy.