Pink, Purple and violet Gems and Minerals

Stock Photography By Greg C Grace

Various Pink, Purple and violet Gems, Minerals and Crystal specimens from around the world.

Amethyst twin crystal
Amethyst twin crystal
#630452
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Amethyst crystal cave, goede half
Amethyst crystal cave, goede
#505747
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Rubelite, pink tourmaline gemstone
Rubelite, pink tourmaline
#630342
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Amethyst Buddha carving
Amethyst Buddha carving
#630590
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Fluorite crystal, purple on white background
Fluorite crystal, purple on
#537438
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Kunzite crystal
Kunzite crystal
#633601
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Purple sapphire gemstone
Purple sapphire gemstone
#630458
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Pink spinel gemstone
Pink spinel gemstone
#630450
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Pink sapphire gemstone
Pink sapphire gemstone
#630463
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Violet Fluorite octahedron on white background
Violet Fluorite octahedron on
#506509
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Rhodonite sphere
Rhodonite sphere
#630356
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Amethyst gemstone
Amethyst gemstone
#630349
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Kunzite gemstone
Kunzite gemstone 'Pink
#548927
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Pink tourmaline crystal
Pink tourmaline crystal
#630464
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Violet Sapphire gemstone
Violet Sapphire gemstone
#630348
© Greg C Grace
Amethyst gems and crystals
Amethyst gems and crystals
#505746
© Greg C Grace

 

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Image Details for Pink, Purple and violet Gems and Minerals

1. Amethyst twin crystal. Amethyst twin crystal on white background

2. Amethyst crystal cave, goede half. Amethyst geode half, 54cm. Amethyst is a member of the gem-quality quartz mineral group that forms terminated crystals. Amethyst crystals form largely in pegmatitic and hydrothermal deposits, with smaller crystals found in sedimentary and metamorphic rock. They are found widespread across the globe.

3. Rubelite, pink tourmaline gemstone. Large pink tourmaline (Rubelite) gemstone on marble

4. Amethyst Buddha carving. Amethyst Buddha carving on white backgrouns

5. Fluorite crystal, purple on white background. Fluorite is calcium fluoride, also known as ‘flurospar’. Fluorite is transparent to translucent and displays a wide colour range, most notably; blue, violet, green, yellow and orange. It is often pastel or light in hue, but some specimens can be rich or dark with colour zoning or inclusions. Fluorite forms in the cubic crystalline system, in medium and high temperature hydrothermal veins.

6. Kunzite crystal. Large Kunzite terminated crystal on white background

7. Purple sapphire gemstone. Purple sapphire gemstone on white background

8. Pink spinel gemstone. Round cut Pink spinel gemstone on marble

9. Pink sapphire gemstone. Pink sapphire gemstone on white background

10. Violet Fluorite octahedron on white background. Fluorite is calcium fluoride, also known as ‘flurospar’. Fluorite is often pastel or light in tone, but some specimens can be rich or dark with colour zoning or banding. Fluorite forms in the cubic crystalline system.

11. Rhodonite sphere. Large Rhodonite sphere on white background

12. Amethyst gemstone. Large emerald-cut Amethyst gemstone on white background

13. Kunzite gemstone 'Pink Spodumene' on white background. Kunzite is the pink-violet variety of Spodumene. With large specimens being found it is popular amongst collectors as natural crystals or as cut gemstones. Gemstones can often be quite large.

14. Pink tourmaline crystal. Pink tourmaline terminated crystal on white background

15. Violet Sapphire gemstone. Violet Sapphire on white background

16. Amethyst gems and crystals. Amethyst is a member of the gem-quality quartz mineral group that forms terminated crystals. Amethyst crystals form largely in pegmatitic and hydrothermal deposits, with smaller crystals found in sedimentary and metamorphic rock. They are found widespread across the globe.

 

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