This matrix specimen features about a dozen rather equant, glassy amethyst crystals, to 2.5 cm across. They are "cute," just perched amidst a nest of clear quartz so smartly. Some of the pristine amethyst crystals are doubly-terminated; others have formed scepters. The deepest lavender color is centered at the terminations, which has resulted in formation of internal zones and "phantoms." A really fine combination piece, and amethyst is fairly uncommon at this locality as isolated crystals on matrix such as we see here.