This is a ONE-OF-A-KIND crystal stone that is rarely seen! Usually enhydros have water inside, but this one was turned into a geode and carved into a skull! When Sam and I found this unique gem at the Gem Fair we freaked out and fell in love! We always search for the unique, rare crystal gems that are either hard to find, or never seen before.
This exact crystal was carefully carved into a skull-like form, with it’s head carved opened show-facing a peach-y geode. It’s so beautiful in person! Because of it’s rarity, cut, carve, and colors, this is a true collector’s piece that is not duplicated anywhere else in the world.
Enydro derives from the Greek word; water-within. These water-infused crystals are one of the rarest gemstones! What makes them so particular is the thousands of year old water being trapped inside air pockets. How does this happen? These crystals will grow in or around water tables, forming in skeletal layers that trap the water inside the crystal as they grow! Fascinating!
Geodes are geological secondary formation within sedimentary and volcanic rocks. Geodes are hollow, vaguely circular rocks, in which masses of mineral matter are secluded.
weight: 398 grams
4″ length, 3″tall