Collection: Freeform, Geodes and Clusters

Free-form stones are usually cut to maximise the material, this is why they are often very beautiful stones to work with for unique jewellery designs.

A crystal cluster is a group of crystals which are formed in an open space environment and exhibit euhedral crystal form determined by their internal crystal structure. A cluster of small crystals coating the walls of a cavity are called druse.

Geodes, unlike clusters, have all of their terminations located on the inside. They are typically rounded and show no sign of crystals on the outside unless they are broken in half