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QUARTZ

Quartz is the most common mineral on the planet and the palette of quartz colors is very diverse. Apart from colorless or pure quartz, it can be a purple, orange, yellow, smoky, pink or black color. There is also a unique polychrome quartz, which is a crystal painted with two or more colors turning into each other.

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AMETHYTS

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BLACK & WHITE BI-COLOR

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GREEN DARK

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OLIVE GREEN

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SMOKY QUARTZ MEDIUM

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AMETRINE

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BLUE MEDIUM

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GREEN LIGHT

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OPAQUE BLUE

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TOPAZ BLUE

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AQUAMARINE GREEN

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CITRINE LIGHT

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GREEN MEDIUM

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OPAQUE GREEN

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WHITE

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Thanks to its wide range of colors, quartz occupies a large niche in the jewelry market.

RG Crystals has been engaged in production of synthetic quartz for 20 years, and our experts constantly strive to improve employed technology. Currently, we can offer more than 20 colors that reflect the natural quartz palette and more than 10 colors, which are not found in nature, and, therefore, are even of greater interest for sophisticated buyers.

In nature, amethysts are rarer than colorless, citrine and smoky quartz varieties. A clean and large crystal of dark amethyst is even more difficult to find due to depletion of natural deposits. Amethyst, which is manufactured by RG Crystals, has a magnificent violet color with a noticeable reddish hint. Such a hint is only typical for the most expensive natural amethyst, which is very popular in the market and obtained from certain Brazilian deposits.

RG Crystals experts have also made considerable progress in citrine production. We are pleased to offer not only such common colors as gold and lemon yellow citrine, but also saturated orange, honey and even red-yellow (Madera) colors that are rarely found in nature.

Our experts were also able to reproduce complex ametrine. This stone's name indicates the dual nature of the mineral that combines the properties of amethyst and citrine. Thanks to its unusual two-tone color, this variety of quartz has become increasingly popular in the global jewelry market.

As green-colored quartz is rarely found in nature, green quartz supplied by RG Crystals continues to remain in demand.

Our products offer a detailed imitation of natural colors and shades, and our experts are always seeking to expand the range of produced quartz colors.

Advanced synthesis technology enables us to obtain quartz of almost any preferred color and density. Color transition is also possible. We grow a milky-white, milky-green and milky-blue, and even a blue quartz, which has no analogue in nature.

We strive to ensure that our color palette can satisfy the requirements of the most sophisticated clients.

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