Gold, a Native Element, crystallizes in massive forms, grains, flakes, dendritic forms, plates, nuggets, and, rarely, in octahedral, cubic, and rhombododecahedral crystals.
The colour range includes shades of golden yellow, silver-white, orange-red, and sometimes, green and peach (i.e. Black-Hills Gold). The Oxford Dictionary reported that the occurrence of Gold was first recorded in A.D. 725.
The chemical designation is: AU
Hardness ranges from 2.5 - 3
Weight: 8.45 g
Specimen Locality: Western Australia
The occurence of Gold with Quartz Crystal is not only beautiful, but rare. Gold symbolizes the Sun and the purity of the spiritual aspect of "All That Is". It is symbolic of spirituality and development in the realm of complete understanding.