Amethyst Crystal & Mineral High Resolution Digital Image 300 DPI Vintage Antique watercolour Illustration Print Poster, Bohemian Wall Art

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Vintage Scientific Amethyst printed watercolor illustration Downloadable at high Resolution (300 dpi) I have been collecting Mineraolagy books for many years. This is a exert from a famous Mineral encyclopedia first published in 1908. These main Files you will receive straight away: - 300 DPI A3 11.7''x16.5'' JPG. 3570 by...
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Vintage Scientific Amethyst printed watercolor illustration Downloadable at high Resolution (300 dpi) I have been collecting Mineraolagy books for many years. This is a exert from a famous Mineral encyclopedia first published in 1908. These main Files you will receive straight away: - 300 DPI A3 11.7''x16.5'' JPG. 3570 by 4950 px (CMYK color) - A High-Quality JPG of the Fig. Description I am limited to a 20MB Upload per file. If you would like to have my original PDF and PSD files as well (300MB each), please message me with your purchase and I will send you the link. This format allows for incredible flexibility when printing. Prints beautifully on the standard printers as well as professional ones. I have printed most of these images in A3 and they look great Owning this file allows you to print on the material and in the size you want. You can print this image on different papers, canvas, and even fabric! Possible uses include Mixed Media Arts, Collage & Decoupage, Scrapbooking, Paper Crafts & Card Making, Temp Tattoos, Digital Arts, Banners, Labels & Tags, Paper Weights, Magnets, Coasters... the list goes on! The Prints areas the artist intended with a hint of patina, files can be edited, enhanced, or colour graded as you require :) The following is a key to the different amethyst from around the world 1. Amethyst, clear, with smooth, six-sided pyramid. Iredell Co., North Carolina, U. S. A. 2. Amethyst, the faces of one rhombohedron are bright and those of the other are rough. At the top of the crystal is a small basal plane, which is of extremely rare occurrence in quartz. Brazil. 3. Amethyst, the two rhombohedra are of different sizes. Minas Geraes, Brazil. 4. Amethyst, two large crystals irregularly grown together. “Siberia" (probably Mursinsk, Ekaterinburg, Urals). 5. Amethyst, one rhombohedron large, the other small. Brazil. 6. Amethyst, with hopper-shaped depressions on the faces. Zillerthal, Tyrol. 7. Amethyst, with a form resembling that of "Sceptre-quartz". The crystal has a slight helical twist about the vertical axis. Rothenkopf, Zillerthal, Tyrol. 8. Amethyst, cross-section of a large crystal. Three sectors are violet and the nate sectors colourless. Brazil. 9. Citrine (or "occidental topaz"), probably a "burnt" amethyst. Minas Geraes, Brazil

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