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Vogel Style Smoky Citrine Wand Multi-faceted 12-6-24 (4" - 174g)

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4" Long, 174 g/6.14 oz

Beautiful natural Smoky Citrine healing crystal wand.  This beauty has been cut in the Vogel style, double terminated and multi-faceted as 12-6-24.  The interior of this crystal has smoky vein that runs throughout and is totally clear. Custom carrying case included.

Smoky Citrine Quartz is a combination of Citrine and Smoky Quartz, characterized by brownish smoke like wafts within the golden citrine crystal.  It is excellent for removing blocks from one's energy field, clearing the spiritual path, and for enhancing connections to the metaphysical allowing for grounding into everyday reality.

This crystal is 4" in length and tapers from 1.75" to 1.25" in width making it a very nice size to fit comfortably in hand for personal or professional use.

Each crystal is carefully inspected for quality. We check each tip and facet for chips and scratches, we clear old programming and polish it to perfection. We will not accept any returns with damage unless the packaging was severely damaged in shipping. Should that occur, please contact us immediately or do not accept the box.  
The tips of finely cut crystal wands are extremely delicate (and sharp!). The majority of damage to crystal wands typically occurs in the top 1/8” of the tip. Please avoid any contact with the tops of the tips of both male and female ends. In the event of a break, a crystal wand can often be repaired. Repair costs start at $50. Please contact us for more information.
Sizing is approximate. As with all handmade items, the final size may be a touch larger or smaller than as described. True lapidary artists will follow the natural structure of the crystal which may result in slightly different final sizing. 
While we take great care in photographing our crystal items, photographs don’t always accurately show the true color of a particular stone. The colors shown may be slightly deeper or lighter than presented. In most case, the colors and saturation are accurate.