Name Aqua Aura 
Origin Aqua aura is a term used to describe a natural crystal that has been coated with gold fumes. It is created in a vacuum chamber from quartz crystals and gold vapor by a process known as vapour deposition. The quartz is heated to 871 C (1600 F) in a vacuum, and then gold vapor is added to the chamber. Additional elements can be used to treat quartz, such as cobalt, titanium, and copper. The colouring of this treatment is only on the surface, so all faceted and polished material you find has been treated after the quartz has been polished.