Not affected by sandpaper on the bottom
Depending on lighting, intense light, triangles everywhere
Violet/light purple fluorescence
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It looks likes amethyst, which is a form of purple/violet quartz, often used in jewelry.
In the Brazilian state of Minas Gerais amethyst occurs with volcanic rocks.