Pink Tourmaline, Campo de Cielo Meteorite & Herkimer Diamond Multi-Stone Sterling Silver Pendant
Campo de Cielo Meteorite, Herkimer Diamond, Moldavite, Tourmaline & Ethiopian Opal Sterling Silver Pendant.
* Campo de Cielo Meteorite, Herkimer Diamond, Moldavite, Tourmaline & Ethiopian Opal Sterling Silver Pendant
* 11.2 g total weight
* Set in SOLID .925 Sterling Silver
* Stamped .925
* Measures approximately 1" x 1 1/2" including bail
This amazing pendant boasts five complimentary stones set in a circle. A Campo de Cielo Meteorite, Herkimer Diamond, Moldavite, pink Tourmaline Rough * Ethiopian Opal all bezel set in simple Sterling Silver. The combination of the stones is stunning and unique and creates an interesting conversation piece.
Campo de Cielo Meteorite hit an area in Argentina and was first discovered in 1571. This meteorite is thought to have fallen 4,000-6,000 years ago. Pieces range in size from grains of sand to 35 tons.
Moldavite is a green translucent silica meteoric glass created by a large cosmic velocity meteorite which vaporized when it struck the earth in Nordlingen, Germany. A small percentage of that vapor was propelled into the ionosphere by the impact explosion through the hole punched in the earth's dense atmosphere. When this silica vapor reached the cold of outer space, it condensed then solidified and fell back to earth creating a strewn field of lime green tektite, several hundred miles away in the Moldau River Valley north of Prague, Czechoslovakia. Thus the name, Moldavite.
The Herkimer diamond is a double pointed Quartz Crystal that has already been faceted by nature. The Herkimer comes from only one place - Herkimer, New York, in the United States. The bedrock in which the crystals are found began forming approximately half a billion years ago in a shallow Cambrian Sea that lapped against the southern shores of the ancestral Adirondack Mountains.
Tourmaline comes in every color of the rainbow and are considered rare and can be quite expensive. Its vast popularity as a gemstone began in 1876, when mineralogist and jeweler George Kunz sold a Green Tourmaline from Maine to the famous Tiffany and Co. in New York, and its desirability spread. More recently it has become a favorite of metaphysical collectors and practitioners for its versatile energy properties.
Lastly, Spectacular Ethiopian Opal. It is a newer Opal discovered in the Welo district in 2008. A hydrophane Opal that forms in nodules within volcanic ash in seams between rhyolite layers. It occurs in a variety of colors and patterns and displays brilliant flashes of color.
Comes on a free chain and in a gift box, perfect for gift giving!
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