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Chrysocolla Malachite and Quartz Crystal Chatoyant Malachite with Azurite Malachite on Quartz Crystal

Copper carbonate mineral

This rare specimen of dark green malachite formed over clear quartz crystals. Mined in the famed Shaba Copper Belt. Long believed to be a sacred stone of protection and pure love.

Kasompi, Rep. Congo Africa

Length/Depth: 0.5 in

Width: 1 in

Height: 1.5 in

Luminous green gem from a mine famed for stunning malachites that form in replacement of azurite. Prized with collectors throughout history, this vibrant mineral is rarely made into jewelry. Malachite is said to be a stone of protection. Milpillas Mine, Near Nacozari, Sonora Mexico

Length:1.42 Inches
Width:1.25 Inches
Depth: .23 Inches

Copper Carbonate Mineral

This rare specimen of dark green malachite formed over clear quartz crystals. Mined in the famed Shaba Copper Belt. Long believed to be a sacred stone of protection and pure love.

Kasompi, Rep. Congo Africa

Length/Depth: 1 in

Width: 1.25 in

Height: 1.27 in

Ethiopian Black Opal Barite Druzy on Quartz Druzy Ethiopian Opal
Ethiopian Black Opal
List Price: $350.00
Our Price: $325.00
Ethiopian Opal
List Price: $350.00
Our Price: $350.00

The bright play-of-color of a precious opal set in a grey body matrix. Fire opals are formed high in the mountains as a result of volcanic activity. They are found as nodules and are a relatively recent discovery.

Shewa Province, Ethiopia

Length/Depth: 0.25 in

Width: 0.75 in

Height: 1.5 in

Diana created this piece in Sterling Silver and it includes a 16 inch Sterling Silver chain.

Length/Depth: 0.5 in

Width: 2 in

Height: 3 in

The bright play-of-color of a precious opal set in a dark body matrix. Fire opals are formed high in the mountains as a result of volcanic activity. They are found as nodules and are a relatively recent discovery.

Shewa Province, Ethiopia

Length/Depth: 0.35 in

Width: 0.75 in

Height: 1.85 in

Sikhote-Alin Meteorite Imilac Pallasite with Olivine Crystals Esquel Pallasite with Olivine Crystals
Sikhote-Alin Meteorite
Our Price: $460.00

Iron-nickel, coarsest octahedrite Shrapnel of the famed daylight meteor that hit Russia Feb 12, 1947, 10:38 am.

The 4.6 billion y.o 11AB meteor, originated in the Asteroid Belt and exploded in our atmosphere.

Sikhote-Alin Mnts, Primorsky Krai, S. Eastern Siberia, Russia

Diana created this piece in Sterling Silver and it includes a 16 inch Sterling Silver chain.


Length/Depth: 0.23 in

Width: 1.5 in

Height: 2 in

Stony-iron, main group pallasite Found in Northern Chile, this highly prized meteorite w. embedded w. translucid golden olivine crystals. A pallasite is planetoid core-mantle boundary material, created by collisions in the early solar system (4.6 bya) Atacama Desert, Northern Chille Found Date: 1822

Length/Depth: 0.25 in

Width: 0.5 in

Height: 1.57 in

Diana created this piece in Sterling Silver and it includes a 16 inch Sterling Silver chain.

Esquel Pallasite Stony-iron, main group pallasite Discovered in Patagonia, 1951, this pallasite slice, embedded w. trans lucid olivine crystal, is one of the most beautiful meteorites yet found. A pallasite is planetoid core-mantle boundary material, created by collisions in the early solar system (4.6 bya) Esquel, Chubut Province, Argentina

Length/Depth: 0.37 in
Width: 0.42 in
Height: 1.44 in

Diana created this piece in Sterling Silver and it includes a 16 inch Sterling Silver chain.