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Amethyst Ethiopian Black Opal Barite Druzy on Quartz Druzy
Amethyst
Our Price: $210.00
Ethiopian Black Opal
List Price: $350.00
Our Price: $325.00

Arizona Amethyst Silica mineral Rare crystalline amethyst slice from a small boutique mine. This unique custom lapidary work has been cut along the vertical crystal planes to reveal a beautiful combination of opaque and transparent purple. Tiger Mine, Pinal County Tiger, AZ

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

Ethiopian Opal Campo del Cielo Meteorite Sikhote-Alin Meteorite
Ethiopian Opal
List Price: $350.00
Our Price: $350.00
Campo del Cielo Meteorite
Our Price: $450.00
Sikhote-Alin Meteorite
Our Price: $460.00

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

Iron-nickel, coarse octahedrite “Thumbprint” fragment of a 4.6 billion y.a. M-type meteor from the Asteroid Belt between Mars and Jupiter.

Found by Indians who told the Spanish in 1576 of a stone that fell from the sky. Gran Chaco, Gualamba, Argentina Fall date: approx. 5000 ya

Length/Depth: 0.25 in

Width: 1.25 in

Height: 2.2 in

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

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

Imilac Pallasite with Olivine Crystals Esquel Pallasite with Olivine Crystals

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.