Beryls are some of the most valuable of all the coloured gemstones, although pure beryl is colourless and is known as Goshenite. Beryls occur in green, yellow, greenish-yellow, blue to blue-green, red, colourless and pink when tinted by impurities. The pink variety is known as Morganite, red is very rare and known as Bixbite. Golden beryl is a yellow-green and called Heliodor.

The most famous varieties of beryl are Aquamarine and Emerald. Aquamarine come
from the latin aqua marina, meaning, "water of the sea" and is a blue or turquoise. The deep blue version of aquamarine is called maxixe. Maxixe is commonly found in the country of Madagascar. Its color fades to white when exposed to sunlight or is subjected to heat treatment, though the colour returns with irradiation. Emerald are green beryl and are coloured by trace amounts of chromium and sometimes vanadium.

Fossilised Mammoth Tusk Ivory is from the modified two upper incisors of the Woolly mammoth. This fossilised ivory or Mastodon ivory is from the fossilised remains of the wooly mammoths (Mammuthus primigenius) that have been extinct since the last 10,000 years. The remains of these huge animals are found in the permafrost in Siberia, Alaska and other regions of Russia. The fossilised ivory is a rare commodity that has high antique and historical value.

Peanut Wood is a silicified (petrified) wood from the Cretaceous age. Peanut Wood is generally black in colour with numerous borings, which were made by a marine wood-boring bivalve shellfish called Teredo. The light coloured areas are what used to be boreholes in the original wood. Peanut Wood is found near Carnarvon, Western Australia and is around 70 million years old.

Charoite & Black Agate
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Charoite and Black Agate
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Charoite is unusual with strange looking spirally strands of fibrous material and chatoyancy and is named after the Charo River near where it is found in the Murun Mountains, Yakutia, Russia. This the only known location for this rare mineral.

The colours range from bright lavender, violet and lilac to dark purple with swirling patterns of black Augite, transparent crystals of microcline feldspar, and/or orange Tinaksite.

Charoite is beleived to be an incredible stone of the Violet Ray with an almost tangible movement of energy flowing in magnificent swirls and eddies of violet, lavender and purple. It is rare and complex, one of nature’s best dream stones and illuminators, allowing access to lessons learned in past lives, healing emotional fears to live in the present, and opening to spiritual guidance for the future.

Black Agate is said to bring the Great Spirit into ones life, attracts good fortune, increase concentration and clarity and promotes good will.

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Materials
Charoite
Black Agate
Sterling Silver

Length 51cm

Weight
90g

Price $275 AUS
$275
Product Info...
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Chariote & Black Agate

Price $275
Weight 90g
Length 51cm

As every piece is 'one of a kind', in the rare event that two people manage to order the same item before the system updates it will be first come, first served. Naturally the other buyer will be fully refunded.

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