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The Septarian Nodule beads were formed between 50 to 70 million years ago. As a result of volcanic eruptions, dead sea life was chemically attracted to the sediment around them, forming mud balls. As the ocean receded, the balls dried and cracked. Due to their bentonite content they also shrank in size, creating the cracks inside. As decomposed shells seeped down into the cracks in the mud balls, calcite crystals formed. The outer thin walls of calcite then transformed into aragonite.

The name Septarian comes from the Latin word "septem", meaning seven, because the mud balls had a tendency to crack in 7 points in every direction, thereby creating the distinctive pattern these nodules exhibit. Septarians are composed of Calcite (The Yellow Centres), Aragonite (The Brown Lines), and the outer grey rock is Limestone.

Jet is not actually a stone but the fossilised remains of the water logged monkey puzzle tree and occurs in black or dark brown and is a variety of coal known as lignite with the finest jet coming from England.

Jet has a long history of use with Jet jewellery being produced in Britain as long ago as 1500 B.C. and the ancient Romans importing Jet jewellery made in York. Jet carvings were also used as talismans and for mourning in 14th and 15th century Spain.

Diamond has many unequaled qualities and is very unique among minerals.

It is the hardest known substance being a 10 on the Mohs scale, and is 40 times harder than Corundum, which is number 9 on the Mohs scale.

It is the greatest conductor of heat, it has the highest melting point of any substance (7362° F/4090° C). Because of heat conduction, Diamonds are cold to the feel at or below room temperature. When heated, a Diamond will remain hot long after the heat source is removed.

A Diamond has the highest refractive index of any natural mineral. It also has the most dense atomical configuration of any mineral, and is transparent over the greatest number of wavelengths.

Wyoming Jade SOLD
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Wyoming Jade and Old Jade
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Wyoming Jade is considered to be some of the finest nephrite jade in the world and was first described in the Granite Mountains area of central Wyoming in 1936. The term ‘Jade’ is a generic term that actually covers three minerals: Jadeite, Nephrite, and Chloromenianite.

Wyoming Jade is said to promote love, courage, justice, wisdom and self-sufficiency and is believed to be an emotional balancer. It is thought to release negative thoughts and to soothe the mind. Wyoming Jade is a protective stone, said to protect the wearer from harm and to attract good luck and friendship.

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Materials
  • Wyoming Jade
  • Egyptian Silver

Length 105cm

Weight
47g

Price $195 AUS
$195
Product Info...
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Wyoming Jade

Price $195
Weight 105g
Length 47cm

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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