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Cabalto Calcite and Watermelon Tourmeline Necklace NECKL476

Cabalto Calcite and Watermelon Tourmeline Necklace NECKL476

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Necklace length: 21 Inches
  • Pendant height: 2 1/4 Inches
  • Pendant width: 7/8 Inches
  • Bead material: Crystal, Gemstone, Glass, Pearl & shell, Silver
  • Can be personalized: No
  • Closure: Hook
  • Recycled: No
  • Chain style: Bead
  • Number of strands: 1
  • Adjustable length: No
  • Spinner: No
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From Laramie, WY
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Description

This is an amazing piece of jewelry! This piece started out with Sarah choosing two stones that went well together. Watermelon Tourmaline and Cobalto Calcite druzy are a dynamic pair. The mineral of Cobalto Calcite is found in cobalt bearing veins that have been affected by carbonated waters. It is found in many cobalt ore locations around the world, but it is the mines of Shaba, Zaire that have produced the most outstanding specimens. Gem and specimen tourmaline is mined chiefly in Brazil and Africa. Some placer material suitable for gem use comes from Sri Lanka. In addition to Brazil, tourmaline is mined in Tanzania, Nigeria, Kenya, Madagascar, Mozambique, Namibia, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, and Malawi. After we cabbed them, I set the watermelon tourmaline with a scalloped bezel and the druzy with a flat bezel to hold both stones in place. The hanger was made so that it could be made into a hanging pendant with a silver chain running through it or a necklace with beads running through it. Sarah chose the latter. The centerpiece is 2 1/4 inches long and 3/4 inches wide, and about 1/4 inch thick, with a 20 inch length. Sarah finished the piece off with an easy-to-install sterling hook and loop clasp. The texture of the druzy and the colors that were chosen in combination of the sterling silver really pop out and say...Hey look at me! Rich red violet and sterling beads make this a great piece to wear. Sarah uses tiger tail for longevity of the necklace. The beads are sterling silver spacers and flowers, garnet, freshwater pearls, Czech glass, Swarovski crystal, China glass, and Chinese charoite. The matching earrings compliment this dynamite look.
This is an amazing piece of jewelry! This piece started out with Sarah choosing two stones that went well together. Watermelon Tourmaline and Cobalto Calcite druzy are a dynamic pair. The mineral of Cobalto Calcite is found in cobalt bearing veins that have been affected by carbonated waters. It is found in many cobalt ore locations around the world, but it is the mines of Shaba, Zaire that have produced the most outstanding specimens. Gem and specimen tourmaline is mined chiefly in Brazil and Africa. Some placer material suitable for gem use comes from Sri Lanka. In addition to Brazil, tourmaline is mined in Tanzania, Nigeria, Kenya, Madagascar, Mozambique, Namibia, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, and Malawi. After we cabbed them, I set the watermelon tourmaline with a scalloped bezel and the druzy with a flat bezel to hold both stones in place. The hanger was made so that it could be made into a hanging pendant with a silver chain running through it or a necklace with beads running through it. Sarah chose the latter. The centerpiece is 2 1/4 inches long and 3/4 inches wide, and about 1/4 inch thick, with a 20 inch length. Sarah finished the piece off with an easy-to-install sterling hook and loop clasp. The texture of the druzy and the colors that were chosen in combination of the sterling silver really pop out and say...Hey look at me! Rich red violet and sterling beads make this a great piece to wear. Sarah uses tiger tail for longevity of the necklace. The beads are sterling silver spacers and flowers, garnet, freshwater pearls, Czech glass, Swarovski crystal, China glass, and Chinese charoite. The matching earrings compliment this dynamite look.

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