Dinosaur bone and Mexican lace sterling bead necklace 273

$206.00

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Item details

Handmade

Material

Crystal, Gemstone, Glass, Pearl & shell, Silver

Dimensions

Necklace length: 21 Inches; Pendant height: 2 Inches; Pendant width: 1 Inches

The centerpiece of this necklace features a long symmetrical polished gray Mexican Lace agate over a smaller triangular red dinosaur bone, set into sterling silver. Mexican lace agate is also known as Crazy lace agate, and found in Chihuahua in Northern Mexico. It is a banded fortification chalcedony which is infused with iron and aluminum, and ranges in colors from browns, blacks, grays, and yellows swirled together in bands of color. This red dinosaur bone is from the Upper Jurassic period, found in the Morrison Formation centered in Colorado, Wyoming and Utah. I set the two stones in a serrated sterling silver bezel, and backed them with 24 gauge sterling sheet. I created the hanger with a v-cut sterling tube, wrapped with coils of half round sterling. Sarah ran beads of rust reds and grays through the hanger. These beads include more red dinosaur bone, red jasper, Picasso jasper, Pietersite, brecciated red agate, silver leaf agate, cultured pearls, and Czech glass. There are numerous sterling silver spacer beads, and larger square discs of sterling to add to the sparkle of the necklace. The hook and loop style clasp is also sterling silver. This piece is 21 inches in length. The pendant centerpiece measures 2 inches long, by 1 inch wide. This piece is full of earthy tones, and would be excellent for any dinosaur lover!
The centerpiece of this necklace features a long symmetrical polished gray Mexican Lace agate over a smaller triangular red dinosaur bone, set into sterling silver. Mexican lace agate is also known as Crazy lace agate, and found in Chihuahua in Northern Mexico. It is a banded fortification chalcedony which is infused with iron and aluminum, and ranges in colors from browns, blacks, grays, and yellows swirled together in bands of color. This red dinosaur bone is from the Upper Jurassic period, found in the Morrison Formation centered in Colorado, Wyoming and Utah. I set the two stones in a serrated sterling silver bezel, and backed them with 24 gauge sterling sheet. I created the hanger with a v-cut sterling tube, wrapped with coils of half round sterling. Sarah ran beads of rust reds and grays through the hanger. These beads include more red dinosaur bone, red jasper, Picasso jasper, Pietersite, brecciated red agate, silver leaf agate, cultured pearls, and Czech glass. There are numerous sterling silver spacer beads, and larger square discs of sterling to add to the sparkle of the necklace. The hook and loop style clasp is also sterling silver. This piece is 21 inches in length. The pendant centerpiece measures 2 inches long, by 1 inch wide. This piece is full of earthy tones, and would be excellent for any dinosaur lover!

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