Morado Opal, Printstone, Pinolith and Ruby in Fuchsite Bead Necklace
Morado Opal, Printstone, Pinolith and Ruby in Fuchsite Bead Pendant
* 3/4" hand cut round two sided bead-purple opalite and printstone
* 1 5/8" x 7/8" two sided bead- Ruby in Fuschite and Pinolith
* Bronze guitar string wire 19"
* Bronze S hook clasp with 4 1/2" bronze extension loops
Pinolith - A very rare semi-precious stone. It comes from only one place in the world, a magnesite deposit located in Lower Tauern, a mountain range of the Central Eastern Alps in Austria, where pinolith was discovered in 1873.
Morado Opal - Discovered in central Mexico. It is found in swirls of purple and white. Like all opals they are delicate in need to be stored with care.
Ruby in Fuchsite - Bright red spectacular hexagonal corundum crystals, AKA ruby in green fuchsite make a striking combo. Found in India, Brazil and Russia.
Printstone = Printstone is found on a hillside near Tom Price in the Pilbara Australia. The graphic patterns make this stone interesting and unique. It is a soft stone a takes a satin mat finish.
You might find yourself closing your eyes and holding this stone that you're wearing. Sorry the pictures don't fully show-off the three dimensional, tactile joy of a hand-cut bead.