Huge Octagon Seraphinite Donut Focal Bead Siberian Clinochlore 50mm
Stunning, perfectly cut, octagon seraphinite donut. It has unique silver feathery "chatoyant" markings. Its discovery was a lovely stroke of luck as a byproduct of an iron mine in Siberia in the 1800s. Even today, quality material is still relatively rare. It is a gorgeous pine green with silver feathers. I only picked the best available and these are stunning! These stunning focals measure 50mm with a center hole around 12mm. Not drilled.
Seraphinite, also known as Chlinochlore, discovered in the Korshunovskaia iron mine near Lake Baikal in Russia. While it has beautifully feathery markings; cut wrong, it is just a green rock with white dots. Someone with a good eye cut these!
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