Huge Square Seraphinite Donut Focal Bead Siberian Clinochlore 50mm
Seraphinite's discovery was a lovely stroke of luck. Discovered as a byproduct of an iron mine in Siberia in the 1800s, it was virtually unknown on the market until about 10 years ago and 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 (side to side, not corner to corner) with a center hole around 12mm. Not drilled.
Seraphinite is a Siberian stone, 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.
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