Jewels, Necklaces and Pendants of natural hard stones

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Natural stone pendants and necklaces

The creativity of the members of our group has given rise to a series of jewels and costume jewelery made using natural semi-precious stones carefully worked and polished. Among the main varieties you will find: Agate, Chalcedony, Jasper, Labradorite, Tiger’s eye and Quartz. Let yourself be inspired by our creations to add a touch of color to your days.

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Natural stone pendants and necklaces

PENDANTS

Pendants in natural semi-precious stones carefully worked and polished with a stainless steel ring. Ideal to give vent to your creativity and give life to splendid and colorful jewels.

On request, waxed cotton cords with lobster clasp can also be purchased at a price of € 1,00 each.

AGATE

Chemical formula: SiO2
Agate is a variety of chalcedony, a generic name given to quartz when it occurs in compact masses of microcrystalline silica with fibrous-oriented texture. When the agate is presented in flat and parallel bands, of contrasting color (light / dark), it takes the name of onyx.


AMETHYST

Chemical formula: SiO2
The jasper (a word that is of Persian origin, but also connected with the Greek-Latin iaspis, “mottled stone”) is a mono-mineralogical sedimentary rock, that is formed by a single mineral, composed of Quarzo, and often containing some impurities, usually iron compounds that give the rock vivid colors, making it sought after as a semi-precious stone for manufactoring in factories.


CHALCEDONY

Chemical formula: SiO2
Chalcedony is the generic name that is given to quartz when it occurs in compact masses of microcrystalline silica with a fibrous-oriented texture. The name derives from the Greek Χαλκηδών (Chalkedón), referring to Chalcedon, the ancient mining town of Bitinia (today Kadiköy, in Turkey) with a port on the Marmara Sea, in whose surroundings the material used to create ornaments was extracted. All varieties are considered hard stones and used for ornamental purposes, since ancient times, especially for the creation of cameos and carvings.


JASPER

Chemical formula: SiO2
Jasper (a word that is of Persian origin, but also connected with the Greek-Latin iaspis, “mottled stone”) is a mono-mineralogical sedimentary rock, that is, formed from a single mineral, composed of Quartz, and often containing some impurities, usually iron compounds that give the rock lively colors, making it sought after as a semi-precious stone for processing in factories.


LABRADORITE

Chemical formula: (Ca,Na)(Si,Al)4O8
Labradorite is a variety of anorthite with an albite / anortite ratio ranging from 30/70 to 50/50. With chemical formula (Na, Ca) (Al, Si) 4O8 with traces: Fe; K; H2O. In its best forms and colors it is used in jewelry; these pieces have the particularity of possessing a play of colors from the metallic reflection normally varying between blue and green, but in the best specimens it can show the whole color spectrum.


QUARTZ

Chemical formula: SiO2
Quartz is a very common mineral, the most widespread in the earth’s crust, and has always interested humans for its numerous and advantageous applications. It is the main constituent of many types of rocks: it can occur in the form of large crystals and in compact microcrystalline varieties. It is appreciated as an ornamental stone and is widely used in industry.


TIGER’EYE

Chemical formula: SiO2
Tiger’s eye (also called tiger eye) is a chatoyant gemstone that is usually a metamorphic rock with a golden to red-brown colour and a silky lustre. As members of the quartz group, tiger’s eye and the related blue-coloured mineral hawk’s eye gain their silky, lustrous appearance from the parallel intergrowth of quartz crystals and altered amphibole fibres that have mostly turned into limonite.


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