This beautiful rose quartz point has been adorned with Larimar and Amethyst and is truly a unique find. This necklace was created using clay and was then electroformed to give it a copper coating before it was soldered for a silver finish. It comes with your choice of chain length and has a sterling silver upgrade option. All metals are lead-free and nickel free, and guaranteed for life. I hope you treasure this piece for many years to come!
Pink specimens of the mineral quartz are given the name Rose Quartz. It is abundant, common, and found in large quantities at numerous locations around the world. It is usually occurring as massive, anhedral occurrences in hydrothermal veins and pegmatites.
The pink color of rose quartz is attributed to microscopic inclusions of a pink variety of the mineral dumortierite. These inclusions are usually abundant enough to make the rose quartz translucent instead of transparent.
This gemstone is a blue variety of the mineral Pectolite. Pectolite is not a rare mineral and is found throughout the world, but the exquisite sea-blue color exhibited in the Larimar variety is very unique, and only comes from one place in the world. It is found only in a limited deposit in the Dominican Republic and is virtually the only gemstone to be found in the entire Caribbean. Its lovely sea-blue color is very reminiscent of the Caribbean seas.
Amethyst is a purple variety of quartz. It is popular because of its deep colors and distinct characteristics. These crystals grow slowly, and the composition of the waters from which they grow can change over time. As the composition of the water changes, varying amounts of iron are incorporated into the surface of the crystal. Later, radiation emitted by minerals in the surrounding rock modify the iron to produce the purple color. This can cause the crystal to have zones of different color intensity. Each of these zones records a time interval in the growth of the crystal like the growth rings of a tree.