Tourmaline Crystal Pendant .925 Silver
This Tourmaline crystal is really incredible! The green hue along the crystal length is created by minute traces of Iron and titanium. It was formed in a hexagonal rod thousands of years ago in North Pakistan. The stones are mined in the village areas and exported to Jaipur where I personally discuss and select each year.
I've used the stone in its raw, untouched state to make this pendant. Enjoy
There is more than enough precious metal above the ground (already mined) to satisfy the jewellery industry for the next 50 years. Much of it sits in bank vaults and in the form of old and unused jewelry. Time to re-use and recycle!
Our Silver is recycled from scrap jewellery here in Austria.
Recycling Silver does not effect the quality of the metal! Impurities are burned off and the metal is again pure and ready to be alloyed. The finished piece is stamped .925 according with European Hallmark laws.
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