Libyan Desert Glass For Sale - Fabulous Museum Grade Specimen - X-Large
WHAT IS LIBYAN DESERT GLASS? This unique glass was found in King Tut's tomb and is the centerpiece in his breastplate. It is found in the Libyan desert. No one knows exactly how it got there, but scientists now have evidence that it was probably a comet hitting the Libyan sand and causing the sand to vaporize into these beautiful droplets of glass.
Libyan Desert Glass is natural glass, made of melted and re-fused sand in the desert of north Africa. These remnants of cosmic collision are called "impact materials", and they are fascinating specimens that hold clues to the nature of the object that struck.
Size: 3" L X 2 1/2" W X 2" H, Weight: 162 grams
Comes with authenticity: Jensan Scientifics, LLC and a display stand.