Libyan Desert Glass 14k Gold Cabochon Setting
Libyan Desert Glass Jewelry 14k Gold
The LDG cabochon in this pendant is over 1/2" wide (or 15mm),
which is largest of all the other setting shown on our website.
Exceptional Evening Wear!
4.5 grams; Size: 1 1/8"L X 7/8" W X 1/4"D
Comes with crushed black velvet jewelry box, information and authenticity. Chain not included.
Out of 100 pieces only 1 has been selected to become this rare jewelry.
Libyan Glass could have been made by the action of a comet or asteroid hitting the sand in the Libyan desert and causing it to vaporize into these beautiful droplets of glass.
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 think that it may be the remains of an asteroid or 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.
This beautiful Libyan Desert Glass has been custom cut and set into this beautiful 14k gold teardrop jewelry setting.
Collected before 1970.
Very elegant! King Tut would have been very pleased.
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