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Authentic Libyan Desert Glass Jewelry Necklace Pendant Sterling Silver
Authentic Libyan Desert Glass Jewelry Sterling Silver Necklace Pendant
What is Libyan Desert Glass? Libyan Desert glass is the ejected, melted and then cooled coalesced sand droplet remains of what was once an asteroid, comet, or meteorite space rock that collided with the Libyan Desert 26 million years ago. From that event the heavens rained backed to earth these all-naturally formed beautiful yellow droplets, only found in the Libyan Desert. They are solitary remains that speak of a vanished era long ago when a space invader pummeled the region nowadays referred to as the Libyan Desert.
Each beautiful and unique pendant necklace jewelry setting is a historical reminder of the heated, tortured and twisted sand that has now become this elegant, treasured and famous space jewelry.
We have fashioned these beautiful, froth-like yellow gemstone droplets, discovered and gathered by explorers and Bedouins to the region, into fine cosmic jewelry "cosmos-wear". Archaeologically, it was so valued by the ancient Egyptians to have been placed as the centerpiece gemstone on the breastplate of King Tut!
Exceptionally Nice, Classy and Elegant. Ships in an attractive black velvet jewelry box with a Certificate of Authenticity and information about Libyan Desert Glass.
Size: 3.2 grams; Size: 1 1/2" L X 3/4" W X 1/4"D
Collected before 1970.
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