Dentritic Opal, Pyrite, Garnet Charm NecklaceRegular price $110.00
Dentritic Opal, Pyrite, Garnet .925 Charm Necklace.
Dendritic opal is a type of common opal with mossy or branch-like inclusions and no play of color. The terms "moss opal" and "mossy opal" were used to describe the inclusion patterns. Dendritic opal has a milky, opalescent sheen and a resinous luster. Its body tone is often white or yellowish-brown. It has dark inclusions, which are frequently black, dark green, or brown. The stone is usually opaque, although it can also be translucent or a mix of both.
Pyrite is a metallic-looking iron sulfide mineral. It has a brassy colour that resembles gold, and it is also known as Fools Gold because of this resemblance. It has an opaque transparency and a brittle feel, and it derives from the cubic crystal structure.
Garnets are a category of minerals that are closely related and come in practically every color. Vivid orange to orangy red are the finest hues for spessartine. It's unusual for spessartine to have no apparent inclusions in the eye. The dazzling stone is created by the strong hue, lack of inclusions, and expert cutting.
- Materials: Dendritic Opal, Pyrite, Garnet, .925
- Color: Black, White, Red/Orange/Pink, Black/Brassy, Silver
- Approx. Dimensions: .50" W x 1" H, Chain: 18"
- Approx. Weight: 10 grams
By: Kate Wells