Aquamarine, Faceted Moldavite & African Amethyst Pendant
Aquamarine, Faceted Moldavite & African Amethyst Pendant
Aquamarine, Faceted Moldavite & African Amethyst Pendant
Aquamarine, Faceted Moldavite & African Amethyst Pendant
Aquamarine, Faceted Moldavite & African Amethyst Pendant
Aquamarine, Faceted Moldavite & African Amethyst Pendant

Aquamarine, Faceted Moldavite & African Amethyst Pendant

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SFP987

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Specifications
Item Code: SFP987
Metric Dimensions: 40 x 15 x 8 mm
Imperial Dimensions: 1 ½” x ⅝” x ¼” 
Weight: 24 Carats (4.7 grams)

Unique Qualities
This dynamic piece of custom gem jewelry joins a faceted Aquamarine with a rose cut Moldavite gem and an African Amethyst pear facet. The Moldavite is faceted using Arkadia’s special technique of leaving the back of the stone unpolished, allowing the unique raw texture of Moldavite to shine through the face of the gem. Even to the naked eye, you can see the gas bubbles and swirling patterns of Lechatelierite that formed during Moldavite’s molten journey to earth. The beautiful flow forms and fluvial structure of Lechatelierite is found in virtually all Moldavites. It gives Moldavite its unique internal structure and is one of the main ways we can identify genuine Moldavite from fakes.

A purple variety of Quartz, Amethyst is a gem of royalty, associated with the Crown chakra. It strengthens one's intuition and helps to quiet the mind. Amethyst is a synergy of the red and blue spectrums of light, combining the grounding, passionate energy of red with the expanding, mystical energy of blue.

Amethyst Gemstone Properties

Aquamarine, “water of the sea”, is a transparent blue to bluish-green variety of Beryl, and the sibling of Emerald and Morganite. Aquamarine is a stone of courage. Aquamarine encourages one to keep calm, decisive, and strong under pressure. The most valuable gems have a deep-blue aqua color and eye-clean clarity.

Aquamarine Gemstone Properties

Moldavite was formed during a celestial event some 15 million years ago. A huge astroid estimated to be around 1 km in diameter struck southern Germany and formed what is today known as Ries Crater. Moldavite is known as the stone of transformation, a catalyst to inspire positive change and elevate one’s consciousness.

Moldavite Gemstone Properties