Faceted Moldavite, Rubellite & Opal Cuff Bracelet
Faceted Moldavite, Rubellite & Opal Cuff Bracelet
Faceted Moldavite, Rubellite & Opal Cuff Bracelet
Faceted Moldavite, Rubellite & Opal Cuff Bracelet
Faceted Moldavite, Rubellite & Opal Cuff Bracelet
Faceted Moldavite, Rubellite & Opal Cuff Bracelet

Faceted Moldavite, Rubellite & Opal Cuff Bracelet

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SB149

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Specifications

Item Code: SB149
Size: Medium
Weight: Carats (16 grams)

Unique Qualities

This handcrafted sterling silver cuff bracelet displays a trio of premium quality gemstones set in full bezels. From the left, we have a deep pink Rubellite Tourmaline facet, in the center is a faceted Moldavite oval and to the right is a Welo Opal cabochon. The genuine Moldavite facet has small bubbles and natural inclusions of Lachterilite, a pure form of SiO2 that formed during the meteorite impact which created Moldavite, when quartz grains underwent an intense transformative heating process. Silver is naturally flexible so this cuff bracelet can be adapted for a variety of wrist sizes by gently shaping the cuff to fit one’s wrist.

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

Gem Opal is a hydrated amorphous silica. The internal structure of gem quality Opal causes it to diffract light, causing a play of color, which can display virtually all colors from blue, to pink, green, yellow, white and black. Opal has microscopic spheres that create the play of color called opalescence.

Opal Gemstone Properties

Pink Tourmaline colors have a wide range, from light to darker pink, purplish-pink to peachy-pink color tones. Rubellite is a special variety of Pink Tourmaline that has a deep saturated pinkish-red to violet-red color. Nearly all Pink Tourmaline’s belong to the Elbaite species, the most dynamic species of Tourmaline. The pink to reddish color rays support energies of confidence, passion and commitment to your highest self.

Rubellite Tourmaline Gemstone Properties