Clearance Sale-Blue smithsonite 925 sterling silver pendant jewelry m85559

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Item Code: M4328-M85559

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Model #
MP-85559
Metal Type
925 SILVER
Style
Pendant
Stone Weight (Ct)
15.05
size: (inch)
1 5/8
Primary Stone
Smithsonite
Color
BLUE
Stone Shape
Oval
Weight (Gms)
6.02
Healing properties of Smithsonite

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Smithsonite

Smithsonite

The rare carbonate of zinc, Smithsonite sometimes referred to as “zinc spar”. This stone was named after the British chemist and mineralogist, James Smithson (1765-1829). James Smithson founded the Smithsonian Institution in Washington D.C., and in 1832, Smithsonite was confirmed as a distinct mineral. Smithsonite is considered as the world’s second most important industrial ore of the metal zinc, and the first one is Sphalerite. Based on the rarity of gemstone quality, this stone is considered as the least popular gemstone. Therefore, gem collectors were the one, who sought this stone rather than jewelry designers. The alternate ... Click to Continue »

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