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Drops of Succor Jasper,

Banded Agate or Amazonite

A very noble piece of jewellry in one of the most popular designs at the moment. To the left, you can see how well the small bright Apatite beads enhances the gorgeous bands in the Succor Agate. Necklaces like theese can easyly become classics although they are not now.Also aviable in rust red banded Agate with Rose Quartz, and in Amazonite with tiny black Onyx beads.

 

Lenght: Aprox 45 cm, can be lenghten if required

 

In stock:  1 of each

Price:     USD 30.86

 

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Apatite is a group of phosphate minerals, usually referring to hydroxylapatite, fluorapatite and chlorapatite, with high concentrations of OH−, F− and Cl− ions, respectively, in the crystal. The colour is often shades of green, blue-green or brown but apatite can also be colourless, yellow or violet. Apatite is one of a few minerals that are produced and used by biological micro-environmental systems and is the main component of tooth enamel and bone mineral. The hardness is 5 on the Mohs scale.
Apatite is infrequently used as a gemstone. Transparent stones of clean colour have been faceted, and chatoyant specimens have been cabochon cut. Key sources of apatite are Brazil, Burma and Mexico. Other sources are Canada, Czech Republic, Germany, India, Madagascar, Mozambique, Norway, South Africa, Spain, Sri Lanka and the United States. The apatite that occurs in Sweden is almost exclusively a mixture of calcium phosphate and calcium fluoride are present as assessoriskt mineral in most eruptive rocks. It can form large, well-formed crystals in passages of pegmatit.
In apatite iron ores, th
e content may amount to 5-10% as it does in mines in Kirunavaara, Leveäniemi, Malmberget and Grängesberg, Sweden.

 

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