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The Collection

Five unique stone timepieces

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Sodalite

A rich, royal blue stone named for its high sodium content. First discovered in 1811 in Greenland, deposits of the stone have since been found in Canada, Namibia, Italy, Romania, and the USA.

 
 
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Snowflake Obsidian

Formed when volcanic lava cools rapidly, the Snowflake Obsidian's unique mottled white color results from small, radially clustered crystals of cristobalite.  

 
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Cloud Jasper

Cloud Jasper is a specific form of the Jasper stone.  Relative to other silicas however, the Cloud Jasper's impurities give it the unique milky white, marbling effect seen in the stone.  Jasper stone was also used in ancient Greek, Persian, Arabic and Hebrew jewelries and is sourced directly from China.


 
 
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Charoite

Charoite stones, sourced primarily from Siberia, have an amazing translucent lavender color with an unusual swirling, fibrous appearance. 

 
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Carnelian

Carnelian stone has a rich history, with its earliest uses dating back to 1800 BC.  The stone was used in several different types of early jewelry ranging from Phoenician scarabs to “seal rings”.