Charoite Pendant

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Charoite was first described in 1978 and was named after the Chara River in Siberia, Russia, but many believe it was initially found in the 1940s. Its color can range from a translucent lavender to a vibrant blue-purple. It forms in limestone deposits that are transformed by immense heat and pressure that allow it to infuse with other unique chemicals. It is notably distinguished from other minerals by its unique color and natural swirly patterns.


► 14g

► 2.25 in. long

You will receive the pendant pictured. Chain not included. Please click here for chain selection! Colors may vary based on screen size and resolution.

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