Rasberry pink agate with white striping! This was cut from a very interesting piece of agate from Swaziland, made translucent pink chalcedony and opaque white agate banding.
The stone is set in a notched bezel, and uses an open back to let the light pass through. In the bottom, there's attached silver bubbles that have been fitted with three total rhodolite garnets. One deep magenta, and two smaller purplish ones ones at off angles. The back has some cross hatched engravings which have been oxidized black to darken the recesses. At the top the bail is riveted through for freely rotating left and right movement.
About 54 mm (over 2") bail to bottom. Comes with a 24 inch base metal ball chain. Other chains can be purchased at an additional cost, please inquire.
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