Gemstone figurine, Inukshuk charm necklace

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$33.00

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SKU: GP1030085

Description

Hand carved black and white gemstone figurine, of a Canadian symbol. High polished natural crystal, Inukshuk decent size charm necklace. The specimen is a self collected Chinese writing stone, found in the Fraser river British Columbia. Carved from a solid piece with hand tools, polished in a vibrating tumbler, by using the best components available. It has a nice shine, and smoothness. Drilled with a 1 mm hole, set with sterling silver 21 gauge square jewelry wire created hanger, and with a silver plated 20″ x 1.5 mm snake chain necklace. This piece is not a mass product, only a few pieces made from different gemstones.

stone size: 35.9 x 23.2 x 5.1 mm      28.40 ct.                overall pendant height, 43.3 mm.

Look for other gemstone Inukshuk in the shop.

Our gemstone pendants cut from mostly self collected natural semi precious crystals and minerals. Local Canadian Rocky mountain gems from far up the arctic circle to the south point of Vancouver island. We also buy and trade interesting specimen with worldwide partners. The handmade jewelry, what you find in the store, available to purchase. Some stones are drilled and set with findings, but our preferred method is the modern and minimalist style wire wrapping, what focuses to show the entire size of the stone, yet holds it firm and secure in place.
We never die, color or alter our stones in any ways, all pendant are 100% natural stones, polished with a nine step lapidary process. The settings made of sterling silver jewelry wire.
We have a large collection of jewelry quality raw minerals, ready to cut. Custom shape and size cutting available.
Sorry we do not sell raw stone, we use it or only trade it.

1 review for Gemstone figurine, Inukshuk charm necklace

  1. Sharon

    Beautiful necklace!! Faster than I expected! Great seller!

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