Kingman Turquoise and Spiny Oyster Shell Pendant with Lake County Fire Opal

This gorgeous Kingman turquoise is crafted through a process that uses a hydraulic press to assemble turquoise nuggets and spiny oyster shells by introducing a bronze metal matrix throughout the brick of base turquoise and shells. Once pressed it is stabilized to harden the stone. The slab is then cut down into individual cabochon stones. These unique stones are truly amazing.

The accent stone is an American-mined gemstone -- Lake County Fire Opal, mined in Oregon. These opals display an even, saturated, burnt-orange color.

This pendant hangs from your choice of an adjustable chain that can be clasped at any length from 16" - 20" to accentuate most any neckline, or a 30" chain (with no clasp) to wear at "Opera Length".

Metals: Argentium Sterling Silver and Fine Silver
Stone: 4mm Natural Lake County Fire Opal
Kingman Turquoise with Spiny Oyster Shell
Dimensions: 2 x 0.63 x 0.26 inches
49 x 16 x 6.6 mm

Argentium Silver is a patented silver alloy made from ethically sourced silver with a purity standard higher than traditional sterling silver. The higher fine silver content, as well as the other components of the alloy, give Argentium a brighter, whiter color than traditional sterling silver, white gold, and even platinum. Argentium Silver is low maintenance, easy to care for, and simple to keep clean. It is also hypoallergenic, making it an option for those unable to wear traditional sterling silver.

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