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SERPENTINE FROM TASMANIA AUSTRALIA
One side of this specimen is well polished and it has been hand selected because of the purple cluster in it.It can be made in to a pendant or used as a carving piece.
Weight 145.70 cts app
size 47 x 37 x 9 mm app
"Their olive green color and smooth or scaly appearance is the basis of the name from the Latin serpentinus, meaning serpent rock," The more attractive and durable varieties are termed "noble" or "precious" serpentine and are used extensively as gemsand in ornamental carvings. They may imitate jade. Misleading synonyms for this material include "Korean jade", "Suzhou jade", "Styrian jade", and "New jade".
Lower jaw, lateral jaw location between anterior & posterior teeth, Megalodon tooth. The basic hue is jet black with brown and gray highlights in a section of the tip front giving it an artistic effect. The enamel is intact with no peeling, just a lit
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