30mm MOLDAVITE slice Green from Czech Republic 30 by 17.5 by 4.5m

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Afmetingen (mm) 30 x 17.5 x 4.5mm
Gewicht (karaat) 19 karaat
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Moldavite (Czech: Vltavín) is an olive-green or dull greenish vitreous substance possibly formed by a meteorite impact in southern Germany (Nördlinger Ries), which would make it one kind of tektite.

 The current overwhelming consensus among earth scientists is that moldavites were formed about 14.7 million years ago during the impact of a giant meteorite in present-day Nördlinger Ries. Splatters of material that was melted by the impact cooled while they were actually airborne and most fell in Bohemia. Currently, moldavites have been found in an area that includes southern Bohemia, western Moravia, the Cheb Basin (northwest Bohemia), Lusatia (Germany), and Waldviertel (Austria).

There are typically two grades of moldavite: high quality, often referred to as museum grade, and regular grade. Museum and regular grade moldavites can be told apart by their appearance. The museum grade has a distinct fern-like pattern and is much more translucent than the regular grade. There is usually a fairly big difference in the price between the two. High-quality moldavite stones are often used in hand-crafted jewellery.

ShangrilaGems
'The Best Gems on the Web'
Gem-A Corporate Member

Moldavite (Czech: Vltavín) is an olive-green or dull greenish vitreous substance possibly formed by a meteorite impact in southern Germany (Nördlinger Ries), which would make it one kind of tektite.

 The current overwhelming consensus among earth scientists is that moldavites were formed about 14.7 million years ago during the impact of a giant meteorite in present-day Nördlinger Ries. Splatters of material that was melted by the impact cooled while they were actually airborne and most fell in Bohemia. Currently, moldavites have been found in an area that includes southern Bohemia, western Moravia, the Cheb Basin (northwest Bohemia), Lusatia (Germany), and Waldviertel (Austria).

There are typically two grades of moldavite: high quality, often referred to as museum grade, and regular grade. Museum and regular grade moldavites can be told apart by their appearance. The museum grade has a distinct fern-like pattern and is much more translucent than the regular grade. There is usually a fairly big difference in the price between the two. High-quality moldavite stones are often used in hand-crafted jewellery.

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