1.7 Simbircite Crystal Sphere ball, ammonite fossil stone. Unique and Beautiful hand-made Simbircite Crystal Sphere ammonite fossil rare stone. S ize: 1.7 / 44 mm.NET weight: 0.117 KG / 4.1 Oz. GROSS weight with packing: 0.5 KG / 1 LB. Simbircite (Its other names are volzhsky amber, simbirsky calcite). Simbircite is embodied history of mineralogy: intricate mixture of pyrite, hematite, mother-of-pearl and marble onyx accreted to a single alloy 130-160 millions years ago, when dinosaurs inhabited the Earth. Sometimes crystals germinated to air holes of seashells-ammonites so that in the Mesozoic era they filled ancient seas instead of modern fish that didn't exist in that time, forming ammonite Simbircite, the most uncommon stone that doesn't need to be treated; but veined Simbircite is found more often in the shape of druses-apples and crystals. Orange, green, red, black, brown and white stripes and beads match with shining grains of fools gold, and the whole precious stone makes the impression of a living picture of autumn colours, warmth and joy. Due to its features this stone resembles amber and cornelian, it is very power-hungry, and quickly feeds its owner by fresh energy only from one touch to its sunny-orange varicoloured surface.
Simbircite is not widely known this stone is rare and is extracted only in the territory of the Simbirsk region, in the single deposit in the world. Simbircite from the Russian city of Simbirsk is one of those unique jaw-dropping gemstones that leave everyone speechless. They are beautiful, rich and understated. It is an agatized material that fills in chambers of the Ammonite Lamberticeras sp.With a complex mix of magnesium rich calcite, aragonite, pyrite, marl, chabazite and quartz. The veins of pyrite were originally the bone of the ammonite. Formed over millions and millions of years, Simbircite with pyrite is both a gemstone and fossil, and quickly turned to a true symbol and main attraction of Simbirsk. Orders will be marked as g! The item "1.7 Simbircite Crystal Sphere ball 44mm ammonite fossil rare amber stone" is in sale since Monday, June 29, 2020. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Rocks, Fossils & Minerals\Crystals & Mineral Specimens\Rare Specimens".stones" and is located in Russia.
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