Ammolite 10KT Gold Earrings #EA-372

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Unique Custom Handmade Ammolite Gold Earrings!

Bright Neon Colors in these Ammolite Earrings!  Beautiful dangle earrings that show off the rich iridescent colors of the natural Ammolites.  Vibrant Beauty! 100% Natural. These Ammolites are rare and sought after neon Green and Fiery Orange Color Change Ammolites! Ammolites Glows with color!  I bezel set these beautiful Ammolites in 10KT white Gold.  Comfortable and secure leverback earrings.  These Ammolite Earrings are a one of a kind!  

Earrings Measures:  1 1/4 inch long X 1/2 inch wide.  

These are naturally polished Ammolites! NO quartz cap, no artificial acrylic coating, just a natural polish to bring out all the iridescence.

Rare and vividly colored natural Ammolite Earrings emanating with iridescence! These Ammolite Gemstones dance with bright iridescent Green and Orange color .  Every different rotation of this gem gives you a different play of iridescent color!

These gems are a product of the Black Horse Ammolite Mine; a family owned mining operation located on the Blood Indian Reserve, in Alberta, Canada.

This gem is derived from the fossilized shell of the Ammonite. Ammonites are the fossil remains of marine creatures that became extinct millions of years ago. When they died, they sank to the sea bottom and became preserved in the sediment. Over millions of years the earth changed resulting in the sediment that contained these fossils to be pushed to the surface of the earth. Preserved ammonites were found in these pockets of earth. There compacted, compressed ammonite shell was then crushed, heated and weathered through aeons of tectonic upheaval and unearthed in mosaic-like patterns of iridescent Ammolite.

Found exclusively in southern Alberta, Canada. Ammolite is found deep in the shale formation, where over 70 million years, tectonic pressure and mineralization transformed them into the beautiful spectrochromatic material we now recognize as Ammolite. Ammolite was recognized as a gem in 1981. Like a fingerprint, no two stones are exactly alike; each gem is unique in color and pattern. Ammolites bright intense colors gives one an instant appreciation when you get a first glimpse of this gem. Deep gold, Emerald Greens, Bright Pinks, Rich Red and blues all move and shift as you look at the Ammolite. Ammolite is a mesmerizing gemstone that forms in a wide range of patterns and colors.

Species / Variety: Ammolite
Country: Alberta, Canada
Color: Iridescent Emerald Green with Fiery Orange
Pattern: Stained Glass Pattern
Grade: AA


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