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Drilled Charoit as pendant - unique
The Charoit was named after the Charo river in Yakutia, East Siberia, and is also sometimes called Tschaurit.
He is an exciting gemstone with its flashy and intense color. The intricate veining of Charoit let also to specimens that are long in your possession, always discover something new. The primary color of Charoite is a vivid purple, which can range up to a rich, dark purple, depending on the stone of very bright shades. Some stones look as if you have gone a comb through fresh paint, others show rather patchy patterns as if color dropped into water.
The specimens shown here are all genuinely unique, that is, you get exactly the stone imaged and each copy is only available once.