Nuummite with blue flash – Gotstonedjewelry
Nuummite with blue flash
Nuummite with blue flash
Nuummite with blue flash
Nuummite with blue flash
Nuummite with blue flash
Nuummite with blue flash
Nuummite with blue flash
Nuummite with blue flash
Nuummite with blue flash
Nuummite with blue flash
Nuummite with blue flash
Nuummite with blue flash
Nuummite with blue flash
Nuummite with blue flash
Nuummite with blue flash
Nuummite with blue flash
Nuummite with blue flash
Nuummite with blue flash

Nuummite with blue flash

Ordinarie pris
$200.00
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$200.00
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This stone originates from Greenland. Nuummite literally means "derived from Nuuk", which is where near where Nuummite was first discovered. Nuummite is a trade name for an Anthophyllite-Gedrite series of stones that contain a certain iridescence. It is quite rare, as one can only get to the locale via boat during certain months when the ice has melted. It can be seen in a variety of 'grades', the highest seemingly being the ones with the most colours and flash! Super grounding, AND fun to play with ;)
This piece is paired with a polished Garnet cabochon.
Some people are selling Coppernite and Arfvedsonite as Nuummite so watch out! Though they may look similar, they have a completely different chemical composition. I enjoy using mindat.org (a mineral database) for comparing crystals to see how similar they are. I hope that helps you with your crystal adventures ;)
I personally carve Nuummite and find it to be a very grounding stone, maybe that is why I enjoy carving it so much!
This listing is for the pendant only - if you would like the chain shown, please see this listing: https://gotstonedjewelry.com/products/1-5mm-silver-ball-chain-chose-your-size
I didn't personally make these, I happened to find a score of these gorgeous pendants that I needed to hoard for awhile XD
Encased in 925 silver.

Rough dimensions~
Length: 39.10mm with bezel
Width: 13.40mm
Thickness: 5.25mm
5.64 Grams