Moldavite is a very powerful stone of transformation. There are hardly any deposits left of Moldavite as it was formed by intense meteorite showers that took place over 15 million years ago. As these incredible meteor showers hit the earth, they were blended and fused with the earths surface by the heat and pressure of the impact and catapulted back into the atmosphere which created that unique surface of Moldavite. It truly is a stone not of this world. The name Moldavite was adopted after the Moldau River Valley in the Czech Republic, where it was principally found. In the Middle Ages Moldavite was only owned by those considered to be of nobility or royalty. One of the oldest and most treasured minerals known, two pieces of it were found with the Venus of Wilendorf when she was excavated.
Measures 8.25" end to end with three loops to fit most wrists. Set in silver there are eight naturally occurring Moldavites.