Smooth barrel shaped beads of Red Creek Jasper are alternated with Orange faceted Carnelian bead, all knotted with two strands of brown leather cord. The Red Creek Jasper beads are gorgeous displaying colors ranging from dark green, red, brown, tan, and gray. The faceted Carnelian beads add burst of fire to the necklace. Closure is with a brass-plated lead-free Pewter coin passed through the leather loop. This brass coin can be worn both in front or the back of the neck. Do you like it?
Jaspers have been used for ornamental purposes and gemstones from ancient times. Jasper is one of the stones for Virgo and is the mystical birthstone for October. They are microcrystalline Quartz in association with a variety of other minerals and organic material, which give the Jaspers colorful patterns and bands. Jaspers, affectionately known as 'petrified mud' are often named according to its color or patterns, which often resemble landscapes. Red Creek Jasper is named after the Red Creek that runs through the area where it was first found in China.
Length: 21 inches.
Beading Wire: Brown leather cord.
Bead size: 10 x 14 mm barrel and 10 mm faceted rounds; 18 mm diameter coin.
Care: Clean with soft fabric, or non-abrasive polishing cloth. Avoid direct contact with perfumes, hairspray, and deodorants. Jewelry should be worn after application of cosmetics. Store wrapped in soft fabric or sealed in plastic bag.
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