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Fossil Agate and bronze Haematite woman’s bracelet

£34.00

A rare opportunity to wear something that has been on this planet for over over 20 million years. Admire the soft creamy flower-like fossils in this genuine gemstone. Fossil Agate has a subtle easy to wear beauty.

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Product Description

Rarely seen 9mm Fossil Agate and bronze coloured Hematite faceted stones blend beautifully in this slip on bracelet. The gemstones have soft green/grey/beige colouring with creamy patterns. Each Fossil Agate stone is unique and many contain mesmerising flower like fossilised remains. This bracelet has a subtle, earthy look and is great for the office and every day wear, throughout the year. Great for all skin tones and ages.

Bracelet measures 7″ – 7.5″ and is made with durable stretch jewellery cord for a “one size fits most” style.

Stunning beaded stretch bracelet with genuine gemstones.as a present or a special treat for yourself.

What is Fossil Agate?

Fossil coral is a natural type of gemstone formed by ancient corals. The proper name for fossil coral is ‘agatised coral’ or ‘agatised fossil coral’, because during formation, the coral remains are gradually replaced with agate, a variety of naturally occurring chalcedony, or microcrystalline quartz. When prehistoric corals are fossilized through replacement with agate, the fossil coral forms through hardened deposits left by silica-rich waters. The entire process can take over 20 million years and occurs only under very unique geological conditions. Corals are marine animals and it is their skeletons that are fossilized and preserved, often leaving flower-like patterns in the stone.

Fossil coral should not be mistaken for endangered or protected reef coral or precious coral. It is considered to be a type of Agate or Chalcedony.

The gemstones are all ethically mined.

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