Wire-Wrapped Orbicular Kabamby Green Ocean Jasper Pendant in Sterling Silver
I have wrapped this gorgeous natural Kabamby orbicular ocean jasper stone in .925 sterling silver wire, given a slightly darkened patina, with a swirling design. Measuring approximately 2 5/8" in length, this stone is a truly incredible mix of green, beige/yellow, and even some very faint almost blues and a little bit of red/orange! Kabamby ocean jasper is an incredibly collectible stone due to its relative scarcity and the incredible orbicular (circular) patterns that can be found in it! It only came from one place - off the northwest coast of Madagascar near the village of Kabamby, hence its name! Also, check out the back to this pendant - it is just as good as the front! This is a guaranteed authentic piece of ocean jasper that I sourced from a very reputable, ethical seller! Finding pieces of ocean jasper like this is getting more difficult. It also is a wonderful neutral color and would look fantastic on anyone! This would be a great gift for a true gemstone and crystal lover and collector!
Please note the attached photos and videos of this stone showing it in different light, as it appears lighter or darker depending on whether you are wearing it, or if it is in direct or indirect sunlight.
MEASUREMENTS: 2 5/8" x 1"
MATERIALS: Sterling silver wire, Kambaby orbicular ocean jasper
This pendant comes with a complimentary adjustable sterling silver chain. (Please note it may not be the exact chain shown in these photos/videos.)
Over time, sterling silver may take on a darker color. Each purchase from my shop comes with a complimentary yellow polishing cloth, which you may use at any time to polish your piece. (The cloth will still work even as it gets darker; do not wash the polishing cloth.) When polishing, try to avoid the stone so as not to scratch it. Please do not wear in the shower or pool. I have added a patina to this wire already to accent the stone, and you can polish it to a brighter sheen if desired. There may be small imperfections on the stone. I have done my best to photograph it fully.