Meteorite Libyan Desert Glass Pendant Boutique Steampunk Antiqued Brass Fancy Drop Cage Real Yellow Stone B01
Meteorite Libyan Desert Glass Pendant Boutique Steampunk Antiqued Brass Fancy Drop Cage Real Yellow Stone B01 Meteorite Libyan Desert Glass Pendant Boutique Steampunk Antiqued Brass Fancy Drop Cage Real Yellow Stone B01 Meteorite Libyan Desert Glass Pendant Boutique Steampunk Antiqued Brass Fancy Drop Cage Real Yellow Stone B01 Meteorite Libyan Desert Glass Pendant Boutique Steampunk Antiqued Brass Fancy Drop Cage Real Yellow Stone B01 Meteorite Libyan Desert Glass Pendant Boutique Steampunk Antiqued Brass Fancy Drop Cage Real Yellow Stone B01 Meteorite Libyan Desert Glass Pendant Boutique Steampunk Antiqued Brass Fancy Drop Cage Real Yellow Stone B01 Meteorite Libyan Desert Glass Pendant Boutique Steampunk Antiqued Brass Fancy Drop Cage Real Yellow Stone B01
$85.00
  • Capture the high vibrations of authentic Libyan Desert Glass in your new treasure chest pendant. This is a genuine Libyan Desert Glass gemstone in its raw formation, secured in an antiqued brass cage charm with cutout design and safety clasp.

  • Meteorites and space stones bring the energy of the Universe to the palm of your hands. Excellent for those working with space exploration, UFO communication, astral travel, and expanding of consciousness.

  • The unique Libyan Glass piece is from a meteorite that fell 26 million years ago, found in Gilf Kebir, Egypt. It has a glassy texture yet is rugged and raw.

  • Pendant: 1.7 x 0.8 inches (bail opening: 5mm)

  • Meteorite: 25-30mm, 0.5-0.8 grams (varies)

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  • Hello. I placed an order for the Meteorite Libyan Desert Glass pendant. As I am new to this sort of meteorite specimen ...could you provide some information on the price point for it? It is much higher than market prices for meteorites from the same region so I thought it best for my learning curve to inquire further. Many thanks for your time.

    Thank you for your inquiry. Just like our gemstones, the prices for our meteorites are based on size, weight, and most importantly is quality. As for the Libyan glass, there are some pieces that are more cloudy or rugged, which may go lower than a piece like this that boasts more clarity. I can vouch for the authenticity of our stones, as I hand pick the meteorites myself. However, I cannot vouch for other vendors, and when it comes to tektites (glass stones like Libyan or even more common is Moldavite), there are a LOT of fakes coming from China. Our pieces are from a reputable source in Europe, where I go to select them. We do have a lot more information on meteorites on our web tutorial: Intro to Meteorites. If you have any further questions, please contact us again. Thank you, Lisa Satin.