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Presenting an outstanding Sterling Silver cuff bracelet from Mine Finds by Jay King featuring a large 33.9 x 24.7mm freeform Azur Malachite cabochon reminiscent of a kite shape facet. Presented on a Sterling Silver split band cuff.

Azurite-malachite is a blend of two distinct and popular gems: the deep, almost lapis-like blues of azurite and the variegated green shades of banded malachite. The name azurite comes from lazhward, a Persian word for “blue,” while “malachite” originally comes from the Greek word molochitis, meaning “mallow plant.” The stone name can sometimes be shortened to Azur Malachite. These two copper-based gemstones are frequently found in copper mines, or near mines of other copper-based gemstones such as Turquoise and Chrysocolla. (A blend of Azurite, Malachite, Turquoise and Chrysocolla, called “Eilat stone,” is named after the Middle Eastern city of Eilat, where it was once mined. Eilat stone, also known as King Solomon’s stone, is the national stone of Israel.)

Signed – DTR  925

Artisan – Jay King for his Mine Finds Collection

Size – 7 (Medium)

Total Inner Circumference – 7 inches

Gap Opening – 1 inch

Diameter – 2½ inches

Cuff Width – 1.20 inches (30.5mm) tapering to .39 inches (10.0mm)

Weight- 27.5 grams / 17.7 dwt

Weight1 lbs
Dimensions5 × 9 × 2 in