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Silver (92.5 Sterling) and Gaspeite Jewelry Set - $200 (St. Paul)

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Silver (92.5 Sterling) and Gaspeite Jewelry Set - Necklace, Bracelet, Earrings - Made in Mexico - 92.5 Silver

Gaspeite is an extremely rare nickel carbonate mineral, which belongs to the calcite group of minerals. Initially, it was discarded as a worthless byproduct of nickel sulfide mining. Most gem-quality specimens available today are sourced from Western Australia or New Mexico, USA. Gaspeite is typically pale green to bright apple-green in color, often accompanied by brownish veins of rock that run through the material at various depths. Gaspeite has recently become very popular among gem and mineral collectors, mostly credited to its rarity and its slight similarity in appearance to rare green turquoise.

Necklace is 18 inches long.

Bracelet is 8 1/2 inches long.

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