Tasmanian Stichtite in Serpetine featured with Burmese Amber. The Rare and Beautiful have travelled to Burma to source this fascinating Burmite amber it is 100 million years old much older than baltic amber and is found in Katchin State in the Northern Region of Burma. The combination of these 2 materials creates an earthy but delicate necklace. 49 cm length with a Sterling Silver clasp.
Serpentine and Stichtite is also known as "Atlantisite"this beautiful rare combination of minerals is found on Tasmania's wild West coast. First discovered in 1910 by railway workers making the Argent Tunnel near Zeehan. This rare mineral was named after Robert Sticht the manager of the Mt Lyell Mine at nearby Queenstown. Stichtite is formed by the alteration of chromite in serpentine. This rock is used by crystal healers to improve kundalini energy flow, to aid spiritual connections and to protect against negativity.