Bronzite is the result of meteorological and geological conditions acting on the iron and silica that make up the stone. Bronzite is an intermediate variety of enstatite and hypersthene because they have the same chemical composition. The difference is in their crystal system. Bronzite is formed of short, irregular crystals.
Each size shown may have a variance of +/- 0.5mm.
The length of each wire can vary from 1 to 3cm.
Bronzite, in the shape of a washer Heishi, 2*4mm, sold on a 39cm thread. Bronzite seduced the Greeks and Romans with its magnificent shine. The gem...