Campbellite and Sterling Silver Pendant, 36.4 x 26.2mm. This is a one of a kind (ooak) art piece, jewelry that makes a fashion statement. I personally hand forged the Sterling silver metalwork to take advantage of the beauty of this very rare Campbellite cabochon. This cabochon appears to be mostly a combination of cuprite, copper and turquoise
Extreemly rare. The one and only source of Cambellite was the Copper Queen Mine in Bisbee, Arizona. The mine closed in 1975. Campbellite is an uncertain mixture of minerals like cuprite, azurite, malachite, calcite,chrysocolla, quartz, and copper. Its color and look varies because there’s no set amount of these minerals. It was first discovered by miners looking for copper. The bosses weren’t interested in this unusual rock, and told the miners to discard it. But the miners had a different plan. They saw its beauty. So, yes, they dumped the Campbellite in the trashcan. But they separated it carefully from the real trash. And when no one was looking, they loaded the discarded gem into the back ends of pickups. Campbellite has been showing up in the market, piece by piece. There’s not a lot of it, much was probably was dumped.
Metaphysical: Campbellite increases energy field of the body and helps open up the physical body to be receptive for radionics. This is a Metamorphosis Crystal. It can also be helpful to you as the change progresses, not just at the initial stage. It helps our love come through our communications with others, and it brings you closer in many ways to your loved ones. it contains the metaphysical properties of Calcite, Chrysocolla, Copper, Cuprite, Malachite, Tenorite, and Turquoise.
Feb 10, 2023
Very nice quality. I think the recipient will like it.