A beautiful piece of greenstone that represents the moods of it’s host, Lake Superior. Dark and stormy colored with flashed of beautiful green in the light. Set on a textured back drop of sterling, this will be an heirloom in your collection.
The “official state gem” of Michigan. It is a variety of the mineral pumpellyite with a turtleback pattern and occurs as amygdaloid structures and fracture fillings in basalt. When water and wave action wear away the basalt, greenstone beach pebbles and granules remain in loose sediments. Although it is a rare mineral, it is found in the Keweenaw Peninsula of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan and Isle Royal in the northern part of Lake Superior. Properties: Enhances harmony and cooperation in relationships as well as personal healing.