Definitely not green glass...

Discussion in 'Jewelry' started by Estaterestate, Feb 14, 2020.

  1. Estaterestate

    Estaterestate Well-Known Member

    No silver but not glass EF0EB50A-C25A-4E7B-903D-594BBF9A3424.jpeg E750DDBE-3495-4E4C-BA1E-10B970E57E3A.jpeg E750DDBE-3495-4E4C-BA1E-10B970E57E3A.jpeg EF0EB50A-C25A-4E7B-903D-594BBF9A3424.jpeg E750DDBE-3495-4E4C-BA1E-10B970E57E3A.jpeg
     
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  2. Bronwen

    Bronwen Well-Known Member

    Labradorite, maybe. But can't really see it.
     
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  3. Estaterestate

    Estaterestate Well-Known Member

  4. Bronwen

    Bronwen Well-Known Member

    Pretty sure it's labradorite. Is there more play of color, little flashes here & there, than photos are picking up?
     
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  5. Estaterestate

    Estaterestate Well-Known Member

    It's definitely stone, I can see the inclusions, I tend to agree on Labradorite.
     
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  6. Hollyblue

    Hollyblue Well-Known Member

    Structure is wrong for Labradorite.Shine a light through it as there appears to be air bubbles.

    air bubbles2.jpeg
     
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  7. Any Jewelry

    Any Jewelry Well-Known Member

    It looks like obsidian to me, possibly blue, I think the yellowish background is deceptive. Estater, is the stone blueish against a white background?
    Obsidian is volcanic glass. It occurs in different colours.

    Blue obsidian:

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  8. Hollyblue

    Hollyblue Well-Known Member

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  9. quirkygirl

    quirkygirl likes pretty old things

    Maybe green tourmaline?
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  10. stracci

    stracci Well-Known Member

    Flourite?
     
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  11. Any Jewelry

    Any Jewelry Well-Known Member

    I am sure they have, when there's a market, they will make or fake it. Mt St Helens obsidian can also be blueish to green and is also manmade, after an accidental occurence.
    On the other hand, this site mentions blue as one of the obsidian colours, albeit rare:
    https://geology.com/rocks/obsidian.shtml

    I have no idea if the one I posted is genuine. If Estater's pendant has bubbles, as you said, it could be the man made obsidian you mentioned.
     
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