Channel Marker, Petrified Wood & Sterling Silver Necklace

$229.00

Get a feel of the Pacific Northwest with this one-of-a-kind, cast sterling silver organic design encompassing a petrified channel wood specimen that I drilled and made into a bead. Hangs on a 3mm black leather cord with sterling smart bead accents. Sterling lobster clasp and sterling extender chain with hematite bead accents.

Length: 16-18 inches

Pendant Dimensions: 2.25″h x 0.75″w

“The rarest form of Montana petrified wood is called Channel Wood. This type of wood is black and white. What it lacks in bright colors, it makes up for in detail. The black reveals the unique wood grain while the contrasting white quartz appears to drip through some of the ring growths. Visually, it looks much like contrasting geometric shapes. The Smithsonian Institute has verified pieces of Montana Channel Wood as ancient Sequoia trees, which were charred in a fire and then fossilized. It is the carbon from the fire that produces the black color.” 

—Source: http://earthstreasuresmt.com/2014/08/petrified-wood-a-rock-with-tree-rings/

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Get a feel of the Pacific Northwest with this one-of-a-kind, cast sterling silver organic design encompassing a petrified channel wood specimen that I drilled and made into a bead. Hangs on a 3mm black leather cord with sterling smart bead accents. Sterling lobster clasp and sterling extender chain with hematite bead accents.

Length: 16-18 inches

Pendant Dimensions: 2.25″h x 0.75″w

“The rarest form of Montana petrified wood is called Channel Wood. This type of wood is black and white. What it lacks in bright colors, it makes up for in detail. The black reveals the unique wood grain while the contrasting white quartz appears to drip through some of the ring growths. Visually, it looks much like contrasting geometric shapes. The Smithsonian Institute has verified pieces of Montana Channel Wood as ancient Sequoia trees, which were charred in a fire and then fossilized. It is the carbon from the fire that produces the black color.” 

—Source: http://earthstreasuresmt.com/2014/08/petrified-wood-a-rock-with-tree-rings/

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