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Prehnite Tumbled

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Prehnite usually comes colourless, grey-white or green and always with a vitreous lustre. It was discovered in 1788 by Colonel H. von Prehna (thus the stone’s name) in South Africa, where you can find deposits of beautiful green prehnite. Mali, China and Czechia are among other localities. If we look at its chemical structure, prehnite is a silicate of aluminium and calcium.

About the product: The tumbled bracelets are made from rounded and polished, irregularly shaped gemstones. The bracelets are sold either individually or in a package with 2, 3 or 5 pieces. You can choose a package for a reduced price. Our bracelets with gemstones on a double rubber band are approximately 19 cm long. The bracelets are flexible and therefore adaptable to all sizes.