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Moldavite from the Czech Republic
Moldavite from the Czech Republic €249,95 €279,95

Moldavite from the Czech Republic

€279,95 €249,95
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Article number: ML296
EAN: 8784765277588
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Information

Meteorite impacts

Moldavite was created about 14.2 million years ago by 2 meteorite impacts. It is almost certain that the Nördinger Ries and the Steinheimkater in Germany are the remains of this.

Formed under high pressure

The high impact speed of 20 kilometers per second released an enormous amount of energy comparable to 1.8 million times that of the atomic bomb that fell on Hirochima. Earthy rock and sand, in combination with the meteorite, were melted down into glass. This glass was spread over an enormous distance by the force of the impact. These 'glass drops' are also called tektites. Moldavite is the only tektite in the world with a beautiful green color and makes it unique in its kind! These pieces are found in: Chlum nad Malsi, Bohemia, Czech Republic.

Without damage to nature

These pieces have been legally won and sold. No damage was caused to nature! Moldavite mining is done under permits from the Czech government. Read more about and also about the illegal extraction of moldavite in our travelogue: The dark trade in moldavite

Meditate

Moldavite is also often used for meditation purposes, because of the fusion of extraterrestrial and earthly energies the stone has a high vibration. The moldavite stimulates other crystals and the higher consciousness within ourselves. The moldavite is extremely popular to get in touch with the higher spirituality.

Rare Gemstone

Moldavite is unique and only occurs in 1 place in the world. The volumes found are declining rapidly and prices are rising rapidly. Would you like more information about this rare gem? read our blog: The mystery of moldavite.

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