Peanut Wood Jasper Pendant with great definition

Awesome Aussie Gems $42.00

Peanut Wood Jasper pendant in sterling silver oval setting.  The cabochon itself measures 21mm wide by 28mm long.  The pendant measures 1.6 inches long by 0.86 inch wide.

Peanut Wood Jasper meaning:

Peanut Wood Jasper attracts the energy needed to be prepared for the unexpected, especially around promotions and/or raises, inheritance, and recognition.  Wear Peanut Wood Jasper so that you feel confident and have faith in yourself.  Peanut Wood Jasper makes it easy to feel enthusiastic and alive while patiently waiting for what is due you.

Peanut wood started during the Cretaceous period as conifer trees on land in Western Australia that died and got carried by rivers across Australia as driftwood.  A type of marine clam larvae smelled the wood and attached to eat to feast.  As they developed, they chomped out tunnels throughout the mushy wood.  Meanwhile, in the same river mouth location, billions of dead tiny silica shell covered plankton called radiolarians accumulated in layers of white sediment over the wood, settling into the worm holes.  As the shells dissolved, the silica from the shells replaced the wood pulp turning the driftwood into fossils!

Peanut wood is usually dark brown to black in color with a white or cream egg-shaped pattern.

 

 

 

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Peanut Wood Jasper pendant in sterling silver oval setting.  The cabochon itself measures 21mm wide by 28mm long.  The pendant measures 1.6 inches long by 0.86 inch wide.

Peanut Wood Jasper meaning:

Peanut Wood Jasper attracts the energy needed to be prepared for the unexpected, especially around promotions and/or raises, inheritance, and recognition.  Wear Peanut Wood Jasper so that you feel confident and have faith in yourself.  Peanut Wood Jasper makes it easy to feel enthusiastic and alive while patiently waiting for what is due you.

Peanut wood started during the Cretaceous period as conifer trees on land in Western Australia that died and got carried by rivers across Australia as driftwood.  A type of marine clam larvae smelled the wood and attached to eat to feast.  As they developed, they chomped out tunnels throughout the mushy wood.  Meanwhile, in the same river mouth location, billions of dead tiny silica shell covered plankton called radiolarians accumulated in layers of white sediment over the wood, settling into the worm holes.  As the shells dissolved, the silica from the shells replaced the wood pulp turning the driftwood into fossils!

Peanut wood is usually dark brown to black in color with a white or cream egg-shaped pattern.

 

 

 

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Availability: usually ships within 24 hours Monday through Friday.
Width: 5.000
Height: 1.580
Depth: 7.000
Gift wrapping: Options available
Shipping: Calculated at Checkout