I think the placement of the blue 'ink spots' in this piece of K2 granite are perfect (personal opinion, I know but there you go). This interesting stone is only found near the base of K2 mountain on the China/Pakistan border (K2 granite - imaginatively named I know…). While the 'ink spot' patterns may look manmade and like a Rorschach test, they are natural and have occured when blue azurite formed in the gaps of the granite’s structure making each one unique.
This hallmarked silver pendant comes on a heavy 3mm thick 18” foxtail chain. The 37.80ct cabochon of K2 granite is set in a sterling silver closed back setting and the pendant measures approx. 45x25mm.
K2 granite (sometimes incorrectly called K2 Jasper) is a white granite consisting of quartz, white feldspars, and biotite but what makes it so unusual are the blue ‘ink’ spots within it. These are blue azurite that has formed naturally in the gaps of the granite’s structure, after the granite itself had solidified.
This piece of jewellery is hallmarked for your assurance and comes with a gift box and a gift card detailing the weight of the gemstone and a little information about it as shown in the example photograph. As each stone is unique and each piece of jewellery handmade, every piece of jewellery is individual and you will receive the piece of jewellery shown in these photographs.