Medium Tumbled Serpentine Stones

These are tumbled (polished) serpentine stones. They come from a serpentine deposit in Peru and some specimens contain pyrite and/or magnetite, so there may be some variation in coloration, patterns and composition from specimen to specimen. Some of these specimens even have magnetic properties!

The photos are representative of the specimen(s) you will receive. They range from approximately .8 to 1" across. Quantity discounts are available.

Serpentine is the name for a grouping of several related minerals, with the primary members being antigorite and chrysotile. Antigorite serpentine is typically representative of the solid forms of serpentine, of which these forms are typically columnar in structure. Chrysotile serpentine consists of four separate groups which are clinochrysotile, lizardite, orthochrysotile and parachrysotile, all of which have the same chemical composition. The difference between these groups of chrysotile serpentines are their crystal lattice's. There are a variety of other forms of serpentine, however most of them are extremely rare.
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About .8 to 1" wide