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  • BN008
    1 in stock
    727,70 грн
    Natural moonstone (orthoclase) beads. The color is cream, there are inclusions. The size of the beads is 10-10.2mm. Irisation is white, blue. about 38pcs/strand
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  • BN011
    172 in stock
    0,98 грн
    1,96 грн
    Opalite beads - opal glass (borosilicate) with the addition of molybdenum, the size ranges from 5-6mm. Its name is popularly called Moonstone, although in reality this stone has nothing to do with the moonstone mineral, its correct name - Scorched.
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  • BN139
    113 in stock
    2,44 грн
    Opalite beads - opal glass (borosilicate) with the addition of molybdenum, the size ranges from 5-6mm. Its name is popularly called Moonstone, although in reality this material has nothing to do with the moonstone mineral, its correct name is Opalit.
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  • BN139-UP
    6 in stock
    122,22 грн
    244,43 грн
    Opalite beads are opal glass (borosilicate) with the addition of molybdenum. Its name is popularly called Moonstone, although in reality this stone has nothing to do with the moonstone mineral, its correct name is Opalite.
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  • BN341
    46 in stock
    26,58 грн
    33,22 грн
    Orthoclase is a widespread rock-forming mineral from the silicate class, one of the varieties of feldspars (potassium feldspar ). Round beads, translucent, without iridescence.
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  • BN345
    1159 in stock
    0,72 грн
    1,44 грн
    Opalite beads - opal glass (borosilicate) with the addition of molybdenum, the size ranges from 5-6mm. if you need beads of the same size - let us know in the comments to the order, otherwise the beads are placed in random order. Its name is popularly called Moonstone, although in reality this stone has nothing to do with the moonstone mineral, its correct name - Scorched.
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  • BN373
    156 in stock
    6,21 грн
    Natural Belomorite Beads (Kola Peninsula). The iridescence color is white. Attention! if you need beads of the same size - let us know in the comments to the order, otherwise the beads are put in random order. Belomorite (Moonstone) - one of the varieties of feldspars Source: http://www.catalogmineralov.ru/mineral/belomorite.html Belomorite (Moonstone) - one of the varieties of feldspars Source: http://www.catalogmineralov.ru/mineral/belomorite.html
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  • BN374
    1 in stock
    1 547,59 грн
    Natural Belomorite Beads (Kola Peninsula). The iridescence color is white. Bead size 10mm, hole 0.8mm. Low 40 cm (40 beads)  
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  • БН162
    68 in stock
    28,36 грн
    Natural plagioclase beads. The beads have white and blue iridescence. Attention! if you need beads of the same size - let us know in the comments to the order, otherwise the beads are put in random order.
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  • БН183
    211 in stock
    6,08 грн
    Natural plagioclase beads, size 5.2-5mm
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  • БН189
    193 in stock
    4,67 грн
    Natural plagioclase beads
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  • БН409
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    56,81 грн
    Natural plagioclase beads. The beads have a blue iridescence
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Moonstone ( adularia ) - a relatively rare mineral of the potassium group feldspars , a kind of low-temperature orthoclase. Spar got its name for the shining blue overflow (iridescence) caused by the thin-lamellar structure of the mineral. It is wrong to call moonstone exclusively adularia, as this name refers to pure orthoclase. The moonstone, on the other hand, includes orthoclase and albite.

The name " adular " comes from the mountains Adula in Switzerland, where crystals of this stone were first found .

moonstone sometimes has a “cat's eye” effect. The mineral is fragile, very sensitive to shock and compression. Faint bluish luminescence.

Moonstone inexperience can sometimes be confused with chalcedony or synthetic spinel.

In the trading network under this name, they are very often foundtations of frosted iridescent glass, or scorching , which is also borosilicate glass with the addition of molybdenum.

Belomorite is the name of a plagioclase from a certain places - North Karelia (waters of the White Sea). Many sources disagree on whether it can be attributed to moonstones .

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