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Bali STERLING 925 SILVER ROSARY BEADS RLAPIS LAZULI NECKLACE CROSS BOX catholic

Lapis Lazuli Bead:8mm
 
Sterling 925 Silver RLAPIS LAZULI BEAD FATHER Beads:10*20mm
5.5cm Crucifix Material : 925 Silver
Medal : 925 silver
Rosary: 75 cm Length from the Cross to the end
Wire Wrapped Beads
Rare Bali Sterling 925 Silver Special Flower Mate
Last Supper Rosary gift box
 
WEIGHT: 280 G

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Bali STERLING 925 SILVER ROSARY BEADS RLAPIS LAZULI NECKLACE CROSS BOX catholic
     
Valuable . Precious . Rare
STERLING 925 SILVER RLAPIS LAZULI BEADS GIFT ROSARY NECKLACE CROSS crucifix BOX
heirloom Rosary & Unbreakable Rosary
 
Lapis Lazuli Bead:8mm
 
Sterling 925 Silver RLAPIS LAZULI BEAD FATHER Beads:10*20mm

5.5cm Crucifix Material : 925 Silver
Medal : 925 silver
Rosary: 75 cm Length from the Cross to the end
Wire Wrapped Beads
Rare Bali Sterling 925 Silver Special Flower Mate
Last Supper Rosary gift box
 
WEIGHT: 280 G
QUALITY: HIGH QUALITY
            
You are Biding on a nice  925 Silver Beads & 925 Silver Cross Lapis lazuli Rosary, It has Shaped Super  Lapis lazuli BEADS Rosary,With Each Speclal Lapis lazuli Bead Being Round.Well Kept with no cracks at all.Its appearance and quality are excellent.
         
Offering for your spiritual life, witness wear, or gift giving, a stunning religious rosary from olden oridental. This Rosaryis so one size Fits most teens/adults,Very stylish and unique, great religious's witness wear, great prayer reminder, and thanks for looking.this is a Heritage piece you will pass down to your children--or an exceptional one-of-a-kind gift.
                
I'm sorry due to the limit of my camera, I cannot present the complete beauty of this bead to you. If you have the chance to get this Rosary, please don't forget to admire it under light.This Rosary will become part of your life!
                  
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Lapis lazuli
Lapis lazuli is a semi-precious stone prized since antiquity for its intense blue color.
Lapis lazuli has been mined in the Badakhshan province of Afghanistan for 6,500 years, and trade in the stone is ancient enough for lapis jewelry to have been found at Predynastic Egyptian sites, and lapis beads at neolithic burials in Mehrgarh, the Caucasus, and even as far from Afghanistan as Mauritania.
        
Description
Lapis lazuli is a rock, not a mineral: whereas a mineral has only one constituent, lapis lazuli is formed from more than one mineral.
The main component of lapis lazuli is lazurite (25% to 40%), a feldspathoid silicate mineral composed of sodium, aluminium, silicon, oxygen, sulfur, and chloride. Its formula is (Na,Ca)8(AlSiO4)6(S,SO4,Cl)1-2.Most lapis lazuli also contains calcite (white), sodalite (blue) and pyrite (metallic yellow). Other possible constituents are augite, diopside, enstatite, mica, hauynite, hornblende and nosean. Some contain trace amounts of the sulfur rich lollingite variety geyerite.
Lapis lazuli usually occurs in crystalline marble as a result of contact metamorphism.
The finest color is intense blue, lightly dusted with small flecks of golden pyrite. There should be no white calcite veins and the pyrite inclusions should be small. Stones that contain much calcite at all or too much pyrite are not as valuable. Patches of pyrite are an important help in identifying the stone as genuine and do not detract from its value. Often, inferior lapis is dyed to improve its color, but this is often a very dark blue with a noticeable grey cast, may also appear as a milky shade.
          
Uses
Lapis takes an excellent polish and can be made into jewelry, carvings, boxes, mosaics, ornaments and vases. In architecture it has been used for cladding the walls and columns of palaces and churches.
It was also ground and processed to make the pigment ultramarine for tempera paint and, more rarely, oil paint. Its usage as a pigment in oil paint ended in the early 19th century as a chemically identical synthetic variety, often called French Ultramarine, became available.
         
Etymology
Lapis is the Latin for 'stone' and lazuli the genitive form of the Medieval Latin lazulum, which is from the Arabic lazaward, which is ultimately from the Persian lazvard, the name of a place where
lapis lazuli was mined.The name of the place came to be associated with the stone mined there and eventually, with its color. The English word azure, the Spanish and Portuguese azul, and the Italian azzurro are cognates. Taken as a whole, lapis lazuli means "stone of Lazvard".
          
Sources
The best lapis lazuli is found in limestone in the Kokcha river valley of Badakhshan province in northeastern Afghanistan, and these deposits in the mines of Sar-e-Sang have been worked for more than 6,000 years.Badakhshan was the source of lapis for the ancient Egyptian and Mesopotamian civilizations, as well as the later Greek and Roman; during the height of the Indus valley civilization about 2000 B.C., the Harappan colony now known as Shortugai was established near the lapis mines.

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