Gold and obsidian crescent pendant “Antalya”


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Elegant pendant dated from the 40s in 18 carat gold formed by a crescent moon hammered on the border and set with a round obsidian and engraved with geometric patterns. A refined piece with a unisex style, perfect to wear on a thin chain around the neck or as a charm on a bracelet.
Length: 1.5cm without ram, 2cm with ram
Width: 1.3cm
Weight: 1.24g
Eagle hallmark
This unique piece had a previous life in Turkey.

The story: Obsidian is a rock created from natural volcanic glass, resulting from the rapid solidification of lava, thus preventing the crystallization of minerals. Its name derives from Obsius, a Roman who brought the first piece of Obsidian from Ethiopia to Rome. Obsidian arrowheads, dating back more than 8,000 years, have been discovered by archaeologists at archaeological sites in Anatolia, Turkey. This black stone with metallic reflections has been considered a protective stone for centuries. Its deep hue also symbolizes balance and stability.