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Husbands Valentines Day Gift, Raw Blue Geode Stone on Sterling White Gold Tie Clip and Tie Tack Set, Tie Clip Gift Set for Father's Day


Husbands Valentines Day gift perhaps! A luxury jewelry set featuring a raw geode tie clip in a modern bar style, plus a tie tack created with the matching baby geode half. A masculine, raw, blue and black geode set into my sterling silver tie clip with 4 prongs. A unique cufflink and tie clip gift set for Father's Day or husbands birthday...etc. See the extensive geode cufflink collection in my shop to make it a full men's jewelry set. Ready to ship worldwide in under 3 days.

Tie clip bar is approximately 4mm wide and 2" long (standard size)
Prongs are heavy duty gauge and very sturdy.
Geode is 13mm x 12mm approximately

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Geodes are spherical rocks that contain hollow cavities lined with crystals. The name geode comes from the Greek word Geoides, which means "earthlike." These unique rocks can be formed in a variety of ways.

In volcanic rock, geodes start out as bubbles. Geodes can form in areas far away from volcanoes, too. In sedimentary rock, geodes might start out as animal burrows, mud deposits, or even tree roots.

Over time, the air, mud, or tree roots create a hollow cavity within the rock, while the outer edges harden into a spherical shape. Then the real scientific magic happens as groundwater begins to flow around and through these rocks.

Groundwater naturally picks up a variety of minerals as it makes its way down from the surface. These minerals, including quartz, amethyst, and calcite among others, become dissolved in the groundwater and then get deposited on the inside of developing geodes over long periods of time.

After thousands of years of groundwater seepage, what is the result? You can see the beautiful result when you open a geode to reveal crystal points and/or layers of banded crystals inside the geode's cavity.

Like a fingerprint, every geode is unique, because each geode has a unique composition that is different from every other geode. The only way to discover the beauty inside of a geode is to crack it open with a rock hammer or cut it open with a rock saw.

Geodes will vary widely in terms of their size, crystal formation, and colors. Some of the most prized geodes are those that feature rare black calcite or amethyst crystals.

Geodes can be found all over the world. Areas with the most geodes, however, tend to be deserts, volcanic ash beds, or areas with plentiful limestone. In the United States, for example, you can find plenty of geodes in California, Arizona, New Mexico, Utah, Nevada, Iowa, Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, and Ohio. (VIA WONDEROPOLIS.ORG)