A beautiful hemimorphite with a vivid blue translucency is knitted refreshingly. Hemimorphite is formed as a secondary mineral in zinc deposits at low temperatures. There are white, pale sky, gray and brown colors, and such a bright blue looseness is rare. Hemimorphite is made in the form of grapes, granules, fibers, etc., and rough stones that have massive crystals like foam from the host rock are also popular. It was very similar to Smithsonite and Larimer, especially Sumisonite, sometimes symbiotic with hemimorphite, and in the United States, both were called “Calamine”. * This has been identified. Natural stone: Hemimorphite (differentiated) Decoration: Ethiopian Opal, Akoya Pearl, Kyanite, Aquamarine Silk thread: ivory, sky blue Adjustment: Quartz (slide adjustment) String length: about 11cm and 16cm from the center of the stone [About Silk] This work uses silk. It is a delicate silk because it is a natural fiber, but it can be used for a long time with proper care. If you inhale sweat, gently tap it off with a tight towel. Handle with care as it is vulnerable to water and rubbing.