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Authentic Original Design Fine Shape Moldavite with Certificate of Authenticity (5.1grams)Moldavite Crystal $235.50 Add to cart
Unique Small Rare Tumbled Moldavite Pendant with Certificate of Authenticity (1.9grams)Moldavite Crystal $95.00 Add to cart
Fine Piece Shape Tumbled Moldavite Pendant with Certificate of Authenticity (1.9grams)Moldavite Crystal $95.00 Add to cart
Glossy Rare Fine Piece Moldavite Pendant with Certificate of Authenticity (2.1grams)Moldavite Crystal $103.00 Add to cart
Rare Shape Moldavite with Certificate of Authenticity (5.85grams)Certified Moldavites $364.73 Add to cart
Unique Investment Glossy Moldavite with Certificate of Authenticity (7.65grams)Certified Moldavites $455.03 Add to cart
Hedgehog Moldavite from Besednice with Certificate of Authenticity (4.28grams)Besednice Moldavite $352.52 Add to cart
Rare Fine Jewelry Shape Moldavite with Certificate of Authenticity (3.8grams)Moldavite Crystal $96.00 Add to cart
Fine Jewelry Shape Moldavite with Certificate of Authenticity (2.9grams)Moldavite Crystal $75.00 Add to cart
Fine Jewelry Shape Moldavite with Certificate of Authenticity (2.8grams)Moldavite Crystal $75.00 Add to cart
What Exactly is a Moldavite Crystal?
Moldavite is often referred to as an impactite or mineraloid. An impactite is an object that fell from the sky. At the same time, it was also formed naturally and this inorganic stone has no crystalline structure, making it a mineraloid.
Moldivite is also called a tektite. Tektite is a coined term used to refer to where the cosmic impacts came from. These cosmic impacts produced gray, brown, green, or even black glasses, each uniquely shaped by heat and debris.
The earliest use of a Moldavite crystal dates back to 25,000 B.C. It was used by Neolithic people as a charm crystal for fertility and fortune. Later on, it was also used as an arrowhead and in other various weapons.
Since Moldavite crystals are glass-like, it is indeed fragile. Its hardness is basically similar to a man-made glass. That is why it is better to use it in earrings, or pendants where chances of hard impact are reduced.
The beautiful teardrop shape of most of the Moldavite crystals makes an exquisite jewelry piece.
How to Determine if Your Moldavite Crystal is Fake?
Like many other jewelry pieces, a Moldavite crystal can also be imitated and be sold as authentic Moldavite gems. There are lots of replicas from Asia and other parts of Europe. But there are ways to identify a real Moldavite.
The first one to look at is the color. The usual color of a Moldavite crystal is olive-green, but its color varies from pale to translucent green too.
The indication of an authentic Moldavite crystal is the presence of bubbles trapped in the stone. If you see a Moldavite with a shiny surface that could probably be a replica.
Next up is the stone’s texture. Authentic Moldavite crystals do not have a clayish texture at all. A Moldavite crystal looks more like a green soda bottle. Since it is amorphous in nature, it should not have a definite texture and form.
Moldavite Crystal for Transformation
Moldavite crystals are often called the Stone of Transformation because of the changes it can bring to those who wear it. It can be seen as a catalyst for a shift in the life of a person, physically, emotionally, and spiritually.
With us, every piece of Moldavite crystal for sale comes with a certificate of authenticity. As a member of the IMCA, we work with reputable certified suppliers of Moldavite crystals.