Crab Fire Agate and Freshwater Pearls - 26" long
Approximately 24-36 million years ago areas were subjected to massive volcanic activity during the Tertiary Period. The fire agates were formed during this period of volcanism when hot water, saturated with silica and iron oxide, repeatedly filled cracks and bubbles in the surrounding rock.
This is a gorgeous necklace I have made with chunky Crab Fire Agate barrel shaped beads and used large freshwater pearls as spacers. Finishing it off with a sparkling leaf style toggle clasp that is very easy for most people to fasten especially if you suffer from Arthritus in your fingers. This necklace being 26 inches long is also long enough to just slip over your head without the need to unfasten it.