Round stalactite fragments of cloudy crystal with sparkling gray centers. One piece has a single nucleus, the other has two. Suspended from 6g polished-brass coils. Stalactites, often found in caves and secluded areas, are formed when mineral-rich water leaks down from the ceiling. As each bead of water drips, its minerals are left behind to create ever-growing, icicle-like formations. When sliced open, they reveal a wondrous assortment of crystals and colors. No two pieces will ever be the same.
Must be at least 6g to wear. Each piece measures approximately 2 ⅞” x 1 ⅛”. Weight is 12 grams per piece.