The name Aragonite is derived from the town Molina de Aragón in Spain. It is a mineral polymorph of calcium carbonate. Aragonite is formed in hot spring deposits, stalactites and oolites on sea floors and is transformed over time into calcite. It is often a mineral present in a variety of rocks and is formed by the effect of aqueous solutions under low temperature and pressure. It is often the mineral found in stalactites replacing calcite. It also occurs in weathered peridotites, dunites and serpentinites, and, in the form of almond-shaped crystals, in basalts and andesites.
Aragonite Komboloi AC0226
Aragonite komboloi consists of 21 round-shaped beads each 12 mm in diameter, threaded on a high-strength cord.
It is 26 cm long and weighs 54 gr.
A certificate of authenticity is provided.
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