Belonging to a rare calcite group of minerals, the Smithsonite stone is found in various locations of Africa and Zambia. Although the stone is basically a zinc carbonate, some rare examples replace the sink with another mineral. Golden yellowish tones with rare inclusions can give this mineral a unique appearance.
Originally named in honor of James Smithson, the Smithsonite Stone can come in white or gray colors as well. Some of the more rare examples where the zinc is replaced with another mineral, the stone 10 the green apple green or even pink and purple as well.
Because of this wide range in colors there are several irregularities with the stone that make it very popular despite its relative brittle nature. Often cut and polished into a crystal like shape this stone is an excellent choice for a pendant or necklace.
Originally known as the mineral Hemimorphite, this stone is very popular among gem collectors and jewelry makers alike.
Typically not found in large enough quantities to be cut as slabs, this mineral is still an excellent decoratative piece and makes for an excellent centerpiece to any jewelry. Uniquely hand crafted with the highest of excellence, our Smithsonite jewelry is assembled and built by the loving hands of our talented artisans with the finest 925 Sterling Silver.
No two pieces of our Smithsonite jewelry are exactly alike! Browse our stunning selection of Smithsonite silver pendants, unique Smithsonite silver rings, and dazzling Smithsonite silver earrings.Whether you are searching for the perfect gift for your special someone or looking to treat yourself, Ana Silver Co. has something for everyone! Our Smithsonite silver earrings are hypo-allergenic, and our selection of Smithsonite jewelry is unmatched. See what makes Ana Silver Co different by shopping with us.