Worn as a gemstone for centuries, iolite gets its name from the Greek word for violet, "ios." It has been called "water sapphire" because of its translucent purple-blue hues and "Vikings' compass" due to its use by the ancient seafarers in determining the direction of the sun, its optical properties acting as a polarizing filter under overcast skies.
CABOCHON GOLD centerpiece gold 750/- 10mm with iolite 8mm, 0mm neck, Cha21
CABOCHON GOLD Iolite Centerpiece
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