LIBYAN DESERT GLASS PENDANT
Libyan Desert Glass is a type of silica-rich glass that is found in the Libyan Desert of Egypt. Libyan Desert Glass is a yellowish-green to yellowish-brown color and is translucent to transparent. It is often found as rounded pebbles or larger pieces that have been shaped by erosion.
Libyan Desert Glass is thought to have formed about 29 million years ago during a meteor impact. The heat of the impact melted the sand and other materials in the area, creating a glassy substance. The glass was then shaped and modified by erosion over time.
Libyan Desert Glass is prized for its unusual appearance and is sometimes used in jewelry and other decorative objects. It is also sometimes used in crystal healing practices, and it is believed to have various properties and associations, including the ability to promote healing and clarity.