Once you wear this sweet, little piece, others will covet it. They'll pretend not to, but they won't be able to help themselves.
The green stone is Gem Silica, the rarest gem in the quartz family, from the Ray Mine in Arizona. It's no longer mined due to modern mining techniques. Instead, if anyone has a new piece, it came out via pick and shovel. Otherwise, you find it in old collections or estates.
The little stone is citrine. I set the stones using sterling and fine silver. The bail and accent line are 14k gold.
The pendant is about 1 1/4 inches tall by 3/4 inches wide. It is suspended on an 18 inch sterling silver snake chain.