Tiffany stone is rare and is only found in the Brush Wellman Beryllium Mine in Western Utah. It is no longer being mined, so this is it. I came across the stone on our trip to Zion National Park last spring when I met Todd Harris in his "Zion Prospector" store. When he told me that he was the one who named the stone, it felt like I was meeting a rock star. (Wow, was that non-intentionally clever!)
The Tiffany Stone wanted to hang out with some Charoite and I added two pink quartz stones and an amethyst - all gracefully suspended in sterling and fine silver.
The pendant is about three inches tall and two inches wide.
"It is good knowing that glasses are to drink from. The bad thing is not to know what thirst is for".