Serpentine

(Mg, Fe)3Si2O5(OH)4

The name Serpentine comes from Latin, Serpentinus, or snake rock. Serpentine's beautiful green, and often spotted tones, can resemble a snake skin. Serpentine is the state rock of California and occurs naturally in many locations across the United States.

 

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Colorful Inlay Cuff, Tommy Jackson, Jewelry, Garland's Indian Jewelry
Multi-Stone Inlay Pendant, Mary Coriz and John Aguilar, Jewelry, Garland's Indian Jewelry
Sugilite Cuff, Na Na Ping, Jewelry, Garland's Indian Jewelry
Colorful Inlay Cuff, Tommy Jackson, Jewelry, Garland's Indian Jewelry
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Inlay Pendant, Tommy Jackson, Jewelry, Garland's Indian Jewelry
Inlay Earrings, Tommy Jackson, Jewelry, Garland's Indian Jewelry
Parrot Bola Tie - Jewelry - Porfilio Sheyka - 1
Serpentine Necklace - Jewelry - Lester Abeyta - 1
Inlay Ring - Jewelry - Melanie and Michael Lente - 1
Serpentine Frog - More - Dinah Gaspar
Serpentine and Sugilite Necklace - Jewelry - Melanie and Michael Lente - 1
Serpentine Dragonfly Pin and Pendant - Jewelry - Na Na Ping - 1
Multi-Stone Heishi Necklace - Jewelry - Me-Wee and Nick Rosetta - 1
1970s Tab Necklace - Jewelry - Vintage Collection - 1
Inlaid Pueblo Cross Pendant - Jewelry - Joel Pajarito - 1
White Serpentine and Jade Heishi Necklace - Jewelry - Me-Wee and Nick Rosetta - 1
Mosaic Inlay Earrings - Jewelry - Rena Owen - 1
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