Picture taken under fluorescent light, no gimmicks or transparencies; the color is natural. Beautiful regmaglifos and erosion lines having been buried in sand.
It weighs 25 grams and measures ± 5.5x 3 x 2 cms.
Is chemically formed by a O2 98% Si, with traces of iron and titanium oxide.
Mineralogically are one type of natural glass formed Lechatelierite called high temperatures.
"Recent analytical show that is a tektite, formed by the impact of a meteorite that melted sand
rich in calcium and magnesium, hence its color. Found inside the bubbles with elements Libianita
meteorites, trapped in the process of collision and fusion. Libianita not have the typical structures of flight
of tektites, but if regmaglifos preserved and erosion lines having been buried in the sand.
Líbico quality GLASS order of importance determines the intensity of color, transparency,
softness in the shapes and size. This material is very special and scarce. "