Not sure why I'm drawn to this material unless it's the leathery touch or the acid color, like antifreeze, and such great depth. Lovely material, it is.
Had a few pieces left that I had finished last week so my special order customer would have a stone choice and I set this one very simply since the stone was vein-y and 'busier'. It deserved some peace and quiet in its setting, I thought.
Does anyone remember those Brach's candies that were whitish and had bits of colored jellies embedded in them? Like hard white taffy with pieces of translucent petrified jelly. Well, that's what this stone reminds me of with the clearish green places outlined by the white veining. Sounds weird - looks 'way cool.