What do we mean by this term? What do these Moldavites look like? Are they cold? 🙂
Faceted moldavites in combination with red garnets or zirkons and silver. Small red garnets are other typical gems from the Czech Republic. The combination with moldavites have been popular since 19th century. In the past in was quite popular in combination with fresh water pearls (from Czech rivers).
I wondered how many fake moldavites were being sold and at what price, or in other words, just how many buyers are being scammed. Because of its popularity and the accessibility of usable analytical tools, I decided to turn to eBay. To be sure, I selected only those sellers who were selling very obvious knock-offs.
I drive by fields where moldavites are possible to find almost every day. During the spring and fall season, I am always on the lookout for the time when farmers plow over the earth, looking forward to going out there and searching for Moldavites.
Silver pendants with the famous moldavites from Besednice, called hedgehogs.
Moldavites are not radioactive. Nevertheless, I do come across this question a lot, so let’s go ahead and debunk this myth of Moldavites’ radioactivity and confirm that they are safe to handle.
I often meet with a question about where to buy natural moldavites. I have a tip for you as well as a discount voucher.
Gallery of small moldavites from deposit Besednice – called hedgehogs.
Yellow gold and a green moldavite is a great combination…
I searched for Moldavites on eBay and what did I find? I went through 50 auctions: how many real and how many fake moldavites are being sold?
Are moldavites more rare than gold or diamonds?