Besednice Moldavite

Besednice Moldavite are a very rare locality of Moldavite famous for their spiky appearance. They are often nicknamed hedgehogs for their spikes and are one of the rarest and most sought after Moldavite for collections. Besednice Moldavite is named after a small village in South Behemia called Besednice where they are found.

The Besednice field was mined out a long time ago in 2008 in the Czech Republic and only exist in old private collections. This small amount of Besednice were handpicked from an old collection for their more prominent spikes or for their rare angel chime feature. Some Besednice have natural holes which are an uncommon feature in Moldavite.

Some of the Besednice Moldavite are Angel Chimes. Angel Chime is rare feature found in only 1% of Moldavite. It is when a Moldavite makes a chiming sound when dropped or rubbed against glass or metal. It is important to be very gentle and careful when doing this the Moldavite can be damaged. The chiming sound can vary from a short high to low pitch ringing sound. Read more about Angel Chime Moldavite here www.stonesoftransformation.com.au/blog/angel-chimes/

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