Pear or teardrop shaped semi precious gemstone Polish Flint cabochon 28.5 mm by 21 mm and slightly domed on both sides. It is 6 mm thick.
Polish Flint (or flintstone) is a semi precious gemstone variety of chalcedony.
What is rare in this gemstone cabochon material is the internal layering. This type of flint, called banded flint, only occurred in the Jurassic limestone in Poland (160 million years ago).
The irregular banding creates extremely picturesque internal structures making very special designer cabochons.
Metaphysical Properties: Polish Flint is said to help those too focused on past hurts to move on and it is believed to calm emotional drama.