I’m not sure that this photo really does this stone justice. The artwork is crisp and beautifully rendered, but in the unseasonably warm and sunny weather last weekend, the thing that stopped me in my tracks was the sparkle. The gold on the stone is not just a flatly applied color, but is textured, so that it catches the light and makes the stone glow.
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