Weight: 2.1 grams
Dimension: 17 mm x 13 mm x 13 mm
Grade: B quality - small chiped parts
Why is it called Besednice?
Besednice is a small village in southern Czech Republic where moldavites has been mined. So the name of it is because of the village.
Why does it have a deep texture?
It’s because of the sand and wet surroundings there. But only moldavites from this location has so beautiful big sculpture structure.
Are there still more moldavites in Besednice?
No, the location has been completely mined out. There are no more Besednice.
How big Besednice moldavites are?
Average size of Besednice is around 2g. So pieces bigger than 2 grams are really rare and pieces larger than 10 grams are used as an investment pieces.
Why is it so expensive?
It’s because of the structure, shape, and because there are no more of it. Nobody wants to sell it because the price is still going up. And of course because there are only limited quantity on the world of it. And the most quantity own the museum and private collectors.
Our family is importing Moldavites into the USA 33 years.
Moldavite is the product of meteor collision with Earth nearly 15 million years ago. It fell over what is now called Moldau River Valley in Czech Republic. This green Gems are among the most rare minerals on earth. They have been prized by humans for thousands of years and are will given as gifts from royalty to royalty. In legend, it is believed Moldavite was the green stone in the Holy Grail and has the power to quickest one's spiritual evolution.
Even people not sensitive to the energies of stones, often feel the energy of Moldavites. Many sense is as heat, tingling or pulsing sensation in their hand. Other feel a rush of energy through their body, usually upwards out the top of their head. Moldavite's heigh vibrational energy is a powerful chakra opener, particularly at the heart and above. Sleeping with Moldavite activates the Dreams Sense. Wearing it helps manifest positive life charge.