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                by   Mac's Gems
                Missoula, Montana  USA
                      Since 1989
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Canadian ammolite jewelry & Korite ammolite jewelry affordaby set in  sterling silver and 14K gold. All ammolite jewelry is priced clearly with color photos. The piece you see is the piece you receive.
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What's new?     Free Shipping!   A certificate of authenticity & care instructions is included with every ammolite jewelry order. Our Korite Ammolite Jewelry ​Collection set in Karat Gold or Korite Sterling Silver & larger ammolite silver pendants.  Ammolite earrings in sterling silver or 14K gold, stud or dangle style.  Ammolite gold pendantsammolite link or cuff bracelets.  We have a large selection of ammolite rings in both silver and gold.  We also have hard to find ammolite bola ties, ammolite tie clips, ammolite cuff links.  For the guys or gals we have ammolite  mammoth pendants.  Our  ammolite books and ammolite DVD's are available.  We have ammolite silver clearance rings at just $79.00 each. Be sure and check out our ammolite loose stones.  If you don't see what you are looking for, please email us and ask..

Jewelry Guide: Millimeter to Inch

1 inch [in]  equivalent to:  25.40 millimeter [mm]  

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A certificate of authenticity is included with each order including grading of the stone and metal type.
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Ammolite was discovered by the Blackfoot Indians in the Canadian Rocky Mountains who named it Buffalo stone.  A Blackfoot woman discovered the stone when looking for firewood.   It was a harsh winter and there were few buffalo and her people were starving.  She heard singing and was drawn to an unusual rock under a cottonwood tree.  The ammolite stone told her it was powerful medicine  and to take it back to her tribe and it would provide bison for her tribe to eat.  The next morning a huge herd of buffalo was seen right outside of their camp.  The ammolite stone was used in bison hunting ceremonies .  It was wrapped in a medicine bundle of buffalo hide.This buffalo stone was called Iniskim.  Today we call it Ammolite.

More than 70 million years ago a hard shelled squid like marine animal roamed the seas until they suddenly became extinct.  When the inland sea receded, ammonites were found in the Bearpaw shale near Lethbridge, Alberta Canada.  The shells were layered then covered with silt and volcanic ash and crushed and compacted.  With eons of elemental movement, tectonic pressure and intense heat, ammolite was born.

Ammolite  is a fossil of an ammonite.  It is sometimes 
referred to as "Grandmother of Pearl".  It has only been a recognized gemstone since 1981.  It is only found in a small area of Southern Alberta and obviously no more is being formed, which makes this beautiful gem very rare. It is also used in Feng Shui  promoting prosperity and healing. 

Mac's Gems brings you this rare gemstone in affordable sterling silver and 14 karat gold, as well as some one of a kind pieces wire wrapped.  Most of our silver items are A to A+ grade stones, most of our gold items are A+ to AA grade.  A spinel or quartz cap is on top of the stone to protect it with the natural matrix on the back, this is known as a triplet. Inclusions and crack lines are perfectly normal, all stones are smooth to the touch. This website is set up so the piece of jewelry you see, is the one you order, is the one you get.  Ammolite varies in color and character so much, ordering by photo is the only possible way our customers will get exactly what they want. Each page contains many photos, so please allow a few minutes for each page to load. We hope you enjoy our site and all its color!
GIA Ammolite Article
Informative Ammolite articles:
International Gem Society Ammolite Info
Korite Gold Collection
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