Cave Point Necklace


Named after the famous Cave Point in Door County Wisconsin

Leland Blue…A Great Lakes Gem

From 1870 – 1885 Iron Ore production was in all its glory on The Great Lakes. The iron ore refining process left a byproduct of an assortment of minerals: copper & silica sands melted together at extremely high temperature that was dumped into The Great Lakes…creating Leland Blue. A blue, green, grey or purple stone that is actually an iron ore slag. Today it is sought after for its historical & geographical significance on the beaches of The Great Lakes & not hard to find! Just look for its’ unique colorful, & beautiful appearance!

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  • Sterling Silver
  • Leland Blue
  • Pendant Measures 2.5″x2.5″
  • One of a Kind
  • On Lauren 17.5” chain with 3” extension for adjusting (17-20.5”)


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