A piece of Moldavite which has been fitted to Sterling Silver to be worn as a pendant.
Moldavite is an olive-green or dull greenish vitreous substance formed by a meteorite impact. It is one kind of tektite.
99% of all moldavite finds have come from the South Bohemian localities, 1% were found in South Moravian localities.
The name Moldavite is derived from the town of Moldauthein (Czech: TÃ½n nad Vltavou) - now in Bohemia (the Czech Republic), from where the first described pieces came from.
Moldavite has a hardness of 5 on Mohs scale.