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  • After a little research, I found that this stone is native to the Caribbean, more specifically, the Dominican Republic and has a combination name

    • by Shannon
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      A few years ago while I was on a cruise of the Southern Caribbean, I happened upon a stone that was in a lot of the jewelry. This stone, although not precious or semiprecious jewel, was a very unique light blue with small very light blue/white “clouds. ” I asked

      people on the cruise ship along with the market sellers and it was explained to me that the stone I was so interested in was in fact a volcanic stone. This blue stone was volcanic? After a little research, I found that this stone is native to the Caribbean,

      • more specifically, the Dominican Republic and has a combination name. The name Larimar comes from the person who found it — his daughter’s name was Larissa — and he combined that with the word “mar” which is Latin for “sea. ” This stone can be found in all kinds of
        jewelry ranging from rings and bracelets to earrings and watches. If you are a fan of unique jewelry, especially blue stones, you need some Larimar jewelry! I wear my Larimar ring all the time and it never fails to bring me compliments and “where did you get that?” questions.



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