Barytes from Castleton, England rock thin section Cufflinks (CL64)
A thin rock section of Barytes was viewed using crossed polarising filters. Barytes is an ore Rock and contains Barium Sulphate, also known as Heavy Spar. Used in oil drilling to pump down the well to lubricate the cutting head and its heaviness to prevent the oil/gas under pressure from blowing back up to the surface.
This sample from Derbyshire near Castleton, famous for ‘Blue John’ fluorite
Silver plated cufflinks with a glass dome. The image has been printed on glossy metal so that both the metal and the magnifying glass dome reflect light. This means that as you move the cufflinks the image has real depth and almost appears 'alive'. Cufflinks measure 18mm across (16mm glass dome) and 25mm deep (from the back of the swivel mount to the front of the glass dome). Supplied in a gift box with a description of the image.
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