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PETROVSKY SHUNGITE

A variety of shungite which contains from 70% to 80% of carbon is called Petrovsky shungite. People already used it more than 300 years ago, during the times of Russian Tzar Peter the Great, and this material can still be found, but in very limited quantities. Read the story about Petrovsky shungite here.

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Specimens of petrovsky shungite
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Petrovsky shungite with layer of silver (noble) shungite
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Tumbled petrovsky shungite
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Petrovsky shungite 12mm round bracelets
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Petrovsky shungite 12mm round bracelets
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Petrovsky shungite 8mm round bracelets
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Petrovsky shungite 8mm round bracelets
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Petrovsky shungite 8mm roundel bracelets
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Petrovsky shungite 8mm roundel bracelets
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Petrovsky shungite 8mm round bead strands, 16" long
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Petrovsky shungite 10mm round bead strands, 16" long
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Petrovsky shungite 12mm round bead strands, 16" long
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Petrovsky shungite 8mm roundel bead strands, 16" long
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Petrovsky shungite 8x16mm swirl bead strands, 16" long
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Petrovsky shungite oval cabs 13x18mm
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Petrovsky shungite pear cabs 18x25mm
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Petrovsky shungite 8mm round bead necklaces with clasps, 18" long
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Petrovsky shungite pear shape pendants 20x30mm