Leland Blue. A piece of Michigan history and a beauty from ashes story!
From 1870 to 1884 the Leland Lake Superior Iron Co. operated an iron smelter which produced up to 40 tons of iron per day. This unique material was a by-product of the short-lived days of attempting to smelt iron ore in the Northwestern corner of lower Michigan. For a brief 14 year period in history, the slag was discarded in the harbor waters and tumbled naturally. Now found along the shores of Leland Michigan!
This specimen and been cut and polished. So unique and beautiful! An Amazing pendant, cuff or statement ring!
Design cost for a basic bezel setting on a simple cuff beginning at $65