The Wild Goose Bead (M16)
The Wild Goose bead is made from deep green rhyolite with white specks found in Sunapee, NH. Sunapee was given it's name from the Algonquin Indians because "suna" means Goose and "apee" means Lake. They called it the Goose Lake because it was a favorite of Wild Geese.
Rhyolite is the stone of balance and regeneration.
DetailsThis bead is a Marblette, and measures 16mm in outside diameter with a solid sterling core of 4.37mm inside diameter.