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掌上古玩城十月一精品推荐:玻璃陨石

玻璃陨石,此玻璃陨石呈块状,黑色, 有微弱磁性, 重为389g, 内部高纯度无杂质,通体布满致密的小气泡,外部有融壳,融壳上有流纹,外部和融壳下有时会产生大的气印如下图所示。

Glassy meteorite, this glassy meteorite is massive, black, weak magnetic, weighs 389g, has high purity and no impurities inside, is full of dense small bubbles, has a melting shell on the outside, and has flowing lines on the melting shell. sometimes, large gas marks are generated on the outside and under the melting shell as shown in the following figure.


 

玻璃陨石是与某种石陨石伴生的一种。玻璃陨石为半透明的玻璃质体,有微弱磁性,颜色为墨绿色、绿色,淡绿色,棕色,褐色,深褐色,还有少见的朱砂色。比重为2.6至3.0左右。玻璃陨石是在高空、高温、高压和高速下形成的,所以它有明显的形成特证:内部高纯度无杂质,通体布满致密的小气泡,外部有融壳,融壳上有流纹,外部和融壳下有时会产生大的气印。

Vitreous meteorites are associated with certain types of meteorites. Glassy meteorites are semitransparent glassy bodies with weak magnetism, and their colors are dark green, green, light green, brown, brown, dark brown, and rare cinnabar. The specific gravity is about 2.6 to 3.0. The glassy meteorite was formed at high altitude, high temperature, high pressure and high speed, so it has obvious formation characteristics: high purity inside, no impurities, dense small bubbles all over the body, melting shell outside, flowing lines on the melting shell, and sometimes large gas marks on the outside and under the melting shell.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

英国生物学家达尔文1844在澳大利亚获得一块钮扣状玻璃质石块,以后在世界范围内这种类似玻璃质石块通称为“玻璃陨石”。它是一种天然玻璃物质。由于外观似黑曜岩,故又称似黑曜岩。但两者的成分、结构都不同。

British biologist Darwin obtained a button-shaped glassy stone in Australia in 1844, which was later commonly known as "glassy meteorite" in the world. It is a natural glass substance. Because it looks like obsidian, it is also called obsidian. But the composition and structure of the two are different.

最近十年,随着陨石知识的日益普及,想收藏的不断增多,奇货可居,国内叫价有时甚至远高于国际价格。世界上众多的博物馆和研究机构也对陨石充满了极大的兴趣,一直致力于对其所处星体和时代的研究,进一步促进了陨石经济价值的提升。

In the last ten years, with the increasing popularity of meteorite knowledge and the increasing number of meteorite collections, exotic goods can be found. Domestic prices are sometimes far higher than international prices. Many museums and research institutions in the world are also full of great interest in meteorites, and have been committed to studying the stars and times in which they live, further promoting the economic value of meteorites.


 

随着近年陨石市场的炽热,陨石越来越普遍遭到各界人士的关注,并且由于陨石本身独具的极高的科研价值,陨石在拍卖会上的成果一路飘红。早在1993年,苏富比拍卖行以44.25万美元拍成交一块0.33克的月球陨石,其价值远远高于钻石。在2013年,乌鲁木齐有一块“拳头大”的陨石,标出8千万的天价。其令人难以相信的价钱预示着陨石在珍藏界的宏大冲击力,这就标志着陨石正式跻身具有投资珍藏功用的艺术品门类。科研人员可以通过研究这些陨石对早期宇宙了解更多,科研价值极高,一些发达国家必争之物,形成如今玻璃陨石疯涨局势,真正的一石千金。

With the hot market of meteorites in recent years, meteorites have attracted more and more attention from people from all walks of life. Due to the unique high scientific research value of meteorites, the results of meteorites at auction have been all the way red. As early as 1993, Sotheby's sold a 0.33 gram moon meteorite for $442,500, which is much more valuable than diamonds. In 2013, Urumqi had a "fist-sized" meteorite with a sky-high price of 80 million yuan. The incredible price indicates the great impact of meteorites in the collection field, which indicates that meteorites have officially entered the art category with the function of investment and collection. Researchers can learn more about the early universe through studying these meteorites, which are of high scientific research value and must be contested by some developed countries, thus forming the present situation of soaring glass meteorites, which is really a real treasure for every stone.

此陨石通体呈黑色,油亮且有光泽,留有流星下落穿过大气层受摩擦时所产生高温燃烧后的痕迹与微小的气孔,以及流纹和流线,其断裂面较整齐、无应力裂纹,乃是玻璃陨石中的精品。加上该陨石中的气泡数量较多且形态各异,分布于整个样品中,气泡无收缩造成的边界双影现象,更加印证了其珍稀性,具有极高的收藏价值和升值空间。而且玻璃陨石被藏友们巧妙的运用和收藏,有些能工巧匠更是别出心裁地将小巧的陨石制作成了形状各异的坠链装饰品,以特殊昂贵的价格来出售这些来源极其特殊、有着重大意义的工艺品。所以,无论是实用性鉴赏性还是稀缺性,玻璃陨石都具有明显的优势,成为了新一代收藏物中的的香饽饽,价值不菲。

The meteorite is black, oily and shiny, with traces of high-temperature combustion and tiny pores, as well as streamlines and streamlines generated when the meteor falls through the atmosphere and is rubbed. Its fracture surface is relatively neat and free of stress cracks. It is a fine piece of glassy meteorites. In addition, the meteorite has a large number of bubbles and different shapes, which are distributed throughout the sample. The boundary double shadow phenomenon caused by no shrinkage of bubbles further confirms its rarity and has extremely high collection value and appreciation space. Moreover, glassy meteorites are skillfully used and collected by Tibetan friends. Some skillful craftsmen have even made small meteorites into pendant ornaments with different shapes, selling these artworks of extremely special origin and great significance at special and expensive prices. Therefore, whether it is practical appreciation or scarcity, glassy meteorites have obvious advantages and become a hot item in a new generation of collections with high value.

 

 

 

 

 

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