Item No. 1701
Jade, teal, white and aquamarine glass make up the swirling waters of this ancient sea.
The interior and glass casing use 30% recycled materials and the price includes an engravable marble base.
Lake Turkana in the Great Rift Valley of Kenya, is the world's largest permanent desert lake known as the Jade Sea from its deep greenish blue, aquamarine color.
2 to 3 million years ago, the lake was a large fertile center for early humans.
In 1972 Richard Leakey discovered a 2 million year old skull there and in 1984, Turkana Boy, a nearly complete Homo Erectus skeleton.
More recently Meave Leakey has discovered a 3.5 million year old skull by the shores of the beautiful Jade Sea of Kenya.