Very rarely a sikhote-alin will have a hole in it. This is a result of a thin place burning through while the piece was coming through the atmosphere. Most holes are very small, only a couple mm across. I was fortunate to get to look through about 15-20 pieces with holes and selected only these five. All have nice large holes that are easy to see.
|Weight 253.10 grams. The piece has a large crevasse that cuts 1/2 to 2/3s of the way through, but one small section stayed intact forming a hole. Pic2 Pic3 Pic4 Pic5|
|Weight 58.74 grams. Hole
|Weight 51.56 grams. Hole is 8x4mm|
|Weight 40.17 grams. Free standing. Hole is 4x6mm|
|Weight 30.24 grams. Free
standing. Hole is 4x6mm.