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Chrysoprase Cabochon Pair


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Chrysoprase is apple-green chalcedony that derives its color from nickel. Its hardness and striking color make it a popular gemstone for jewelry as well as carvings.

As a variety of chalcedony, chrysoprase is a cryptocrystalline quartz gemstone. Transparency ranges from nearly opaque to nearly transparent. Its colors range from apple to olive green and nearly pure greens with medium tones.

While some chalcedony varieties, such as “mtorolite” from Zimbabwe, may derive their green color from chromium, chrysoprases get their color from nickel.

Sometimes, the term “prase” is used to described chrysoprase gems with darker tones. However, prase is also used to refer to green chalcedonies colored by chlorite inclusions found in Europe.

Australian deposits can be found in Western Australia and South Australia but the finest quality chrysoprase originates from the Marlborough district in Queensland.

Chrysoprase is a delightful stone of the green ray. It has metaphysical properties for healing as well as being a stone to attract new love, abundance and prosperity. It promotes joy and happiness and brings through the vibration of Divine Truth, while helping to heal the heart of the energy of depression and anxiety.


• Approx Stone Size :
(1)19*8*2 x 2 (2)21*8*2 x 2 (3)28*13*2.5 x 2 (4)45*12*2.5 x 2 (5)40*14*3 x 2 (6)48*13*3 x 2 (7)25*12*3 x 2 (8)41*10*3 x 2 (9)41*10*3 x 2 mm

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