Sea Blue Chalcedony Gemstone Beads

Rough Sea

The name of Chalcedony is derived from Greek word Chalkedon. The history of this gemstone dates back to ancient times when it was used for making seals and amulets. The color of gemstone varies from milky white to light grey. The configuration of Chalcedony is referred as cryptocrystalline which states that its crystalline configuration cannot be witnessed by open eye as the result of which this gemstone is extracted into small pieces and seen through microscope. Chalcedony Gemstone beads named as dyed Chalcedony have to undergo coloring process for the period of two months to give it fascinating looks. Chalcedony is said to explore stamina, responsibility, feeling of friendship and fraternity, kindness and control on emotions.

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Sea Blue Chalcedony - Tear Drop Briolette (DCHL3)

Dyed Blue Chalcedony Tear Drops Briolette

Sea Blue Chalcedony - Tear Drops Plain (DCHL2)

Dyed Blue Chalcedony Plain Tear Drops

Sea Blue Chalcedony - Heart Briolette (DCHL1)

Dyed Blue Chalcedony Heart Briolette

Sea Blue Chalcedony - Flat Pear Briolette (DCHL4)

Dyed Blue Chalcedony  Flat Pear Briolette

Sea Blue Chalcedony - Puffed Diamond Cut (DCHL6)

Dyed Blue Chalcedony  Puffed Diamond Cut
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