9.3 x 8.4mm Oval Cabochon Green Agate from India, Weight of 2.77ct, Natural dyed gemstone in Translucent Clarity, 1pc Agate - the Color is Forest Green, Mohs Hardness of 6.5 - 7 suitable for daily wear jewelry
9.28 x 8.41 x 5.28mm natural forest-green Agate in oval cabochon shape. The gemstone weight is 2.77ct and it was mined in India. The gemstones clarity is Translucent. This gemstone has been dyed to improve the color saturation, it is a safe gemstone treatment. The product is sold as pictured: 1pc oval green Agate for the price listed.
Agate comes in all colors so it is one of the rare gemstones that can be used to cleanse or unblock all the chakras.
It is believed that wearing agate gemstones brings abundance and wealth.
This is a good size for a center-stone in a ring design.
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Some gems such as onyx, agate and coral are dyed to produce an even color. The art of dying agate is believed to be an ancient one, dating back to the Romans. Agate dying was revived by the Germans early in the 19th century. More about treatments