11.9 x 10mm Oval Cabochon Yellow Agate from India, Weight of 4.28ct, Natural dyed Gemstone in Translucent Clarity, 1pc Agate - Color: Deep Yellow, Mohs Hardness of 6.5 - 7 suitable for daily wear jewelry
This gemstone is a natural 11.93 x 9.95 x 4.96mm oval cabochon deep-yellow Agate. This gemstone is from India and has a finished weight of 4.28ct. This Agate has a Translucent clarity rating. This gemstone has been dyed to improve the color saturation, it is a safe treatment. The product is sold as pictured: 1pc oval yellow Agate for the price listed.
The gemstone comes in calibrated size of 12 X 10 mm which is preferred for standard-sized jewelry settings.
Agates are most strongly linked with the Gemini zodiac sign.
Agates are well known for their grounding and stabilizing influence.
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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