17.4 x 8.7mm Fancy Green Agate from India, Weight of 2.54ct, Natural dyed Gemstone in Transparent Clarity, 1pc Carved Leaf Agate - Color: Medium Green, Mohs Hardness of 6.5 - 7 suitable for daily wear jewelry
Gemselect has good prices and many different varieties. I like to collect untreated natural loose gemstones and this is the only website I purchase from. All gemstones are highly detailed about information, state whether they are treated or not, county of origin. I highly recommend them.
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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