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ID: 2543261 pcs
thumb image of 14.1ct Pear Cabochon Green Chrysoprase (ID: 254326)
14.06 ct Chrysoprase
18.1 x 13.3 mm
$ 98.42
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ID: 4471891 pcs
thumb image of 0.7ct Oval Cabochon Green Chrysoprase (ID: 447189)
0.73 ct Chrysoprase
6.6 x 5.6 mm
$ 3.92
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ID: 4587951 pcs
thumb image of 0.7ct Oval Cabochon Green Chrysoprase (ID: 458795)
0.71 ct Chrysoprase
6.3 x 5.1 mm
$ 2.84
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ID: 3291561 pcs
thumb image of 39.5ct Oval Cabochon Green Chrysoprase (ID: 329156)
39.50 ct Chrysoprase
22.3 x 19.1 mm
$ 144.57
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ID: 2715391 pcs
thumb image of 12.5ct Pear Cabochon Green Chrysoprase (ID: 271539)
12.50 ct Chrysoprase
16.2 x 13.6 mm
$ 56.25
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Chrysoprase

Chrysoprase is a gemstone variety of chalcedony or cryptocrystalline quartz, colored by trace amounts of nickel. Its color varies from apple-green to deep green. Chrysoprase deposits are found in Australia, India, Kazakhstan, Madagascar, Russia, Zimbabwe, South Africa, Tanzania, Brazil and the USA (Arizona and California).

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