Green stone with a rich history from Australia
Green stone with a rich history from Australia
€7,95

Green stone with a rich history from Australia

EUR 7,95

This green variant of Chalcedony has a rich history and is a popular gemstone. This set consists of a cuddly stone and a rough piece.

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Green chalcedony variant

Chrysoprase is a variant of chalcedony and belongs to the quartz family. The name comes from the Greek words: 'Chrys' which means 'gold or yellow' and 'Prason' which means 'leek'. Both names refer to the colors in which chrysoprase can occur, from yellow to green. The amount of nickel is decisive here. We know this mineral mainly from its apple to mint green color.

The Victory Stone

Chrysoprase has been a beloved gemstone for centuries. In ancient Egypt, the stone was associated with fertility. Necklaces have been found with cut pieces of chrysoprase in combination with Lapis lazuli and sodalite. Charlemagne wore a belt in which the stone was incorporated during his campaigns. Chrysoprase was seen as a victory stone in this period.

How Chrysoprase works

Chrysoprase is a good stone to discover the inner child. It provides a feeling of security. The stone helps to remain calm in stressful situations and brings balance to daily life. Nightmares are warded off during sleep and help to accept yourself as you are.

Product information
Article code Chp7
EAN 8784765248502
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