Origin: Honduras sector Occidente
Mounting: in 925 sterling silver
In the Bible Chalcedony is among the twelve gems given to Moses on Mount Sinai who, obeying the divine order (Exodus 28: 15-30) had them set in the breastplate of Aaron (Great Priest and brother of Moses). These twelve gems represented the twelve sons of James and the respective tribes of Israel. Four of the twelve stones of Aaron's breastplate belong to the Chalcedonian family: Agate, Jasper, Onyx and Carnelian. In the Revelations (21, 19-21) a group of twelve stones placed in the foundations of the wall of the city of Jerusalem are mentioned and again four of them belong to the family of Chalcedon. These gems are directly associated with the apostles (Revelations 21, 14)
Chalcedony is used to dispel them and helps to get rid of negative and unwanted forces. It helps by giving weight to the things that matter, allowing us to distinguish between positive and negative forces.