THIS PIECE HAS A FORM WOVEN IN SILVER 950 LAW GIVING THE APPEARANCE OF NATURAL VINES.
THE ORIGIN OF THIS GEM IS THE SECTOR OF COMAYAGUA
Depth of 10 meters.
The name of Chalcedony derives from the port of Bithynia, a Roman province located in present-day Turkey. The term "Chalcedony" generates confusion, because it is the name not only of a family of minerals but of a particular gem belonging to that family. In its broadest meaning it refers to the entire variety of cryptocrystalline quartz, but also indicates a subgroup of the same family comprising only white to gray gemstones. The multicolored variety belongs to the category of Agates.
2. CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF CHALCEDONIA Chalcedony is a cryptocrystalline quartz, more precisely a silicon dioxide, composed of quartz and morganite. Its chemical composition is: Si02.
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).
Health benefit: 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.