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Gem Insider™ 14K Gold 11 x 8.75mm Purple Chalcedony & Diamond Ring - 125-680

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125-680 - Gem Insider™ 14K Gold 11 x 8.75mm Purple Chalcedony & Diamond Ring
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Gem Insider™ 14K Gold 11 x 8.75mm Purple Chalcedony & Diamond Ring

Behold the power of purple with this alluring design. Crafted from polished 14K yellow gold, the ring boasts an octagon shaped 11 x 8.9mm purple chalcedony. Trailing down the sides are 14 round single cut diamonds in prong settings.

The chalcedony weighs 3.92ct and the total diamond weight is 0.06ct (both approximate). Measures 7/16"L x 3/4"W x 1/4"H.

Part of the Gem Insider™ Collection. Made in China. All weights pertaining to diamond weights are minimum weights. Additionally, please note that many gemstones are treated to enhance their beauty. Click here for important information about gemstone enhancements and special care requirements.



Quartz that is formed not of one single crystal, but of finely grained microcrystals, is known as chalcedony. With a waxy, dull luster, the variety of chalcedony is even greater than transparent quartz varieties because it includes patterns and a wide range of solid colors. Chalcedony is a catchall term that includes many well-known varieties of quartz gemstones. Some kinds are so widespread in occurrence that they have been given individual names, including agate, carnelian, chrysoprase, bloodstone, onyx, flint, jasper and tiger’s eye. Occurring in every imaginable color, chalcedony has a hardness of 7.0 on the Mohs Scale. It is most prominently found in Namibia, Brazil, Turkey, Uruquay, India, Madagascar and the United States.

Because of its abundance, durability and beauty, chalcedony was one of the earliest raw materials used by humankind. The earliest recorded use of chalcedony was for projectile points, knives, weapons, tools and containers such as cups and bowls. The move from using items as weapons and tools to using the same items for ceremonial and personal adornment is very easily made. It was only natural for early humans to use their finest-looking knives for special occasions or to attach a special lance point or arrowhead to their tunics. In fact, chalcedony may have simply been elevated to gems from common and functional weapons or tools.

The term chalcedony is derived from the Greek word meaning “Chalkedon,” a town in Asia Minor. Legend has ascribed to it such powers as prevention and curing of melancholy and driving away evil spirits. It is said to stimulate maternal feelings and creativity. Chalcedony is also one of the stones listed as in the foundation of the Heavenly City, in Revelations of the Bible.

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