Medium - 83.53 grams
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💜 Botryoidal Purple Chalcedony was discovered in Indonesia in 2016.
Botryoidal is a term used to describe sphere-shaped crystals that have naturally formed together. Boitroydal purple chalcedony is called grape agate due to its resemblance to the fruit.
The name "grape agate" has stuck as a marketing term. However, the name is a misnomer which means that the name is scientifically incorrect. There are no arguments with "grape" because of its close resemblance to the fruit. But, the use of "agate" draws objections
Chalcedony is not scientifically its own mineral species, but rather a form of Quartz in microcrystalline form. Chalcedony is a cryptocrystalline form of silica, composed of very fine intergrowths of quartz and moganite.
Grape agate is a tranquil and gentle stone. It promotes inner stability, composure, and maturity. Its warm, protective properties encourage security and self-confidence. It allows for deep and intense levels of meditation in a short period of time.
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At this time we are unable to resize any of our rings but are happy to help present a additional options that may not be listed on Etsy yet. We welcome you to send us a message and we will work together.
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Some gems and minerals can be fragile and we recommend handling your specimen with care. Please also know that out of abundance of caution, we do not recommend the trend of putting mineral specimens in your drinking water as it is not always healthy to do so. Additionally, some minerals are water soluble and using water as a method to clean certain specimens can lead to deterioration. We do recommend dusting your minerals with a wide paintbrush you can find at the dollar store or by using an air can.