chrysoprase beaded ring {size 5}

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chrysoprase beaded ring {size 5}

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A beautiful apple-green Chrysoprase is surrounded by a scalloped fine silver bezel, atop a sterling silver backplate, with two bead details adorning the sides. The ring has been stamped .925 for authenticity. It has been given a dark patina and then brought to a soft, satin finish to bring out the details. 

Chrysoprase is a variety of chalcedony. Chrysoprase is highly prized for its opalescent minty, apple-green color, which is especially unique and is owed to its distinctive coloring agent. The name 'chrysoprase' originates from the Greek words, 'chrusos' and 'prason', meaning 'gold' and 'leek', respectively; referring to its leek-green color and the presence of golden inclusions. Chrysoprase frequently occurs in quartz veins of nickel-bearing serpentine rocks and in weathered deposits of nickel ore materials. The deposits can be found all over the world. 

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