Chalcedony is a translucent, crystalline form of quartz. Its name comes from the Latin word "chalcedonius", probably deriving from a town in Asia Minor known as Chalcedon, known today as Istanbul. Chalcedony is closely related to aventurine, carnelian, agate, and onyx. These pieces of chalcedony were found in Arizona, United States.
Chalcedony is a nurturing stone that promotes both brotherhood and goodwill. It assists in harmonizing the mind, body, and emotions. Chalcedony instills benevolence and generosity while encouraging self-reflection.
Chemical Formula: SiO₂
Commonly found in Spain, Japan, Namibia, Malawi, and The United States.
You will receive one (1) tumbled stone similar to the ones pictured. Colors may vary based on screen size and resolution.