Dark Green Agate Asymmetrical Statement Necklace, Emerald Green Faceted Bead Necklace with Tibetan Silver, Chunky Green Jewelry

by 123gemstones

Dark green agate asymmetrical statement necklace. Beautiful chunky emerald green 14mm faceted beads are separated by 5mm Tibetan antique silver disc shaped spacer beads. I also used Tibetan silver bead caps on the agate to frame the large ornate 22mm silver focal bead. The length is about 21 inches long and finished with a Tibetan silver leaf toggle clasp. You can wear the large focal on either side of your neck. Gemstone jewelry is perfect for any gift occasion.

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The agate is one of the oldest stones in recorded history. Agates attract strength. Agate is a protection from bad dreams. It also protects from stress and energy drains. Agates have been used in jewelry since Biblical Babylonian times. They were used to ward off storms and they were prized gems in antiquity. The agates with banded colors were placed at the head of a sleeper to give rich and varied dreams. Agate is a hard stone that comes in any colors! This type of chalcedony is formed from layers of quartz and is found all over the world. Agates are said to be amazing for grounding and balance. They also can bring you abundance, wealth, protection, love, and connection with the natural world! Probably the most famous place that agate is mined is Idar-Oberstein in Germany where it has been collected since 1548. Other locations to find agate are Uruguay, Brazil, United States, Mexico, Madagascar, Italy, Egypt, India, China, Scotland.

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