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Chalcedony is a cryptocrystalline quartz with microfibrous structure. There are many different named chalcedony varieties including agate which is simply banded chalcedony. Jewelry with reddish color chalcedony is known as carnelian jewelry. There are many other named varieties of agate and chalcedony which are usually based on distinctive patterns or colors. Jewelry set with black chalcedony is known as black onyx jewelry.
We have superior quality chalcedony necklaces available in bead necklaces and also with chalcedony cabochon gems set in sterling silver.
Our natural chalcedony gemstones are mined at locations around the world including Brazil, Turkey, Montana (USA), India, Africa and Mexico.
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See also our page displaying other chalcedony jewelry designs.
We also have more chalcedony mineral specimens and agate bookends in stock.
We have a page displaying only carnelian agate jewelry designs. These carnelian jewelry items are all handcrafted in pure .925 sterling silver.
To see more agate photos, just select another item category from the table below.
To see photos of another mineral variety, select any item category link in our Mineral Inventory & Factsheet Index.
To see more chalcedony photos, just select another item category from the table below. To see photos of another mineral variety, select any item category link in our Mineral Inventory & Factsheet Index.
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We have many other kinds of natural gemstone necklaces available.
See the links below for a selection of superior quality hand-crafted gemstone necklace designs.
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We do have additional inventory of handcrafted chalcedony necklace designs in stock, so be sure to let us know if you have any chalcedony necklace requests. Please contact our webmaster or our 'site' geologist with any questions or comments.