CHRYSOPRASE FACETED 925 STERLING SILVER JEWELLERY

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    The ancient Greeks and Romans were aware of chrysoprase as a gemstone. A few pieces have been discovered among their artifacts, although it was not widely used at the time. After reserves in Poland were identified in the 1700s, chrysoprase became a popular gem in Europe. The majority of chrysoprase is now produced in Australia, but due to restricted resources, it is not widely used.

    Origin: Europe. Color: Olive to apple green. Clarity: Opaque to nearly transparent. Cut: Facets. Treatment: Untreated 100% Genuine Gemstone