Green Agate Gold Plated Silver Wire Wrapped Handmade Pendant

Green Agate Gold Plated PendantStatement green agate pendant was wire wrapped in gold plated silver. For more details see here.

Agate is a translucent variety of microcrystalline quartz.  It is used as a semi-precious stone when it is of desirable quality and color.  Agate generally forms by the deposition of silica from ground water in the cavities of igneous rocks. Agate occurs in a wide range of colors which include:  brown, white, red, gray, pink, black and yellow.  The colors are caused by impurities and occur as alternating bands within the agate.  The different colors were produced as ground waters of different compositions seeped into the cavity. Agate has been used as gemstone for thousands of years.  They were some of the earliest stones fashioned by people.

Agate is a stone of strength. It was used by the Ancients on the breastplates of armor to give warriors strength and make them  victorious in battle. Energetically, it is considered to give strength  in both battle and physically. Agate enhances creativity and strengthens the intellect, making it a beneficial stone for both students and artists. It is also known as a good luck stone. Emotionally, agate gives courage, emotional strength,  self-confidence, and dispels fears. It can also lessen feelings of envy by  grounding the emotions. Because of the harmonizing qualities of agate, and its  emotional energies of removing and releasing resentments and bitterness, it is also considered by many to be an excellent stone for helping to  heal and improve relationships.

Source: Agate, Agate Gemstone

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