Eye Agate Gemstone Price in Pakistan 7.50 Carat 17.30×11.50×5.50mm

1,200.00

(You are Buying 100% Natural / Real / Genuine Agate)

Name: Agate

Weight in Carat: 7.50

Shape: Cabochon

Size in (mm): 17.30×11.50×5.50mm

Hardness: 6.5 – 7

Clarity: Opaque

Luster: Good

Treatment: N/A

Origin: Afghanistan

Birthstone: Gemini (21 May – 20 June )

Cosmic Color: Yellow & White

Features :

  •         Intricate designs
  •          Perfect Finishing
  •         Water resistance
  •         Tensile strength
  •         Smooth Finish
  •         Beautiful Radiance
  •         Durable
  •         100% original

AGATE PROPERTIES AND AGATE BENEFIT: Physical, emotional, intellectual and spiritual energies; perceptiveness, strength, inspiration, awakening talents.

It helps us let go of negative feelings towards others, foster love, and the courage to start again after a traumatic emotional experience.

IMPORTANT NOTE:Weight and size of gemstone may vary slightly due to difference in measurement scales. Color may not appear exactly as in real life due to variation between computer’s monitor resolution and lights. The buyer is full responsible for any import customs duties and taxes in his country. We do not have any control over these duties, taxes & etc.

RETURN INSTRUCTIONS:If customer is not satisfied with item he/she reverse the right to return item. No return will be accepted after 10 days from shipment of item. Full refund will issued within 72 hours after receiving item.

SKU: Agate7.50 Category:

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Eye Agate Gemstone Price in Pakistan 7.50 Carat 17.30x11.50x5.50mm Eye Agate Gemstone Price in Pakistan 7.50 Carat 17.30x11.50x5.50mm Eye Agate Gemstone Price in Pakistan 7.50 Carat 17.30x11.50x5.50mm Eye Agate Gemstone Price in Pakistan 7.50 Carat 17.30x11.50x5.50mm

The Gemstone Agate

Agate is a banded form of finely-grained, micro crystalline Quartz. The lovely color patterns and banding make this translucent gemstone very unique. Agates can have many distinctive styles and patterns, but each Agate is unique in its own habit, with no two Agates being the same.

A generally accepted requirement in the definition of Agate is that it has to be banded. This qualification distinguishes it from other forms of Chalcedony which are not banded. Exceptions include Dendritic Agate and Moss Agate, which are not true Agates since they lack the banding patterns, but they are still traditionally called Agates since they have more than one color. Onyx, when banded white and black, is technically a form of Agate, and Sardonyx, which is a banded reddish and white Chalcedony, is also technically a type of Agate. Some forms of Carnelian may also exhibit banding and can therefore be classified as both Carnelian and Agate.

Deposits where Agates are commercially mined are usually very extensive, thereby enabling this gemstone to be affordable and inexpensive. However, a fine and sharp banded pattern, combined with natural strong coloring, will quickly increase the cost and value of and Agate. Specific Agate localities will provide similarities in banding style and color, thereby lending many Agates a geographic prefix. Other variety names used will connote specific colors or patterns, such as Fire Agate or Eye Agate.

The history of Agate production is closely tied to German town of Ida-Bernstein, which has evolved as an important gemstone center. Agates and Jasper were historically found in the Ida-Bernstein region, and cut and polished by local craftsman. With the discovery of the enormous Agate deposits in Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil in the 1800’s, the new material was shipped to Ida-Oberstein for cutting and polishing. The local Agate cutters of Ida-Oberstein were well-suited for this job, having been historically trained in this profession. Ida-Oberstain remains today as an important cutting and polishing center.

Agate is generally an inexpensive gemstone when used in jewelry. It is cut and polished into cabochons, and used as beads for necklaces and bracelets. It is also carved into cameos which can be worn as pendants. Agate makes an exquisite ornamental stone, and is cut into slabs, animal carvings, ornate book ends, and small statues and figures. Ornaments such as knife handles, pins, snuff boxes and the like are also cut from Agate.
In general, agate values are quite modest. Their prices reflect mainly labor and artistry rather than the value of the material itself. Agates of large size or with particularly distinctive, fine, or landscape-like color patterns are at a premium. Custom cut pieces or stones from collectible locations would be substantially more expensive.

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