Chalcedony Minerals

Sort by:
Natural Chalcedony Gemstone Mineral Specimen
Immerse yourself in the natural beauty and healing properties of our Natural Chalcedony Gemstone Mineral Specimen. Straight from India, this raw, crystal gemstone boasts the highest quality and lowest wholesale...
$131.99 $65.99
Natural Chalcedony Crystal Gemstone Mineral Specimen
Coming to us straight from India, is this stunning self-standing Chalcedony mineral specimen! Look within these unique specimens and you will find rich shades of gray, black, and white along...
$69.99 $34.99
Natural Chalcedony Crystal Gemstone Mineral Specimen Home Decor - Gem Avenue Natural Chalcedony Crystal Gemstone Mineral Specimen Home Decor - Gem Avenue
Natural Chalcedony Crystal Gemstone Mineral Specimen
Both big and beautiful, this natural self-standing Chalcedony specimen is a sure must have! This stunning specimen comes to us all the way from India and features a sturdy stone...
$485.48 $322.99
Show:

Chalcedony is a type of quartz that is found in a microcrystalline form. It is named after Chalcedon, a district in Istanbul, Turkey. The word "chalcedony" comes from the Latin word "chalcedonies," which was used by Pliny the Elder in Naturalis Historia to describe a transparent kind of jasper. Chalcedony is dense and has a waxy luster. It can be semitransparent or translucent, but never completely transparent. It can come in many colors, such as white, gray, blue, brown, black, or even colorless. When exposed to ultraviolet light, chalcedony may show a green fluorescence.

Chalcedony is a stone with a long history dating back to 32,000 BP. It was originally used for tool-making but later became popular for creating seal impressions because of its heat resistance. Native Americans believed Chalcedony to be a sacred stone, often using it in ceremonial activities. In the 19th century, Idar-Oberstein in Germany was the largest processing center for Chalcedony in the world. But nowadays, Chalcedony comes from various parts of the world such as India, Iceland, Brazil, Mexico, Italy, Russia, Egypt, Uruguay, and the United States.

Chalcedony minerals are commonly found in weathered volcanic rocks. It can also be found in sedimentary rocks, but it is very rare for it to be found in either igneous or metamorphic rocks. Chalcedony is part of the quartz family and comes in many different varieties such as agates, bloodstones, carnelians, and chrysoprases. In crystal beliefs, it is said that Chalcedony promotes emotional balance and stamina/endurance, and alleviates hostilities and feelings of depression.