The Egyptians used this stunning, translucent deep green gemstone. Agate was being used for seals, rings, and vessel decoration at least 3,000 years ago. The historic source of this gemstone, the Achates River, now known as the Dirillo, lies on the Mediterranean island of Sicily, and it bears the name “agate.” The Romans invented the technique for dying it in vivid hues. Today, agate is still favored for jewelry and art pieces, but industry also “loves” it for its hardness and chemical resistance.
What are the benefits of wearing the Green Agate pendant?
Green agate is said to develop empathy, kindness, and a strong sense of justice, as well as to improve emotional and mental flexibility, decision-making, and conflict resolution, according to contemporary healers who employ gemstones in healing. Additionally, it promotes these qualities in others.
Green Agate pendant specifications
- Gemstone: green agate
- Necklace provided