chalcedony | PLAINS of STONE
Chalcedony (kal-suh-doh-nee) is a general term for all varieties of quartz such as agate, aventurine, carnelian, chert, chrysoprase, heliotrope, jasper, pietersite, mtorolite and onyx. Druse (drooz) refers to a coating of fine crystals on a rock fracture surface and is found worldwide; most commonly in quartz. It is possible to find Chalcedony Drusy natural gemstones where water is allowed to collect and evaporate on rock. Due to its widespread occurrence in mineral rich locations Chalcedony Druse can be found in a variety of colors from crystal clear to blues, reds, greens, yellows and browns. Quartz based stones vibrate at regular measurable frequencies and are known to conduct energies such as electricity, light and sound. With the power to magnify vibrations of light and sound in ways very similar to sun light splintering and sparkling on a frosty morning, chalcedony druse of any color will delight one’s every sense.