Which chalcedonies (a semi-precious stone) are most commonly found in Jewellery articles?

Even though most Chalcedonies have been ignored for most of the past century, several varieties of Chalcedony have become more and more popular over the last two decades. Chalcedony chrysocolla, Chalcedony Holley and Chalcedony Mojave, Chalcedony blue agate, Chalcedony carnelian, and chrysoprase are increasingly in demand for jewelry. There is a very good reason for this upward spike. post sources of these agates have produced gems of such surpassing beauty that they have simply become impossible to ignore. American and European lapidary artists have made extensive use of these materials in gem carvings. A few years ago Town & Country magazine featured an article on blue agate attesting to the fact that chalcedony is enjoying a post surge in popularity.

      Natural Blue Chalcedony Cabochon

 The best example of the first three types mentioned is found in the United States. The last two are found in Africa and Australia. All are from sources that have been discovered in the last twenty years. So fairly post sources for Chalcedony Gemstone, a semi precious stone.

Dyed Chalcedony
Dyed chalcedony yellow, blue, rose, orange, pink, blue, aqua, black, green color

Not even natural purple chalcedony but also pink, aqua, blue, green, white, lavender which are dyed colors, are in huge demand in the market. Low prices, a wide range of colors, elegant looks, and easy availability make all these dyed colors famous. You will wonder know that designers are using 0.30$ per carat chalcedony with small size natural precious emerald stones. We are making cabochons, checkerboard, normal cut, and fancy cut as well. Have a look at this chart to know more about different colors of chalcedony –

Dyed Chalcedony color chart
                                                                                 Dyed Chalcedony color chart