We're so pleased to be offer you this distinctive design that combines rich sky blues and turquoise seas with those jewel like splashes of reds and pinks.
What's more, it's never been available in stores, or on this or any other website.
It is a form of chalcedony, so composed of quartz and moganite, and that accounts for the strength and variety of colours we see here.
The name probably comes from its source in the town of Chalcedon in Turkey, and has been used since ancient times.
Indeed, it’s mentioned in the Book of Revelations, and by Pliny The Elder in his Naturalis Historia as being related to jasper.
Although naturally created millions of years ago, this fragment of agate is only visible through the latest high resolution technology. A coming together of ancient and contemporary, technological and natural. Very Weston!