Beloved in Chrysoprase
As at the most valuable gemstone in the chalcedony family, Chrysoprase always mistaken for emeralds by someone. The green apple coloured of chrysoprase is the colour that always found.
Due to the crystals are fine and not able to see by eye, it gains the word of cryptocrystalline.
The word chrysoprase comes from the Greek “chrys,” meaning 'gold or yellow' and “prase,” meaning 'green'. Chrysoprase used to be referred to as “the stone of Venus,” and was often used by the Greeks, Romans and Egyptians to make seals, signets, jewelry and other ornamental objects because of its beautiful, vivid green color. It is said to have been the favorite gemstone of Alexander the Great.