Lemon Chrysoprase Tumbled Stone
This listing is for one stone even though the photos show two groups.
As a point of reference, the center stone in the first photo measures an inch long and weighs a third of an ounce. The center stone in the second photo measures 1.11 inches long and weighs half of an ounce.
Lemon Chrysoprase is similar to Chrysoprase, but rather than a composition of silica and nickel, it is a composition of magnesium carbonate and nickel.
Nickeleon Magnesite is called Lemon Chrysoprase or Limon Chrysoprase. This is its actual coloring. Super beautiful. This stone comes from the Eastern Goldfields area in Western Australia in the same vicinity as Chrysoprase. They are mined from a mineral belt that stretches between Wiluna down to Norseman.
Magnesite is magnesium carbonate. As you can see, it crystallizes in nodules and in veins. The Magnesite is the white portions and the Nickel turns most of it green.
The name Chrysoprase comes from two Greek words 'chrsus' and 'prason,' which means 'gold' and 'leek-green.'
Lemon Chrysoprase holds the feminine principle of success in the world.