Each stone is unique and can vary slightly in size, shape, color and drawing from the picture.
DESCRIPTION Carnelian was already protected as a gem stone in ancient times, especially on rings. The carnelian occurs in nature as a sinter-like coating of rocks or in the form of a filling of hollow spaces. The carnelians owe their color to the element iron, so they are available in different colors from red to brownish, striped or spotted up to light, almost pink-colored specimens.
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