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- Her design is based on the hyacinth flower.
- Jacinth is a traditional name for yellow, orange or red-brown zircons.
- It has a chemical composition of ZrSiO4, a hardness of 7½, and a tetragonal crystal system.
- This trade name is no longer widely used for this particular gem.
- Zircons are mostly found in igneous and sometimes metamorphic rocks.
- Zircons are the oldest minerals known on Earth.
- The world's oldest zircons are 4.4 billion years old.
- They are so important that geoscientists created "zirconology". Since zircons contain elements of uranium and thorium, elements with known half-lives. When uranium decays, geoscientists can estimate its age.
- It has high birefringence.
- Jacinth has important historical value for its description on the breastplate of Aaron in the Old Testament.
- It is an alternative birthstone for December
- Jacinth's name derives from the Latin hyacinthus, referring to the flower hyacinth.
- Zircon's name comes from the Arabic (as well as Persian "azargun") "zar", gold, plus "gun", colored.
- Metaphysically, jacinth strengthens self-esteem, instills wisdom, attracts wealth, and promotes protection against nightmares.
- Generally, zircons represent harmony, virtue, balance, and spirituality.