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Laguna Agate - Ojo Laguna, Estacion Ojo Laguna, Mun. de Ahumada, Chihuahua, Mexico

Agate is a micro-crystalline form of silica, generally consisting of chalcedony. Agates can be found in many locations, but are generally associated with volcanic areas. Physical Properties of Agate Chakra Crystals, Stones And Crystals, Gem Stones, Minerals And Gemstones, Rocks And Minerals, Growing Crystals, Orange Crystals, Mineralogy, Minerals

Agate Meaning and Agate Healing Properties - Gem Coach

Agate is a micro-crystalline form of silica, generally consisting of chalcedony. Agates can be found in many locations, but are generally associated with volcanic areas. Physical Properties of Agate

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AGATE( Αχατης) Bouquet Plume Agate / Marfa, Texas looks like a husky head with a duck under chin Minerals And Gemstones, Crystals Minerals, Rocks And Minerals, Stones And Crystals, Cool Rocks, Beautiful Rocks, Rock Collection, Mineral Stone, Rocks And Gems

Marfa Bouquet Agate

This bouquet agate from Marfa, Texas is about 4 inches high. It's an interesting stone in that it's mostly hollow... You can see the opening on the left hand side. That opening reaches around behind the solid section where the plumes are. Kind of odd in that respect. I just love the black agate with the yellow plumes or "Bouquets". Every once in a while I look at it and think I'd like to get rid of the calcite on the right hand side... Just to clean it up a bit. You'll notice it's still…