Agate, Fire

Fire Agate is a semi-precious natural gemstone found only in certain areas of central and northern Mexico and the southwestern United States (New Mexico, Arizona and California). Approximately 24-36 million years ago these areas were subjected to massive volcanic...

Agate, Banded, Purple/Pink

A member of the Chalcedony or Cryptocrystalline silica family, Agate is a microcrystalline Quartz that occurs in a broad array of colors.  Pink agate has a waxy and smooth surface. It occurs in many shades of pink. Several pink agates are hollow with small...

Agate, Banded, Peach

Agate is a banded form of finely-grained, microcrystalline Quartz. They occur in a rainbow of colors, and can be translucent or opaque, with unique patterns and banding. Agates have been used since ancient times, dating back to Babylon.  Peach agate is associated with...

Agate, Banded, Black

Tumbled Black Banded AgateBlack Banded Agate Tumbled bowl Black Agate is a banded microcrystalline form of Quartz, it has no visible crystals. Its chemical formula is SiO2 i.e. Silicon dioxide, a common material found even in our own human bodies. It has a hexagonal...