Agates AG014


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Product Description: 

Agates are a type of semi-precious gemstone recognized for its stunning banded patterns and diverse color palette. They are a kind of chalcedony, a type of microcrystalline quartz. Agates are commonly used in jewelry, sculptures, and artistic products because of their concentric or uneven bands of varied hues. 

Key Characteristics: 

Type    Agates 
Code   AG014
Color     Yellowish Grey
Transparency     Translucent
Hardness     6.5-7 Mohs
Dimension     24x16x7 mm
Weight     22.70 ct
Origin     Iran

Product Features: 

  • Agates occur in a variety of hues, including white, gray, blue, green, pink, brown, and red. These hues are frequently stacked or banded in complicated patterns, giving each agate a distinct appearance.  
  • Agates are created in the voids of volcanic or sedimentary rocks. Mineral-rich water percolates through the crevices over time, producing layers of quartz and other minerals. This long process produces the unique banding. 
  • Translucency: Agates are often transparent, allowing varied degrees of light to penetrate through them. This feature can improve their aesthetic appeal, particularly if they are trimmed and polished. 
  • Agates have a hardness grade of 6.5 to 7 on the Mohs scale of mineral hardness, making them moderately durable and appropriate for use in jewelry. 
  • Agates are commonly used to make jewelry such as necklaces, bracelets, earrings, and rings. They are also utilized in the production of beads, cameos, and tiny ornamental things. Agates are valued by certain collectors for their distinct patterns and hues. 
  • Agates come in a variety of colors and shapes, each having its own distinct look. Among the well-known variations are blue lace agate, moss agate, dendritic agate, and fire agate. 
  • Agates have long been related to healing and mystical abilities in numerous civilizations. Agates are thought to offer many energies and advantages, such as creating balance, protection, and inner calm. These ideas fall under the umbrella of crystal and gemstone metaphysics. 
  •  Geological Importance: Agates are frequently examined by geologists because they reveal information about the geological history of a region. The banding patterns can give information about the agate’s formation circumstances. 

Important note: 

The weight and size of the gemstone may slightly differ due to variations in measurement scales. The color may not be the same as in real life because of differences in computer monitor resolution and lighting. The buyer is solely responsible for any import customs duties and taxes in their country. We have no control over these duties, taxes, and so on. 

Return/ Exchange Policy 

We have a return and exchange policy available within 15 days (about 2 weeks) when the shipment is received. 

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