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This piece of agate is a single nodule that has been smashed apart in the river. It is attached to rock, or possibly was embedded total to become eroded over time.

This piece of Scottish crystal is weathered and beaten, but it's a lovely example of how the Scottish agates we sell form. It's a specimen piece rather than a healing crystal. Pop this in your best display cabinet with a light above it.

This piece was found in Ayrshire back in 2021. Sometimes we find pieces we like to hang on to for a bit until we are ready to sell them. This is one of those.

It displays epic lines similar to onyx agate.

Naturally Weathered Lined Chalcedony Specimen (2 halves)

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