- genuine Crazy Lace Agate with bold banding in shades of red with orange and yellow, a translucent section on top with crystal formations, and a lovely mottled white portion at the bottom - so many pretty things happening in one stone!
- hand fabricated, sterling silver, double sided setting with a matte oxidized finish. Pendant measures 1.75" x 1.25"
- sterling silver, 18" rolo chain with a dainty lobster claw clasp - leave a note at checkout if you'd like a different length
- one of a kind and ready to ship!
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Crazy lace agate is only found in the Chihuahua region of Northern Mexico. It likely formed in the Cretaceous Era, about 65-90 million years ago. Molten rock, especially lava, often has gaps and cavities left by escaping gasses. These openings were slowly filled by siliceous material that was infused with iron and aluminum, creating the intricate banding, concentric shapes and stunning colors!