|Dimensions (mm)||60 x 45 x 40mm|
|Weight (carats)||650 carats|
>> Found in Largest Impact Crater in the world...
The Vredefort is the largest verified impact crater on Earth. More than 300 kilometres (190 mi) across when it was formed. What remains of it is in the present-day Free State Province of South Africa. This Agate was found Alongside the Vaal River running through this Impact Dome Site.
Natural Rock As it was found ~ Not Treated or Polished.
· Unusual and very rare stone as it has only been compared too or resembling Banded Chalcedony Lace Agate, but, no other Agate has the Perfect Geometric Patterns Triangles and Circles on the outside.
Smooth Brown to light brown outside with geometrical lines, Circles and Triangles. It’s also fairly transparent to translucent on the inside.
* Main Pic is with a Torch underneath >>
Toatal Weight: 130g (650ct)
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