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These breathtakingly beautiful, enigmatic stones, coveted by collectors and gemstone dealers throughout the world, cannot be found on the commercial market. In fact, they are so rare that the average enthusiast, accustomed to seeing typical brown Fire Agate commonly found in rock shops across the USA, cannot even identify these gem-quality stones as fire agate. The typical response? "Wow, these...
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Fire Agate rough, gems, jewelry, gemstones, cabochons, specimens. Buy fire agates rough and gemstones. Fire Agate For Sale. Here is a summary of some of what you will find on our website. Check out our fire agate location pages for helpful information on fire agate mineral locations and public fire agate rockhounding sites. Links to some of our favorite fire agate gemstone related websites are...
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Providing raw and finished material with focus on Fire Agate & More Rare beautiful Gemstones Links to Diamond Pacific tools and Tutorials for Carving Fire Agate. I love being outdoors in my spare time and many of my pieces are directly influenced by my time in nature. I strive to highlight the...
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Navajo Zuni Turquoise Coral Spiny Oyster Fire Agate Mens Ladies Sterling Silver Rings Pendants Bracelets & Earrings, Australian Opal 14k Yellow White Gold. Zuni Indian Jewelry Mens Turquoise Shell, multi stone Inlay Money Clip by Esalie. New Mens Sterling Created Opal Hummingbird Inlay Ring Amy...
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Fire Agate Gemstones of Arizona. Deer Creek, Slaughter Mountain, Oatman, Saddle Moutain, Round Mountain, Black Hills. Gems of Arizona. Fire Agate Gemstone Information: SiO2. A variety of chalcedony. Fire agate gemstones have beautiful iridescent rainbow colors, similar to opal, with a measurement...
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This site is dedicated to Deer Creek Fire Agate, Deer Creek Arizona, Deer Creek Fire Agate Rough, Gemstones, and Deer Creek Fire Agate Mineral Specimens. Current day mining activities are performed by Dave Penney (see 'Fire Agate Mining Adventure at Deer Creek' listed below), Maricopa Mining, and Leonard Witkowski. Please note that much of the land at Deer Creek consists of Federal Mining...
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This website does not calculate international shipping automatically. You must add the listing for international shipping to your cart when checking out, otherwise your order will be cancelled. Also, please note that all orders will be marked "Jewelry" on customs forms. I will not falsify customs forms. We are not responsible for customs fees and duties charged by your country. Shop our...
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FireAgate.ca is dedicated to bring the public everything about Fire Agate! We offer a large selection of masterly cut and polish fire agates, fire agate pendants, and fire agate carvings. Is a fresh new take on the Fire Agate Gemstone. We present to you our massive collection of fire agate ring stones, pendants and carvings. If you are new to the stone, and need an introduction to the material,...
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We charge postage rates based on your zip code with a minimum charge of $6.00. For heavier items, we use flat rate priority boxes, which cost $13.60 or $18.85 for larger items. These boxes hold 20 pounds and 30 pounds respectively. International orders are charged exact postage. Please email us with questions at.
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The Fire Agate Store. Shop for fire agate gemstones, fire agate rough, fire agate mineral specimens and fire agate jewelry. Fire agate gemstones have beautiful iridescent rainbow colors, similar to opal, with a measurement of hardness on the MOHS scale of between 6.5 to 7 which helps prevent cracking and scratching. The colors found within fire agates, created by the Schiller effect as found in...
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Many different agate varieties exist such as..eye agate, scenic agate, dendritic agate, and moss agate. Agate geodes are formed in volcanic lava which contain gas bubbles that fill with water and turn to quartz. Agate is quartz with impurities Mostly translucent. 7 on Mohs hardness.The natural color of agate is called natural - mostly gray, red brown (All other colors are dyed colors.) Size is...
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Slaughter Mountain Fire Agate. Arizona Fire Agate Gemstones, Rough, Cabochons and Mineral Specimens. Buy fire agate. Fire Agates For Sale. And with it's rough, often having multiple layers of fire banding, is very well suited for gemstone carving purposes. The mine at Slaughter Mountain is known for producing high quality fire agate gemstones, with intense color variations from bright reds and...
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A Gem & Mineral club with members engaged in mineral and gemstone collecting, cutting and polishing gemstones, jewelry making, rock tumbling, gemstone faceting, taking field trips along the Pacific Coast and throughout Oregon and the West Coast. Agates- Banded,Cloud,Fortification,Fossil, Sagenite - Carnelian, Sard, Common Opal, Petrified Wood, Fossil Shells, Jaspers of every variety-Red,...
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Primarily, I cut specimens which are suited for display cases. Cabochon gemstones are a by-product as I slice rough rocks to reveal a full pattern. With a little luck I produce specimens free of fractures. Smaller complete patterns show up in these slices and make excellent gemstones for agate jewelry and when they are larger, display pieces. These gemstones are generally viewed as the refined...
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Our focus is on Arizona Gemstones. Four Peaks Amethyst, Fiery Fire Agates, Gold, San Carlos Peridot, Bloody Basin Plume Agate, Garnet and other Arizona Gems. Peridot: (Mg,Fe)2SiO4. Peridot, a green colored crystalline variety of the mineral chrysolite or olivine, is a magnesium iron silicate. The gemstone variety of olivine is known as Peridot and the shade of green can vary from a yellow-green...
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Fire agate is a brown, microcrystalline quartz (chalcedony) which has a botryoidal (grape-like) growth form, and which contains layers of plate-like crystals of iron oxide (limonite) in various planes within it. The layers are small enough that light entering them forms interference colors known as “fire.” The iridescent colors of red, gold, green and rarely, blue-violet, result from...
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