Red Agate Pseudomorph Lapidary Rough Rock Cabbing Stone #O13

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Red Agate Pseudomorph Rough Rock Stone Slab

This pretty Red Agate Pseudomorph rough rock stone slab is 4.4 inches and 4 inches and 5.5 mm thick.

This unpolished slab weighs .32 lbs. and is shown wet in the first 2 pictures.

Please take note of the crack on both sides!

Lovely Red Agate, that is a pseudomorph after Aragonite, from Mexico. This lapidary rock has red sprays in a very pale blue.

A pseudomorph is when a mineral changes into another mineral in every respect, except its outer former shape, which stays the same.

Agate is named from where it was first found - by the River Achates (now called the river Drillo) in Sicily.

Metaphysical Properties: Agates in general are known for being lower intensity stones. They are considered stabilizing and strengthening influences.