The Aztec Lace Agate is a form of vein agates that tend to be broken
into clunks when mining making it bit hard to cut a whole pattern out of
the clunks. The agates are mainly lavender to purple, sometimes with
yellow and orange colors. Apparently, the best materials can be obtained
only from old stocks even some Mexicans recently brought in smaller
pieces. Important Note! The colors will fade if left exposed to
sunlight too long and it's recommended that they be protected from
sunlight exposure when not using or displaying any specimens.
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Rough Appearance: Broken purple seam clunks with ligher purple,
to yellow bands showing.
Agates come in purple, yellow, pink and rare orange,
Can be confused with Holly Blue Agates, but Holly Blue Agates are far