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Dwarves' Earth Treasures Museum:
Agates of India
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    India used to produce great quantities of agate for thousands of years and exported to Arabia and Asia, but now there're not much left. It's rare to find any good ones from India beside "Black/Yellow Skin" agates (also marketed as just "Indian Agates" and Tree Agates. I have cut some agates from India and most of them are just blank and dull but there had been few surprises. The typical colors of Indian agates are black, yellow, gray and brown, and with the rough appearance of having been been weathered and tumbled in the rivers. They seem to have been brought to North America in large quantities without any info on the sources, and I'm not sure why. That could be because some of them have dentrites that reveal those of Montana Agates.

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YellowSkin Agate from State of Mayurbhanj(?) Rough form of YellowSkin Agate
BlackSkin Agate,  excat location in India is unknown. Rough form of BlackSkin Agate
Agate from India(?), excat loction unknown. Rough form