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Natural Matte Frosted White Fire Crackle Agate beads, 4-16mm
Natural Matte Frosted White Fire Crackle Agate beads, 4mm 6mm 8mm 10mm 12mm 14mm 16mm Stone Round Jewelry Gemstone Beads Jewelry making - RainbowShop for Craft
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Natural Matte Frosted White Fire Crackle Agate beads, 4-16mm

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  • Natural Matte Frosted Crackle White Fire  Agate beads,
  • Stone Round Jewelry Gemstone 
  • Jewelry making, Beading
  • Size
  • 4mm - 92~95pcs
  • 6mm - 60~62pcs
  • 8mm - 45~46pcs
  • 10mm - 37~40pcs
  • 12mm - 30~32pcs
  • 14mm  - 27~28pcs

Blue and white fire agate beads-ornamental stone, which has a large distribution. Chalcedony, one of the varieties of quartz, most often has a striped color, by which it can be easily recognized. According to its appearance, blue and white fire agate beads is extremely diverse, there are about 150 of its species in the world. Physical and chemical properties blue and white fire agate beads are a type of chalcedony. This mineral is classified as cryptocrystalline quartz. Acid resistance is the main feature of all varieties of this gem. The transparent and translucent mineral has a matte gloss, high hardness, and medium density. In the structure of blue crackle agate beads, the boundaries between the layers are clearly marked, while this does not affect its strength in any way. Blue crackle agate beads deposits are most often found in places of coastal zones. This
is also attributed to its volcanic origin. The blue crackle agate beads are thought to be solidified magma. Varieties are found literally everywhere, not excluding Myanmar, Brazil, Argentina, Australia, the United States, Russia, Uruguay, Mexico, Botswana, the Crimean Peninsula, and India. In Russia, significant deposits are located in some regions of the Magadan region, in the Urals and Chukotka.