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Treasures Beneath Your Feet!



More About Earth In Sync

 An Earthly Celebration!

Eons ago incredible sequences of events happened deep underground to create beautiful minerals, fossils and gemstones. We celebrate the happy coincidence of trace minerals, heat, pressure and chemistry that affected the formation of unique crystal structures that resulted in beautiful mineral specimens and gemstones.

We're bringing you earthly art in mineral specimens, crystals, fossils, jewelry and lapidary - from finished pieces to rough. Many of our minerals are from old collections.

Check out the Artisans Gallery for hand-made jewelry, many pieces made from artists in the Midwest USA. This highlights agates and jaspers from all over the world - from Mexican lace agates and plumes, coprolight to moss agates, petrified woods and Wyoming jades.

We have teaching aids for geology, including books, hardness testing tools, and mineral ID kits - especially created for science teachers and home schoolers!

Mineral Specimens

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New! Brazilian Agates! Also, Laguna Agate slices and slabs. A few remaining old specimens of lovely yellow and blue fluorite cubes from the Minerva mine in southern Illinois.

New items added weekly. Free shipping for orders over $25!

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10253 Brazilian Agate Pair - solid agates
10253 Brazilian Agate Pair - solid agates - right half
10253 Brazilian Agate Pair - solid agates - left half

Agate Brazilian Agate Pair

Brazilian Agate pair - solid agates

Sales price $45.00

Brazilian Agate Pair - solid agates

Made in Brazil

Both agates are 4.5 wide x 3" tall x 2" deep

Brazilian Agate pair, solid agates. Flat tan agate lines around yellow opaque band, irregular banding of quartz, then a solid tan center. Sits on grey flat bands, natural bases, high polish on faces

Photo note: photo retouched only for color correction, and to remove fingerprints and dust specs. Any fractures, cracks and scratches have been untouched.

Photo copyright owned by Earthinsync.