Is This The Most Spectacular Agate on Earth? You Decide!

When it comes to Mexican Crazy Lace Agate, we almost always see it after it’s been slabbed and polished. Which is great! They’re one of my favorites. But have you ever seen a whole polished 43 pound Mexican Crazy Lace agate specimen?

Yes, you heard me right! 43 pounds! Take a look at this massive “whole-polished” Mexican Crazy Lace Agate from Chihuahua, Mexico posted by Pulitzer Opal over on YouTube.

What do you think? Is this one of the largest and most beautiful agates that you’ve ever come across?

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A Little More Info on Mexican Crazy Lace Agate

Mexican Crazy Lace Agate is a striking and colorful variety of banded Chalcedony, a mineral of the Quartz family. It is renowned for its intricate and swirling patterns of vibrant colors, including red, pink, white, gray, yellow, gold, and brown. These mesmerizing patterns resemble a complex lace, giving the stone its name.

Originating exclusively from Chihuahua, Northern Mexico, Crazy Lace Agate is often referred to as “Laughter Stone” or “Happy Lace” because of its whimsical and swirling patterns, which are a result of mineral impurities and can include layers of iron and silica.

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