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- Mamuju Area, Sulawesi Province, India
Grape agate is the name given to a purple, botryoidal form of Chalcedony found in the Batu Manakarra mining district on the Sulawesi Island of Indonesia. It forms in clusters that often resemble bunches of small grapes, and colors can range from pale to deep purple to green. Some specimens can be quite sparkly due to minute quartz crystal growing on the spheres. Grape Agate is a relatively new material on the market, first being exported from Indonesia around 2015.
This specimen displays a delightful array of purple hues and is even positioned in its acrylic stand to resemble grapes hanging from the vine. The charming bouquet's range of purple shades give it stunning depth and is extremely pleasing to the eye.
3 x 2.75 x 1.5 inches
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