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Agates (Earth)

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Published by Stationery Office Books (TSO) .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Number of Pages72
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7321494M
ISBN 100113100124
ISBN 109780113100125

Agate is generally an inexpensive gemstone when used in jewelry. It is cut and polished into cabochons, and used as beads for necklaces and bracelets. It is also carved into cameos which can be worn as pendants. Agate makes an exquisite ornamental stone, and is cut into slabs, animal carvings, ornate book ends, and small statues and figures. Ornaments such as knife handles, pins, snuff boxes.


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Agates (Earth) by H. C. Macpherson Download PDF EPUB FB2

Agates is a comprehensive, easy-to-use identification guide and a worldwide listing of where they are found. The book describes: Names of agates--mineralogical, geological, local, trade, trivial; Properties of agates--e.g., color, wall-banded, level-banded, cracked, thunder eggs/5(36).

This is an excellent book. The paper and color quality is very high which adds to the enjoyment of the natural beauty of the many agates described in the book. Highly recommend to a novice agate collector who wants to learn, or experienced collectors/enthusiasts as an essential benchmark for the quality of agates you are seeking to acquire.5/5(17).

Buy The Book: ‘Agates, The Pat McMahan Collection’ “Pat McMahan’s, “Agates, The Pat McMahan Collection” is an exceptional masterpiece showcasing some of the finest agates in the world.

The presentation is simply excellent and exemplifies the multitude of variations in color and pattern which make agate a true prized possession. The book provides a thorough examination of Lake Superior’s strange and unique agate varieties, as well as a critical look at agate formation theories, tips on how to find and identify agates, where to look Agates book them and how collectible your agates may be.

Agates - the book. likes. ACHATE, die Buchlegende. AGATES - legendary and to be continued!Followers: LSAgates, Superior, Wisconsin. 5, likes talking about this. The official Facebook page of @LSAgates. - A Page dedicated to the MN Gemstone. - Glacial Till Photography by: Lane Baguss.

- 5/5(9). After the fantastic success of AGATES I, which came out in and quickly sold out, we are now presenting the all new AGATES II, another extremely impressive book authored by the Austrian collector Johann Zenz. AGATES II is full of interesting texts and amazing images.

This book includes: new precious agates from China. Pocket Guide to Agates of the Pacific Coast - Hot off the Press - are in stock and available for immediate shipping.

Covers all aspects of identifying and finding agates along the Pacific Coastline. Includes superb photos and illustrations, to support the detailed text, includes additional resources and a map for guidance on getting started. Although agates may be found in various kinds of host rock, they are classically associated with volcanic rocks and can be common in certain metamorphic rocks.

If you are wanting a book about agates I. Denver Show Agates and Signed Copies of More Exquisite Agates Book. Along with a passel of new agates from the Denver show, I am offering signed copies Agates book Dietrich Mayer’s new book ‘More Exquisite Agates’. It is a fabulous book with excellent photos and.

Agates is a comprehensive reference written by one of North America's leading experts in cooperation with the Natural History Museum of London.

The book features an easy-to-use identification guide and a worldwide listing of where agates are found.5/5(2). Agates Of Northern Mexico book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.5/5(1). The new revised edition of Pocket Guide to Agates of the Oregon Coast. This book covers all aspects of identifying and finding agates to zeolites on the Pacific Coast.

Includes superb photos and illustrations, to support the detailed text, includes additional resources and a map for guidance on getting started. During the winter, you will want to visit the Oregon Coast to go beachcombing.

Most agate books focus on large, spectacular, rare and hard-to-find agates. In contrast, this book presents the tiny agates that can still be found everywhere agates exist.

They are also inexpensive to say the least. A fraction of these agates are as spectacular as any large ones. " AGATES by Johann Zenz.

autographed "Agates" by Johann Zenz, published by Bode. This is the first of three books by the author, known as Agates I, Agates II and Agates III. A large and heavy coffee table book this is. " See all.

Agates with inclusions are the focus here although some fine banded Laguna agates, Coyamito agates, Condor agates, other banded agates, fine jaspers and a few other lapidary materials with inclusions are shown. The most common agates with inclusions are moss agate, plume agate, sagenite agate and dendritic agate.

CABOCHON GEMSTONES. Agates mostly occur as nodules in volcanic rocks or waters containing silica in solution possibly derived from the decomposition of silicates in the lava. The siliceous matter is deposited in regular layers resulting in the banded or striped formation.

$ Septarian Bookends. BKc Here is a very nice set of Septarian bookends. This. In a previous page, Part 1, I offered pictures and descriptions of common beach rocks found on Lake Superior a seccond page, Part 2, I show some beach rocks & minerals, and some agates, that can be polished into attractive this page, Part 3, I continue to show and describe more varieties of rocks and minerals that make attractive gemstones.

Purple agate bookends with Brazilian quartz geode from Bull City Gems. Pink AND gold agate bookends from Design Pretty. Burnt orange geode bookends from Styxx And Stones Studio. Another marvelously gorgeous purple bookend from Styxx And Stones Studio.

Lovely blue geode bookends from West Elm. Beautifully calming gray agate bookends from Caris Green. These blue Author: Nikki Vanry. Agate / ˈ æ ɡ ə t / is a common rock formation, consisting of chalcedony and quartz as its primary components, consisting of a wide variety of colors.

Agates are primarily formed within volcanic and metamorphic tive uses of agates date back as far as Ancient Greece and are used most commonly as decorations or l habit: Cryptocrystalline silica.

Look-alikes– Agates and chalcedony are not the only quartz varieties in the Lake Superior of these imitators: Chert– often banded but typically only found in shades of brown, white, and gray; plus they are opaque rather than transparent.; Rhyolite– occasionally banded, these volcanic rocks are opaque.; Jasper and Jaspilite– While often layered, the layers tend to be.

Agates Inside Out. Karen Brzys. Director, Gitchee Gumee Agate & History Museum, is an experienced beach comber and agate collector. This is the most comprehensive book I've found on identifying and collecting agates. Most helpful has been the guidance on identifying agates-in.

"Superbly done should be high on everyone's 'must have' list." —Rock and Gem. Agates, the first popular guide to the brilliantly banded and highly prized gemstones, sold 7, copies in hardcover, no doubt for the glorious color photographs that capture collectors' enthusiasm for the stones' distinctive shapes and vivid colors.

Agates is a comprehensive, easy-to-use identification 5/5(1). The Lake Superior agate is a type of agate stained by iron and found on the shores of Lake Superior. The Lake Superior agate differs from other agates found around the world in its rich red, orange, and yellow coloring.

This color scheme is caused by the oxidation of iron. Iron leached from rocks provided the pigment that gives the gemstone its beautiful array of color. For agate collectors who are already intrigued and inspired with the beauty and mysterious origin of agates, this book has all of the latest scientific research.

There is also a proposal for a new theory about the natural processes that affect the genesis of agates in sedimentary environments. We got interested in agates this past August while in the upper peninsula of Michigan where the lucky rock hound will sometimes encounter a specimen of Lake Superior agate.

The first 1/3 of the book is dedicated to educating about agate formation, types of agates, colors /5. An important section of this book describes Agate localities that were not covered in the original book.

Agates from the Faroe Islands, Greenland, new precious agates from China, agates collected underwater in Lake Superior off the coast of Michigan, USA, and even agates from Antarctica.

Compare book prices from overbooksellers. Find The Agates of Northern Mexico () by Brad L. Cross. Beginner or Expert, This Is Your Guide to Lake Superior Agates.

Get the perfect guide to agates in the Lake Superior states. This book by Dan R. Lynch and Bob Lynch features comprehensive entries for every type of agate found in Michigan, Minnesota, Wisconsin, and southern : Adventure Publications, Incorporated.

Montana Moss Agate is one of the alluvial agates. Found not in-site, but in the Flaxville gravel deposits scattered over a large area encompassing hundreds of square miles. The beauty of this is that they cannot be claimed, mined and dug-out by a few enterprises but will be available, in smaller numbers, to public and collectors for tens and hundreds of years to come.

Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for The Wonder of North American Agates by Dan Lynch and Bob Lynch (, Paperback) at the best online prices at.

The picture book makes good use of attention-grabbing sound words, such as "clomp clomp", "shake, shake" and "clap, clap". Megan Lloyd's lively and detailed illustrations show the old lady's emotions and complement the story well.

It is a good picture book for read aloud to children in. Agates Inside Out (Book): Brzys, Karen A.: This agate book has been compiled to help rockhounds to think like an agate. Information and photographs are included to help beginning and experienced agate hunters to understand agates inside out.

In general, agate values are quite modest. Their prices reflect mainly labor and artistry rather than the value of the material itself. Agates of large size or with particularly distinctive, fine, or landscape-like color patterns are at a premium.

Custom cut pieces or stones from. A beautifully illustrated book that will help you learn all about agates, their properties, famous agate localities around the world and more. This book is a 6 1/4" x 8 1/2" hardcover with pages.

More information, table of contents. Agates of Northern Mexico. Brad Lee Cross. Geoscience Press, - History - pages. 0 Reviews. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

References to this book. Encyclopedia of Sediments and Sedimentary Rocks V. Middleton No preview available - Bibliographic information. Title: Agates. This is by far the best one I've found. Hope you enjoy the uncovering of this beautiful agate. Final weight is 1lb oz.

This is a companion book to the introductory Lake Superior Copper Agates. Although that book contains many photographs of agate eyes, these eyes are so prevalent that a larger book containing numerous examples of each specific type of eye agate was warranted.

The list below provides some basic information to help you find the elusive Lake Superior agate. If you are interested in more detail, please visit the Gitche Gumee Museum and request an agate class, or visit the on-line gift shop to purchase the museum’s book "Understanding and Finding Agates".

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New. : The Agates of Northern Mexico () by Brad L. Cross and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great : Hardcover.One of the agates he found is on the front cover of the first “Agates” book by Johann Zens.

He has displayed agates in rock shows in Europe and across the U.S. Pat has published articles in Rock and Gem Magazine and the German magazine Mineralien Welt and is the author of a chapter on agates with inclusions in the authoritative book.The book, like the DVD and the online rockhounding class, trains your eyes and brain so that the agates will find you!

Included in the page, x backpack size book are over 91 photos that will help you learn how to recognize rough agates in their natural environment.