Agate is a relatively common stone that may be found around the world. Botswana Agate is a member of the banded chalcedony family of agate stones. Agate comes in hundreds of different varieties and colours, with Botswana agate being among the most uncommon and beautiful. It boasts a stunning banded pattern and is available in many colours, including grey, pink, apricot and brown, among other shades. Botswana Agate is named for the African country where it is mined.
Agates are believed to have been formed millions of years ago during volcanic eruptions. The volcanic lava flows left cavities filled with gas. As the flows cooled, these cavities allowed for mineral bearing solutions to enter and the combinations of these solutions along with heat, pressure and millions of years allowed the agate to form. Agate will resemble a potato on the outside, the stone must then be cut or sliced to see the beautiful colors inside.
Botswana agate has a strengthening and protective power. It may lend you inner stability, especially when you feel like everything around you is falling apart. Botswana Agate may keep you strong and brave amidst challenges. Sometimes known as the “Sunset Stone,” Botswana agate is beloved to retain sunlight, and give comfort during dark and lonely nights. When paired with a purple crystal like amethyst, Botswana agate may also harmonize you yin and yang. Whatever your belief's, may you enjoy your Botswana agate.
Each high quality natural botswana agate bead is skillfully polished individually, then drilled to create this colorful bracelet. Connected with jewellery elastic, this bracelet stretches to fit. Perfect for stacking with other bracelets or just to wear on its own. A must-have staple for any jewellery box.
- Features genuine stones
- Available in 4mm, 6mm and 8mm
- This item includes an information card about the stone
- A certificate of authenticity is included with this item
*This piece contains authentic stones, and no two are exactly alike. The item you receive may have slight variations from the one photographed.