Grape Agate Mini Clusters
Grape Agate (Botroydal Chalcedony)
Perfect for making jewelry.10 Clusters for $10
Historical and Scientific Facts:
- Although commonly known as grape agate, its technical name is botryoidal purple chalcedony. Chalcedony is not its own specific mineral species, but instead a form of quartz microcrystalline form. Botryoidal means that round crystals have naturally formed together, giving its grape-like appearance.
- Grape agate is found in Indonesia on the Island of Sulawesi.
- They can range from a pale lavender like purple to a deep dark purple
Grape agate is known for having very powerful protective properties. Its also believed to promote maturity, inner-stability, and composure. Many claim to reach deep and intense levels of meditation in a short period of time when using it in their practice. Grape agate is also recommended when wanting to stimulate dreams and psychic abilities by helping one access deep levels of their subconscious.