Beautifully patterned natural Scottish Burn Anne Agate pendant. Comes on an adjustable, lightly waxed cotton cord. Found near the source of the Burn Anne just south of Galston in Ayrshire, Scotland. The Burn Anne is a small stream running northwest and draining into the River Irvine. Agate measures approximately 29x14mm. Will arrive in a Two Skies presentation box, ready for gifting!
Scottish Burn Anne Agate Corded Pendant
Agates are defined as an ornamental, semi-precious stones consisting of a hard variety of chalcedony (quartz), typically banded in appearance. Scottish Agates are renowned across the world for their particularly fine colouring and patterns. They feature in the Scottish crown jewels and have a history of being highly-prized by the Celts, who in ancient times used them as a talisman for luck and protection. The rough gems are collected by hand, on the beaches and fields along the east coast, including the localities of Fife, Angus, Ardownie, Burn-Anne, and Ayr.
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