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This is an unpolished agate from the shores of Lake Superior, my home.
Real horsehair fills out the tail; leather forms the saddle and stirrups; agate marbles dot the eyes.
In September, she was rewarded with a gold-and-agate necklace that the archaeologists had spent four months trying to liberate from the earth.
Amazon’s marble cheese board is almost identical to one three times the price at Need Supply, while this agate cheese board is simply beautiful.
Several minerals redirect light from the sun, including calcite, agate and fluorite.
An early mention of Bagwell, Oct. 12, 1982, was in tiny agate type.
Black agate and diamond earrings in pink 18k gold, $7,380.
Bracelets: Purple agate bangles, $68 each, Diadem Jewelry.
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First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
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