Agate Blue Lace
medium, large, XL
Product Weight: 0.01kg
Blue Lace Agate is a stone for communication, clarity, confidence and composure.
It is very calming and uplifting. It is one of the prettiest stones ever - bringing thoughts of the cerulean blue of summer skies. Let it dispel your fears and irritations and heal your inner being.
Physically, it improves natural vitality and energy and increases confidence.
Agate in general is believed to be of particular benefit to athletes or those taking exams – or anyone else who has to call upon instant bursts of energy, mental or physical.
Blue lace agate is a gentle stone that promotes a spiritual connection, and is associated with the Throat Chakra.
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Properties of Blue Lace Agate -
cooling and calming
instills feelings of peace and tranquillity
brings quiet confidence
helps in expressing verbally our thoughts and feelings
nurturing and supportive
neutralises anger response - "pours oil on troubled water"
powerful as a throat healer
cools infection, inflammation and fever
encourages the speedy repair of bones
good for thyroid deficiency, throat and lymph infections
soothes sore eyes
soothes skin irritations
Blue Lace is a pale blue vitreous banded variety of Agate (chalcedony).
Agate is the name given to a group of silicate minerals that are made up primarily of chalcedony. Chalcedony is a member of the quartz family of minerals, the main difference between the two being in the size of the individual crystals. Chalcedony is described as microcrystalline, meaning its crystals are too small to be seen by the naked eye.
Agates in general are formed by silica rich water seeping through rock deposits of minerals found in cavities in volcanic rock. Layers of silicate material gradually build up, filling the cavity, and producing bands of varying colour due to subtle differences in mineral content. When the cavity is only partially filled in this way, the innermost layer usually shows a crystalline structure and may be composed of quartz, amethyst or some other related mineral. This process produces formations from totally solid nuggets to those that have empty centres (geodes), and from those that can be held in your hand to those that can be walked around in!
Types of Agate include:
Blue Lace Agate
Moss Agate (of varying colours)
Botswana Agate with its beautifully fine layering
Crazy Lace Agate