Botswana Agate displays highly defined parallel banding, usually in white on hues of brown, gray, pink, tan, apricot and purplish red. Botswana Agate was formed nearly 187 million years ago by lava flowing in waves from long faults in the earth.
Porcelain Agate is a natural agate that is dyed and heated to give it the unique blue and white color and pattern that resembles porcelain.
Dumortierite is an aluminum borosilicate mineral that varies in color from blue, green and brown to the more rare violet and pink. First described in 1881, the mineral was named for French paleontologist Eugene Durmortier (1803-1873).
Cacoxenite is the trade name for this naturally occurring blend of seven stone types. It was originally named for the visible inclusions of the mineral Cacoxenite. However, this stone, often called the "Super Seven" or "Melody Stone" contains Amethyst, Clear Quartz, Smoky Quartz, Lepidocrosite, Goethite, and Rutile as well.