Regency Rose Plume Agate

The Beverly Marie TGS Claim at Graveyard Point hosts two variations of plume agate.  As mentioned in the recent newsletters, the north end contains the Classic Graveyard Point Plume Agate.  The south end contains the Regency Rose Plume Agate.  The discovery of the red plumes in some of the Regency Rose Plume Agate was discussed in last week's newsletter.  It is more normal for Regency Rose Plume Agate to display combinations of white, orange, yellow, and pink plumes.  Even the pink plumes are a rarity.
     How the agate formed on the south side is different from the north side.  The Classic Graveyard formed in the cracks of the basalt, thus creating more straight veins of agate.  The Regency Rose formed in a basalt valley, which no one knows how deep it is.  The veins of agate are much more jagged or triangular shaped.
     Regency Rose Plume Agate is available in rough form, specimens, and cabochons.  Discover this beautiful agate today!
Regency Rose Plume Agate Rough Rock

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