SYPES NO. 14
The love of my life.
Formed in the Pleistocene Era, these beauties are toppled down from ancient mountainsides that were formed over 160 million years ago. Some Montana agates are older, when they are such characters each, age doesn’t matter as much.
Montana agates are alluvial deposits, not mined, but fallen and carried by the rivers to be found like fantastic easter eggs. These stones have seen epochs, worn by time and they tell the story of the Earth's changing eras. The true beauty of this land is not told by striking blue mountains always singing in the mountain air, but by the dusky low sagebrush as the old wind settles on the tired hills. You have to see it to love it, but when you do, it never leaves.
Hope you feel home too.
These beauties clock in at just about 2 1/2 inches in length. Surprisingly lightweight.