Introduction To Blue Lace Agate
Agate naturally has a variety of colors, but blue agate is one of the more delicate and pleasing varieties. Its exquisite blue, white, and gray interwoven ribbons give people a feeling of kindness, peace and harmony. In fact, the internal pattern of the blue agate is so beautiful, it looks like a cloudy scene in the distance. These color layers are composed of cryptocrystalline quartz, which is why this type of chalcedony is defined as agate. It is formed in the geode inside the magmatic rock. Southern Africa has many deposits that produce beautiful blue agate. In general, blue agate is an unusual and usually more expensive variety of agate.
Chemical formula: SiO2
Color: blue, white, gray, etc. separated by strips.
Luster: glass luster to grease luster
Crystal system: Trigonal crystal system (microcrystalline)
Identification and Maintenance of Blue Lace Agate
Blue agate is usually cobblestone, flake or geode when it is first discovered.
If the cavity in the middle of the geode is large enough to have enough growth space, you will occasionally see small crystals in the blue agate geode.
Blue agate is typically characterized by its delicate purple-blue strips with soft lines.
Blue Lace Agate Crystal Meaning
Bring harmony, understanding and contentment.
Allows exploration of the existence of subtle bodies.
Convey hidden information.
Blue Lace Agate Healing Function
Calm and calm the parts of the body that have accumulated too much energy.
Gently cultivate and calm emotions.
Settle in an overly active mood.
Arouse a sense of belonging to this world.
How To Use Blue Lace Agate Crystal
Place a large rounded blue agate rough stone next to the bed to promote rest.
Staring at a piece of cut and polished blue-grained agate can relax your eyes and calm your mind.
Put the blue pattern agate on the throat, the amethyst on the forehead or the top of the head, the pink crystal on the heart or mouth, and the smoky quartz on the feet, so that you can gently accept the changes in the outside world.
The blue crystal cannot see the ribbon.
There are gray, pink, cream, and brown bands on Botswana agate, but blue is rarely seen.
In addition, Chrysocolla looks a bit like blue agate.