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Agate (Thunder Egg) Sphere

$2,995.00

Agate (Thunder Egg) Sphere

$2,995.00

This Agate (Thunder Egg) Sphere would make a beautiful and beneficial addition to any space. 

This one-of-a-kind agate sphere is 100% natural and originated from Oregon. Thundereggs are agate-filled nodules found in various parts of the Western United States. The most colorful and beautiful of Thundereggs comes from a small area in Jefferson County in Central Oregon (Pony Butte). In other localities they do not show such brilliant color and gem quality. In spite of their superior quality, only one in an average of twenty cut make outstanding specimens. These show vivid scenes of land and sea fantasies, which besides the bright hues, reveal the appearance of depth and dimension of distance. They are one of the marvels of nature and are sought after and highly prized the world over.

According to legend, Thundereggs were so named by Native Americans of Central Oregon. The natives of this region are said to have believed these strange, agate-filled stones were missiles thrown by angry, fighting "Thunder Spirits" or "Gods" who dwelt on Mount Jefferson and nearby Mount Hood, two of the several snow-capped peaks high in the Cascade Range. The Native Americans thought when thunderstorms occurred these rival, jealous gods hurled large numbers of the round-shaped rocks at each other in furious anger. Thus, according to Native American legend, Thundereggs were scattered over the high plateaus of Central Oregon.

Agate Sphere is approximately 13" in diameter and weighs 200 lbs.

Due to differences in light conditions and the complex nature of natural stones, the colour of some natural stones may vary from their photographic image. Best efforts are made to capture the stones in their truest nature.