Polished Collector Grade Plume Agates from a variety of locations

This is a collection of plume agate specimens from locations throughout the Pacific Northwest and beyond. Oregon is home to some of the finest plume agate species ever discovered. These magnificent wonders of the rock world feature mineral formations inside translucent agate that resemble blossoms, foliage and erupting volcanoes! Plume agates have always held a special place for rockhounds, and are often the pride and joy of many collections. They are the most sought after type of agate for incorporation into jewelry designs, but as with other collectible semi-precious stones, we prefer them as specimens where their full glory can be best appreciated!

Gorgeous slab of Graveyard Point plume agate with marcasite (gold metallic mineral framing plumes). Poor photo but excellent specimen from Oregon/Nevada border - one of our most famous plume agates. 8 5/8" x 3 1/8" x 0.29" - PRICE:$35 - SOLD

Giant piece of Stinking Water Creek Plume Agate. This is a finely detailed, feathery white plume agate that looks like a winter forest inside the highly translucent agate. Nice angel wing bubbly agate top as well. Hard to photograph but pretty plume. 7 5/8" wide, 3.20 lbs. - PRICE:$59 - SOLD

Extra large slab of Nyssa Plume agate from Oregon. This remote site is near the Oregon/Idaho border and produces long feathery red/green/white plumes. 7" x 5" x 0.27" - PRICE:$40

Sheep Creek plume agate from Central Oregon. This stone was mined from private property in the Ochocos (a Central Oregon Mountain Range) that has been closed to collecting for many moons. Beautiful, intricate black dendrites set amongst a gold plume. 8" wide, 1/4" thick. - PRICE:$49

Gorgeous slab of Graveyard Point plume agate. This is the other exceptional habit you'll see in Graveyard Plume where it's a seam with plumes forming from the top and the bottom. Very richly colored and attractive specimen. 6 1/8" x 2 1/2" x 0.21" - PRICE:$39 - SOLD

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