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Hohenstein Ernstthal

Another of the more common German locations on the market and the kinship with the St Egidiens is obvious, especially in the larger stones. However, they have a darker, deeper quality that is their own. Like the St Egidiens, there seems to be a tendency for the larger stones to elongate.

 

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Small and beautiful pale agate

Hohenstein Ernstthal Thunderegg with Chrystal Casts

Hohenstein Ernstthal with Chunks of Red 'Jasper'

Hohenstein Ernstthal

Larger Hohenstein Geode

Hohenstein Ernstthal

Magnificent Hohenstein Agate Specimen

Large Hohenstein Ernstthal Thunderegg with Green and Red

Very Complex Hohenstein Ernstthal Thunderegg with Moss

Hohenstein Ernstthal

Tiny Hohenstein Ernstthal Thunderegg with Bands and Moss

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Colourful 'atoll' agate.

Hohenstein Ernstthal

Large Hohenstein Ernstthal Thunderegg with Green and Red

Hohenstein Ernstthal Thunderegg with Unusual 'Floating' Core

Hohenstein Ernstthal Thunderegg With Complex Brecciated 'Jasper' and Agate

Hohenstein Ernstthal Thunderegg with Half-and-Half Agate Core

Hohenstein Ernstthal Thunderegg with Spectacular Plume

Huge Hohenstein Ernstthal Thunderegg - Biggest I Have Ever Seen

     

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