This free form cut Fire Agate cabochon measures 11 x 10 x 6 mm, weighs 6.7 carats, and has an orange and green colored fire display. This gem requires good lighting conditions for best fire display and appears an orange/brown color in low light conditions. The flat bottom of this gem also displays a small area of blue and green fire. This well polished gemstone is is ready for jewelry use or gemstone specimen display.
The rough that this gem was cut from originated from Slaughter Mountain, Arizona, which is known for fire agates with intense color variations from vivid reds and oranges to intense greens, purples and blues. Photographs were taken indoors under lights and outdoors in sunlight while the gem was dry and to best display the internal fire.
The colors found within fire agates are created by the Schiller effect, as found in mother-of-pearl and opals. It is caused by the alternating silica and iron oxide layers which diffract and allow light to pass which forms the interference of colors known as fire. This play of color requires good lighting for best fire display and the gems will appear darker in low light conditions.
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About Us: Fire Agate US specialize in Fire Agates! We are located in Arizona, one of the few locations in the world where Fire Agates can be found. We currently operate multiple gemstone mines in the southwestern United States and have access to some of the best fire agate material available.