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Montana Moss Agate tumbling rough
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Montana Agate

Montana Agate is a clear to white to amber agate sometimes flecked with black and brown mossy inclusions.

The moss patterns are most interesting when the amount of moss is just a few percent of the material. Montana Agate is popular with people who run rock tumblers because it polishes easily to a very bright luster and yields beautiful agate and sometimes mossy surprises.

This rough consists of material that has been crushed to approximately 3/8" (9 mm) to 1 1/2"" (38 mm) diameter pieces - a size that will work well in your rock tumbler. It might also include a few small nodules, small slabs, and trim saw end-cuts. These can produce some nice tumbled stones.
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