It is time to embark on a major Australian update. There is quite a string of new locations that have accumulated and this will be a massive improvement to the Australia page on my gallery. I will be working through them a few at a time, beginning now with one of the most beautiful of all – Chillago.
Chillago is an extremely rare and little known Australia location with a matrix that is very distinct from the more familiar locations, and often showing a very pronounced red agate. The above specimen is an absolute stunner!
Next up, i have finally added a Mt Tamborine – not so unusual but still difficult to find in any quality and tending to be quite high-value.
There are plenty more new locations to come, but i have also updated some more familiar ones as well. Here, for instance, is a classic Agate Creek – was there ever a type of thunderegg that was such a perfect representation of it’s country of origin as these? They just LOOK Australian – red earth, heat, desert, wild weird landscape …
This one is also a tilt egg – the lines in the core indicate that the ground moved at some point during formation. Seismic activity frozen in stone.
Lastly for now, a more unusual Agate Creek, identified as coming from the so-called ‘Campsite Bed’ – something a bit different to normal.
Keep an eye on the Australia page as more will be creeping on there soon – and i will present the best ones here, of course!