Agate Geode Personalized Engraved Gift

Agate Geode Personalized Engraved Gift
Agate Geode Personalized Engraved Gift
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Agate Geode Personalized Engraved Gift

Item #: P3102

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Agate Geode Personalized Gift - - breathtaking custom made gift to display on a desk, mantel, or table top. Each natural agate geode slice is polished on both sides and then engraved with a message of up to three lines.
  • This very special personalized gift is ideal for almost any occasion including a wedding, anniversary, birthday, or graduation; Valentine's Day; Mother's Day; and Father's Day. Also a thoughtful corporate gift, retirement gift, and housewarming gift.
  • Our personalized agates hold up to three lines of wording engraved using the one font you select (Arial, Bondoni, Civilian, Elegance, Calligrapher, or Park Avenue).
  • Personalization details:
    • Line 1 hold up to twelve (12) characters.
    • Lines 2 and 3 hold up fifteen (15) characters each.
    • Character count includes spaces and punctuation.
  • Every piece of our polished agate is different and unique.
  • Width and height vary from approximately 3" to 5.5".
  • Shapes run from almost round, to oval, to irregular.
  • Coloration is either in the pink/violet/red range, green range or blue range with variations throughout each piece as seen in the samples shown.
  • Thickness varies from 1/8" up to 1/4".
  • We cannot provide specific sizes, shapes or coloration, but every custom agate will be awesome.
  • Each personalized agate is supplied with a stand to display your work of art.
  • Comfort House P3102.
More about agates: Agate is a mineral of the quartz family formed in volcanic lava thousands of years ago. The name comes from the Achetes River in Sicily, where agates were first found. Agates have been found in nearly every color the earth can produce, including a colorless form. The pink/violet/red green or blue colors of this product are due to atoms of iron, manganese, chromium, nickel, cobalt, and copper infused by heat and pressure into the primeval molten mixtures.

Neolithic artifacts of Agate suggests that the material was used for healing amulets and ornamentation dating back to Babylon. Its medicinal uses continued through the ancient Greek and Egyptian civilizations, and spread throughout Africa and the Middle East into Russia. Agate is still thought to promote the balancing of emotional, physical, and intellectual energy, and in harmonizing yin and yang, the positive and negative forces of the universe. [Judy Hall, The Crystal Bible.]


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