A Bit About Mexican "Crazy Lace" Agate

A Bit About Mexican "Crazy Lace" Agate

History & Science

Mexican Lace Agate, sometimes called "Crazy Lace Agate," is a banded chalcedony found exclusively in Chihuahua, Mexico. Its bright colors come from an infusion of iron and aluminum. Crazy Lace Agate is believed to have been created during the Cretaceous Period, 60-90 million years ago, and although it is young by geologic standards, Crazy Lace Agate was used by some of the earliest cultures in Northern Mexico as a protective talisman for warriors.


Metaphysical Properties

Called the "Laughter Stone" or "Happy Lace," Mexican Crazy Lace Agate is known for its energizing, sunshiny, joyful vibes. It absorbs negativity, whether it is negative emotions or something as sinister as the evil eye, which offers a protective element. Ancient Mexican cultures believed so much in the protective elements of Mexican Crazy Lace Agate that it has been found in jewelry worn by warriors.

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Here's What You Can Find at The Triceratory

Here's What You Can Find at The Triceratory



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