More about New Brazilian Agate
Much of the Brazilian agate we see today is found in volcanic cavities, formed when a mixture of saline water and gas bubbles exploded within cooling lava — this explains Brazilian Agate's intricate patterns and waves.
Sometimes you'll find Brazilian Agate that's been dyed with flamboyant shades. However, our natural-stone Brazilian Agate beads give you the gem's original brown tones, interlaced with white, cream and gray. Sometimes you just want a more subtle look.
We have a fun and informative post about all types of branded and brecciated agate on our Wire-Sculpture jewelry-making blog. Click here to go to the post!
Wire-Sculpture is committed to keeping thousands of beads for making jewelry in stock, so you always have a source for the beads you need. We have a giant selection of gemstone beads to match the cabochons you work with. Cameos, quartz beads, and multi-stone assortments are always popular choices. Explore our gemstone beads for the perfect companion to your wire jewelry projects!