41mm x 26mm
Here is an agate of a similar distinction to one previously described, in fact, of a similar distinction to the first agate in this collection of photos. The nodule swarms with pigment-platelets and its colour-contrast is generally unparalleled in agates from the area, displaying a bright white chalcedony centre with a distinctive orange band, surrounded by further orange fortification banding that merges with the grey-blue-black colour that composes the outermost layer of the nodule. It's a true beauty and of a type unique to the location. This agate was found by myself during the spring of 2014, very low on the shore in a deep gully south of Elephant Rock.