It's a plume Agate, the backyard probably belonged to a Lapidary at some stage, all my rejects get thrown in the garden beds.


A little sad to call it a reject, it's nice looking.


I agree, but if it didn't fit what they were working on then it goes out. My garden is full of stuff that people on here would die for. All rejects but absolutely beautiful rejects, they might have a bit of a fracture or a pattern that just doesn't work with what I am aiming to achieve. I often go out and have a bit of a look around my garden when the project changes, often something rejected ages ago becomes just what i am looking for.


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