Botswana Agate (Slice)

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Botswana Agate (Slice)


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Creative Centering

Think "outside the box" to find solutions. Tap into your own boundless creativity. Feel happy, grounded, patient, and loving. Find a richer and more fulfilling spirituality. Let Botswana Agate encourage you to explore confidently!

Botswana Agate Healing Properties


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Thanks so much for the quick shipment!

Catherine S. (Maryland)

PolishShiny & Smooth
QualityA (quality chart)
ColorBrown, Gray
TransparencyTranslucent to Opaque
Average Size1.25 in / 3.2 cm (size chart)
Average Weight0.4 oz / 10 g / 50 carats


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Energy Vibrations

Botswana Agate Slices are a perfect choice when you just need an "Agate". These flat stones all have beautiful bands of brown and gray, and may have some warmer pink or cooler purple hues as well. Botswana has some of the best environmental policies in the mining industry, so you know you'll be getting clean energy and good vibes.



Ethically Sourced

Botswana Agate from Botswana

This Botswana Agate comes from artisanal miners in Bobonong, Botswana. Artisanal mining for agates typically has a low environmental impact and is relatively low risk for miners.  Botswana is one of the few countries that has adopted environmentally friendly and sustainable mining practices. Botswana also has the safest mining standards in Africa.

This lapidary drum tumbles stones in Cape Town, South Africa. It is a family business, founded by a father and passed on to his sons. Factory workers have safe conditions and are paid fairly. The lapidary sells primarily at two gemshows, one in the United States and the other in France.

I have been doing business with this source since 2014. They are the oldest tumbling company in the world and have more varieties, in more sizes, than any other known source. The company started in California in the 1950s and was eventually bought by a British immigrant who had young sons. Eventually the company moved to South Africa in order to be closer to the source of their best-selling stone and to have the legal rights to export it. The company is now run by the sons and their childhood best friend.

The current owners personally visit many small and large mines. To connect with artisanal miners in sub-Sahara Africa, they work with local Gem Dealers who travel far into the bush to buy from part-time miners. The majority of these Gem Dealers are women. Some, but not all, of their stones are labeled with country-of-origin. For those that aren’t, I ask the owners directly. As I’ve learned more about mining practices in individual countries, I have become increasingly selective about what I will purchase from them. However, they remain my preferred source for most of the stones I sell from sub-Sahara Africa.

Botswana Agate Healing, Mineralogy, and History

Published May 2014  •  Updated February 2024  •  Read Time: 7 minutes
Botswana Agate can appear in a wide array of colors, from rich deep brown to warm pinks and oranges, and soothing purplish-grays.  It forms lovely bands and whirls, and can be opaque or translucent.  It is a wonderful talisman for artists who want to keep their muse nearby and make sure that projects are started AND finished.  Botswana Agate is also a great talisman for anyone who wants to quit smoking or other addictions.  It can be carried in a pocket and fiddled with whenever addiction calls out to us.  Botswana is home to one of the oldest continuous cultures, and these Agates can remind us what we actually need to be a happy and healthy human. […]

Tumbled Botswana Agate

What You’ll Receive: 1 Stone - 100% natural Botswana Agate

Selection Process: The stone I select for you will be carefully chosen for its beauty and appeal. If combined with other stones, I always take time to choose stones that look and feel good together.

Polishing Method: Drum polished, sliced and then drum polished again. Each stone is unique and minor variations are what makes them beautiful.

Taking Care of Your Healing Crystals

  • Crystals Sturdy For Pocket

    This stone is sturdy enough to be carried daily.

  • Crystals Keep In Shade

    Keep it in the shade to protect its colour.

  • Crystals Safe In Elixir

    This stone is safe to use in direct-infusion elixirs.

8 reviews for Botswana Agate (Slice)

  1. Catherine S. (Maryland)

    Thanks so much for the quick shipment!

  2. Mindie B. (Maryland)

    Loved these. Fast delivery and wonderful service. These stones are gorgeous.

  3. Rebecca K. (Georgia) (verified owner)

    I was so excited to find a crystal retailer who made sure stones were handled ethically at every stage. Julie chose two beautiful agates for me! And sending the tea was a very nice touch. I’ll be shopping here again for sure!

  4. Jennifer S. (Colorado) (verified owner)

    The Botswana Agate chosen for me reminds me of a rose! I just love the dusty red/pink color and banding! Shipped quickly and well packed! Thank you!

  5. Emily S. (Oklahoma) (verified owner)

    gorgeous gorgeous! and the energies are double or more knowing it’s an ethically sourced gemstone. thank you for what you do! fast shipping too! hey!

  6. Meg M. (California) (verified owner)

    Exceeded every expectation! It was surprisingly harder to find a slice of brown agate than I originally anticipated. This is one of the last stones I need to complete my crystal deck of cards!

  7. Jennifer S. (Colorado) (verified owner)

    The Botswana Agate you chose for me reminds me of a rose! I just love the dusty red/pink color and banding!

  8. Beth S. (Kentucky) (verified owner)

    The Botswana Agate is adorable. Its soft colors and patterns, its holdable shape and polish, seem to want to be stroked. It has what I can only describe as a gentle sassiness. And it has what seem to be entrances…to what? I look forward to finding out!

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