Crazy lace agate can be a beautiful and intriguing stone. Most is mined in Mexico, in the Chihuahua and Sonoran deserts. We obtained a small quantity of nice samples at the Tucson Gem and Mineral Show, and have been turning them into necklaces, bracelets, and earrings. This two-tiered necklace is composed of agates alternating with citrine quartz. Each stone has a tiny red bead spacer, acting like a little knot to make the strand drape nicely. The necklace is shown here with small rectangular stones, but it may have similar size oval or round stones instead. It is finished with gold-plated findings that are lead and nickel-free. It is about 23 inches long, with a three inch extender. One photo shows incredible samples of crazy lace rough stone lying on the ground in Mexico!