I found one piece of this new material while rockhounding something else. I went back 2 years later and found the source. The material averages from 1/4" to 3/4" in decomposed seams. The Gem Silca color of the plumes combined with mostly water clear agate makes for great stones and they are quite unique. I just wish the outcrop was larger.

Chrysocholla plume agate 610  :   A small druzy center With those beautiful Turquoise colors coming in from the sides. #gallery Chrysocolla_Plume_Agate_610

CAB 610

Chrysocolla plume agate 611  :   Turquoise Plumes with Black dendritic plumes.  Looks like a small aquarium. #gallery Chrysocolla_Plume_Agate_611

CAB 611

Chrysocolla plume agate 612  :  A small cab, as are all of these since I have so far only discovered a narrow seam of this material. #gallery Chrysocolla_Plume_Agate_612

CAB 612

Chrysocolla plume agate 613  :  A small cab, as are all of these since I have so far only discovered a narrow seam of this material.  What great depth and colors though. #gallery Chrysocolla_Plume_Agate_613

CAB 613

Chrysocolla plume agate 614  :   This cab I tried grinding thru the base to have the colors floating more in the middle of the cab. #gallery Chrysocolla_Plume_Agate_614

CAB 614

Chrysocolla plume agate 609  :   A small but pretty cab of this cool material.  Sure hope I find the vein gets bigger. #gallery Chrysocolla_Plume_Agate_609

CAB 609

Chrysocolla Plume Agate 1775 : I only found narrow seams and haven't gone back to look for more. A longer cab looking down on the plumes. #gallery Chrysocolla_Plume_Agate_1775

CAB 1775