Australia Thundereggs

Australian Thundereggs! In my personal collection I have Australian Thundereggs from 3 Localities. However I hear there are more than this. So I will try my best to locate some for you.

The Localities I know of are:
Agate Creek
Mt. Hay
Mt. Tamborine

German Thundereggs

In my personal collection I have Thundereggs from 6 German Localities and I believe there are several more!

Polish Thundereggs
Here's a nice Polish Thunderegg. This is from south west poland
Size 3-1/4" x 3-3/4"
Item # POL-001
Price $sold
French Thundereggs

France? Yes the French do have Thundereggs as well. They call these La Vigne - From Esterel, France. I've also heard them called La Esterel Eggs. All I have ever seen are always small (under 2") But they are nice Eggs for the Collection.


Mexican Thundereggs

Rather than a Coconut Agate, This is a "True Thunderegg" Which Comes from Chihuahua Mexico.




Here's a nice  Zacateca from Mexico. Single half with a large hollow pocket with a light colored  amethyst! Great looking specimen. My girlfriend cleaned out her collection and gave me some of my old rocks back! If you like amethyst, this ones for you...even though its a light purple.
Size 4" x 4"
Item # MEX-005
Price $sold

Here's a nice  Zacateca from Mexico. Single half with a nice large agate center. Has an outline of hydrothermal type agate with a quartz center. Has a small hollow pocket as well. Nice looking specimen.
Size 3-1/4" x 3-3/8"
Item # MEX-004
Price $SOLD

Here's a nice pair of Zacateca's from Mexico. Smaller specimens with fantastic quartz geode centers that really sparkle in the light. This is a really nice looking pair.
Size 2-3/8" x 2-3/4"
Item # MEX-002
Price $SOLD

This is a fantastic "large" Zacatecas Geode from Mexico. It's a double specimen, with the large main egg being hollow with terminated quartz and druzy quartz. One awesome Egg!
Size 5-1/4" x 6"
Item # MEX-003
Price $SOLD

Mexican Coconuts

Not Really a true Thunderegg But rather a Agate Nodule these "Coconuts" Come from Chihuahua Mexico. To get more specific they come from the Olvera Mines which produce some of the finest Coconuts and Trancas type geodes.

Here's a nice Mexican Coconut. This one has a large hollow center lined with quartz and a very light colored amethyst core. Great specimen. As a added bonus the quartz flashes rainbow colores as it's rotates around in the light. Great specimen!
Size 2-3/4" x 3"
Item # COC-006
Price $sold

This is a very nice Coconut. Very intense fortification agate with a tiny area of quartz in the center.  It even displays some shadow agate as well. Very nice!
Size 3" x 3-1/2"
Item # COC-005
Price sold