Polka Dot Chalcedony

Polka Dot Chalcedony, also called Polka Dot Agate, is a uniquely colored chalcedony that is found in Jefferson County, Oregon and has historically been used by Native American tribes in that area. True to its name, slabs of this fun stone are white with agate spots in a variety of colors.

In bead form that means that a wide variety of bead colors can come from a single slab of Polka Dot Chalcedony with colors ranging from translucent to dark brown and including a full range of warm earth tones. Because of their high quartz and agate content, chalcedony stones are considered to have a wide range of positive metaphysical properties.