Baker Ranch New Mexico Thundereggs

The Baker Ranch Agate Mine (aka:The Baker Egg Mine) is located 35 miles southwest of Deming in Luna County, New Mexico.  Baker Ranch is famous for its exciting colorful thundereggs unearthed here.  These colorful deposits come from volcanic activity where andesite and basalt lavas with heavier minerals, which are deposited in the mix, produce the colors in agates. Most Thunderegg deposits produce blue or gray nodules. There are many agate deposits in the world that produce multicolored agates. The Baker Ranch Agate Mine is the only known location in the world with multicolored agate thundereggs. These beautiful Thundereggs are now a thing of the past as we understand there are no more thundereggs to be extracted from this site.

Baker Ranch cut Thunderegg with Pink Opal and Quartz
Baker Ranch cut Thunderegg with Pink Opal and Quartz
Baker Ranch cut Thunderegg with Pink Opal and Quartz
Baker Ranch cut Thunderegg with Pink Opal and Quartz
Baker Ranch cut Thunderegg with Pink Opal and Quartz Baker Ranch cut Thunderegg with Pink Opal and Quartz Baker Ranch cut Thunderegg with Pink Opal and Quartz Baker Ranch cut Thunderegg with Pink Opal and Quartz
Item #1TEBR12169431

Baker Ranch cut Thunderegg with Pink Opal and Quartz

$20.00

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Baker Ranch Collectors Specimen!

This  cut face Thunderegg half is from the highly desirable Baker Ranch in New Mexico. This specimen has formations of clear quartz crystals with three small crystalline lined vugs and pink to white Opal.

This specimen measures 2.1 x 1.4 x 0.85 inches
(5.4 x 3.7 x 2.1cm) and weighs 1.6 oz (45.5g)

Baker Ranch Double Thunderegg Polished Half
Baker Ranch Double Thunderegg Polished Half
Baker Ranch Double Thunderegg Polished Half
Baker Ranch Double Thunderegg Polished Half Baker Ranch Double Thunderegg Polished Half Baker Ranch Double Thunderegg Polished Half
Item #TEBR04129402

Baker Ranch Double Thunderegg Polished Half

$39.00

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Baker Ranch RARE Collectors Specimen!

This featured double thunderegg is from the no longer available and highly desirable Baker Ranch in New Mexico. This specimen has agate formations of clear and red displaying red clear and dark agate fortification lines around the white lined vug.

This specimen measures 5.1 x 3.3 x 1.6 inches (13.1 x 8.3 x 4.2cm) and weighs 1 lb (462g)