Agate in Zodiac represents a mystical stone of month September, traditionally a popular present for the 12th and 14th wedding anniversary.
Agate was extensively used during neolithic respectively, and gained a momentum during the Babylonian and ancient Egyptian times mainly for jewlery and decoration. They believed Agate nourishes spiritual energy and helps increase concentration. Persian mags believed Agate can prevent storms while Pontic kings were great collectors of Agate made products. Agate reached its peak in Europe among the Byzanthium monarchs, and during the Renaissance.
Agate is a very hard stone mined all around the world, where green and blue colors are relativelly rare. Agate reflects in its pattern the surroundings of the mining site.