Today, you can spend days hunting and find nothing. If you do choose venture out to hunt this gem stone, DO NOT TRESPASS UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES. No trespassing means no trespassing.
Be respectful and be safe. There is one ranch that will open its door to the public allowing you to hunt. Google it if your ever in central Washington.I found this chunk of Ellensburg Blue Agate fall of 2018. This is one of the largest known specimens of Ellensburg Blue available today on the market and it can be yours. Im happy to let this specimen go as I have one even bigger that I might part with in the future.
But until then, Little Boy Blue is available. Also known simply as E-blue, this precious gem Known for its striking blues, sky blues and purples, the Ellensburg Blue is one of the hardest mineral to come by. It comes in a range of colors from sky blue to a deep purplish color, though prized above all is a vibrant cornflower blue. According to local legend, Native American tribes valued these blue stones for their beauty, so much so that only tribal chiefs were allowed to wear them.They where and are considered to be a very sacred stone. For several decades tourists came up to Ellensburg just to root around the soil for E-blue hoping to find just a flake. All things considered, your time is probably best spent scouring local jewelry stores who sell raw, polished, and set stones for a wide price range. Be prepared to pay a hefty price for true Ellensburg Blue. Save and Use my pictures to compare to other Ellensburg Blue Agates so you know exactly what colors your looking for. This crystal is a Throat Chakra Stone, helping you with your communication skills and to speak your truth. It can be extremely helpful for those who teach and/or lecture. Ellensburg Blue Agate helps you to learn much about yourself and your circumstances which can bring you joy with who you really are and where you are at. Please use pictures as reference and feel free to message me with any questions. All pictures were taken in natural light with no filter. The item "Ellensburg Blue Agate 178.8 Carats Very Rare Gemstone Mineral Specimen Carnelian" is in sale since Friday, October 9, 2020. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Rocks, Fossils & Minerals\Crystals & Mineral Specimens\Rare Specimens". The seller is "dcglassseattle_2" and is located in Wallace, Idaho. This item can be shipped worldwide.