Blue agate stripping guides

Blue agate stripping guides

UK price $34.99 - $82.41 (with 20% VAT)
Export price $29.16 - $68.68 (no UK VAT)

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Blue Agate stripping guides

Fantastic quality agate stripping guides made by Perfect Europe. Brazed low profile nickel silver frame tapering to well shaped point for neat thread wrapping stocked in sizes 10 and 12, with a small selection in size 16.

Bright Aqua blue natural stone agate rings, most with lightly striped or banded pale or white markings.  A small number in #10 nickel silver and #12 blued frame are paler with a mix of white and blue, add a message if you have a preference.  See also greeny-blue agates listed separately.

Subject to availability guide frames can be selected in bright nickel silver, blued nickel silver (soft pewter grey) and a shinier black nickel gunsmoke finish. We specify and supply some Perfect Europe agate guides with a flat foot and some with a grooved foot to sit a little better on round glass and carbon blanks.  Both can be used on any blank and we will not necessarily have both in stock.  Message us before ordering if it matters to you.  Struble agates with flat guide feet are listed separately.

The photographed examples are representative. Each agate stone is unique and you will receive one of generally similar colour and markings to those pictured for the metal frame size and finish selected. When a new batch of guides is received the photographs are updated if we deem it necessary to fairly represent the product.


Nickel silver guides can be blued (darkened) on request (+£3). Blueing leaves a pewter grey oxidised layer that is polished. It wears over time to an attractive antiqued patina.