1. It can be used as a Dining Table, Guest table, coffee table, center table top in show room as well as a gift for your loved ones. 2. The table top is made in Agra India & fully handmade. 3. The top will be delivered by FedEx or DHL free of cost door to door. 4. If there is any local tax, custom duties or Vat will be paid by the buyer at the destination. 5. The parcel is dispatch with proper packing & fully insured covering all kind of risk. 6. To maintain the table top is simple soap & water & dry cotton cloth. 7. If You Are Looking Something Customize, Let Us Know We Will Make For You As Per Your Design, Size & Shape. 8. This is only Table Top & Base/Leg is not included.
Agate Table Tops
We are Manufacturer & Exporter of agate table tops. These agate table tops have different shapes like Round Table top, Octagonal Table Tops, Rectangle / Dining table tops, Square Table tops, Chess Table tops, Taj Mahal Table tops, Custom Designs Table tops also make Agate Table top Base and Stand. Then we can be used as dining tables, coffee tables, Center tables, conference tables, chess boards, reading tables, bar tables , Garden table, side and corner tables or any other use as per the indoor and outdoor decor. They can also be placed outdoors in the garden, as Agate is stain free, offers great resistance to the forces of nature, and can withstand heavy temperatures. We also meet customized requirement and offer our Agate table tops at industry leading prices.
About Agate Stone- Agate is a rock consisting primarily of cryptocrystalline silica, chiefly chalcedony, alternating with microgranular quartz. It is characterized by its fineness of grain and variety of color. Although agates may be found in various kinds of host rock, they are classically associated with volcanic rocks and can be common in certain metamorphic rocks.
Ancient use of agate stone
Agate is one of the most common materials used in the art of hardstone carving, and has been recovered at a number of ancient sites, indicating its widespread use in the ancient world; for example, archaeological recovery at the Knossos site on Crete illustrates its role in Bronze Age Minoan culture
Types Of Agate 1. Fortification Agate This is the most common and distinctive type of agate. In these agates, bands crystallized into concentric layers that more or less follow the shape of the cavity. The banding resembles an aerial view of a fort 2. Water-Line Agate (also called water-level or onyx) During its formation, silica-rich solution either entered the cavity slowly laying one band at a time, excess water drained out leaving a small amount of silica to settle out into separate bands, or the vesicle filled under low pressure. In any case, the silica crystallization in water-level agates is controlled by gravity in one orientation, forming a stack up of parallel bands. 3. Shadow Agate Some agates exhibit a shadow effect in which there is what appears to be movement across the agate layers when the specimen is rocked back and forth (or your orientation to the specimen moves). This optical effect only occurs when there are alternating translucent and opaque bands. It is caused when light goes into the agate, but is not reflected out. 4. Tube Agate Tube Agate During the formation of some agates, parallel projections of tiny hair-thin mineral rods grow first within the silica gel, around which later the chalcedony agate micro-crystals form. In some cases the inclusions remain, but sometimes they weather away leaving hollow tubes that subsequently fill in with silica. 5. Eye Agates This mysterious agate characteristic is believed to be formed when most of the silica gel drains from the cavity, leaving only a droplet that “beads up” on the inside wall of the cavity. This droplet crystallizes into solid chalcedony “eyes”. In some cases, crystal growth will continue from this droplet in a manner similar to the formation of stalactites in caves. Later, the pocket fills in with the usual deposition of chalcedony microcrystals. 6. Plume Agate These agates initially had formations on their outside layer that formed prior to the deposition of chalcedony bands. They are filament growths of mineral inclusions that resemble ferns or feathers. 7. Geode Agate Geode Agate In some cases the supply of silica-rich water runs out before the entire cavity fills in. When there is a hollow center within a crystalline outer fill, the specimen is considered a geode. Not all geodes have agate banding, but many do. Also, the inner layers can form into several different types of silica mineral crystals and may even have other types of mineral crystals. 8. Moss Agate Moss Agate Moss agates have clusters of mineral inclusions that resemble plants, trees, or landscapes. Most moss agate inclusions are comprised of iron or manganese oxide. In some cases, the inclusions inhibit chalcedony banding allowing the mineral clusters free reign to grow within the silica gel. 9. Seam Agate Seam agates for in cracks within host rock, rather than in rounder pockets. The bands form in parallel rows that follow and fill in the crack or seam.
We exclusively ship through renowned courier partners such as DHL and FedEx, with an estimated delivery time of approximately 10 days to your doorstep. In cases where delivery is not possible through these courier partners, we will use India Post as an alternative option. Please note that we cannot ship to PO Box addresses. For large items, we deliver via sea cargo to the nearest seaport, which takes 6 to 8 weeks for delivery. Rest assured that we take proper measures to ensure the safe packing of your items, and all parcels are fully insured against any risks. However, please be aware that we cannot be held responsible for any delays in Customs clearance. Any additional taxes and duties required by Customs must be paid by the customer in accordance with their respective country's norms
Packaging & Delivery
By Air: Articles up to 48 inches in diameter are packaged in corrugated and PVC boxes with air bubble and foam sheet for optimal protection during shipping. These items are dispatched through renowned courier partners such as DHL and FedEx, with an estimated delivery time of approximately 10 days to your doorstep.
By Sea: For articles larger than 48 inches in diameter, we utilize wood wool and rope to secure the item into a single piece. It is then covered in jute cloth and placed inside a wooden box for safekeeping. Shipping for articles larger than 48 inches is done through sea cargo, which takes approximately 6 to 8 weeks for delivery to the nearest seaport specified by the buyer at the time of purchase. The buyer must arrange for door delivery from the nearest seaport to their doorstep or they can request door delivery at an additional cost. For further information on door delivery charges, please email us with your complete delivery address and nearest seaport.
Insuracne: All items dispatched from our workshop are fully insured to cover any potential damage that may occur during transit.
We want you to be completely satisfied with your purchase. If for any reason you are not satisfied with your order, we accept returns within 7 days after delivery. Please note that you will be responsible for paying the return shipping cost.
If you cancel your order before we dispatch it, we will provide a full refund. All refunds will be initiated through a Bank NEFT/RTGS/PayPal transfer, which will take 5-10 working days to process.
If your purchased product arrives broken or damaged, you have the option to receive another product or a full refund from the insurance company. To process the insurance claim faster, we request that you follow these steps:
Take photos of the packaging if it arrived with external damage. Open the parcel within 3 days of delivery.
If you receive the item in broken condition, email Artefactindia and the shipping company (Fedex or DHL) about the damage with photographs. Provide additional details to the insurance company upon request. As soon as the claim is settled by the insurance company, we will inform you by email.
Please note that no claims will be entertained once the 3-day period for opening the parcel has passed.
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