1. A kind of agate stone found in Gujarat, India, coloured mostly white yellow or orange. Named after Baba Ghor, a patron saint of people of African descent living in India and supposedly the person who started the worldwide trade in these stones.
2. A division of Jurgen Lehl Co. which specializes in using only natural materials and dyes to create limited editions of useful products for the home and clothes for those who appreciate the charm and quality of carefully crafted things.
3. A design shop in Koto-ku Tokyo selling handcrafted furniture and other products for the home and an exclusive range of clothes for men & women. There are branches in: Kobe, Sapporo, Obihiro, Sendai, Shizuoka, and Fukuoka.
4. A book showing the surprising variety of patterns and shapes found in Babaghuri stones published by Jurgen Lehl in 2005. Available at

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