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  • Amazon Valley Jasper`
    Amazon Valley Jasper`
    $5.25
    These are collected as water worn rocks in the state of Mato Grasso, Brazil. They can be white, cream, pink, red, gray-blue, brown, black, yellow, and tan. None are alike with changing colors and patterns like no other!...
  • Balmorhea Blue  Agate
    Balmorhea Blue Agate
    $3.75
    Balmorhea was mapped out in 1906 with the town's name being an amalgamation of Balcom, Morrow, and Rhea, the surnames of its founders. The Original inhabitants of the area were the Mascalero Apache Indians and...
  • Cacoxenite in Amethyst
    Cacoxenite in Amethyst
    $6.75
    From Brazil, this rare crystal of Cacoxenite in Amethyst exhibits brilliant Golden Cacoxenite Crystals in deep purple amethyst. If you decipher the word Cacoxenite it means "Bad Guest". Back in time,  the smelters of...
  • Cady Mountain Seam Agate`,
    Cady Mountain Seam Agate`,
    $3.75
      This rough is from California and according the the miner, no two pieces are ever the same. The seams this comes from change constantly along their lengths, supplying a new material every two feet or so.  This...
  • Calico Lace Agate.`
    Calico Lace Agate.`
    $3.25
    Another of the never ending Mexican agates that is not seen much anymore for whatever reason. Real nice stuff from the good 'ol days of the 60's and 70's. -WET pic.-( 2"x2"/2. oz./6mm thk) no fractures>>>perfect...
  • Cathedral Plume Agate
    Cathedral Plume Agate
    $4.75
    This is top shelf rough that is becoming a bit hard to find especially high grade stuff like this sweet piece. Lets face it, when you buy Cathedral agate you want the cathedrals which are the stalactites and stalagmites of...
  • Cathedral Plume Agate`
    Cathedral Plume Agate`
    $7.75
    This is top shelf rough that is becoming a bit hard to find especially high grade stuff like this sweet piece. Lets face it, when you buy Cathedral agate you want the cathedrals which are the stalactites and stalagmites of...
  • Conifer Root
    Conifer Root
    $9.75
    Conifer Root specimen from Saddle Mountain. Nice little orange rind with creamy interior and thin agate streamers. Full skin with rounded backside and mirror polished face. Very cool and interesting for you wood lovers. -Dry...
  • Death Valley Plume agate`
    Death Valley Plume agate`
    $19.00
    Also know as Wingate Pass this material is from the China Lake Military Reserve in California. This material was last dug in the 1960s and collecting is no longer allowed on the site making it quite...
  • Dryhead Agate Drusies
    Dryhead Agate Drusies
    $3.25
      This agate is from the Bighorn Canyon location in Montana and the mine has been closed for many years and will likely never open due to silly restrictions like Prudent Man for instance .Even to this day it is a remote...
  • Eagle Rock Plume agate*`.
    Eagle Rock Plume agate*`.
    $9.75
    Very near Prineville Oregon you can find where this grand plume agate once was when discovered by a fellow named, Shirts Quant. Back around the time he was born in 1915, his mother would load up the Model T...
  • Enumclaw Agate`
    Enumclaw Agate`
    $13.75
    Talk about rare, this rough is as tough to find as anything I've heard of.  It does resemble Tahoma agate which is from Washington also. The Washington man I bought it from has had it for many years and said he...
  • Holly Blue Chalcedony
    Holly Blue Chalcedony
    $9.75
    Also known as Calapooia Purple so the river must be close to the area where it's collected in Sweet Home, Oregon. Well, at least it was until a large timber company bought all the land where this...
  • Kaily Agate
    Kaily Agate
    $7.00
    Kaily Agate has a cool signature of subtle shadowed random patterns that takes on a high polish finish.  This material came from a small deposit and was available only for a very short time and that's why you never see...
  • Kaily Agate`
    Kaily Agate`
    $9.00
    Kaily Agate has a cool signature of subtle shadowed random patterns that takes on a high polish finish.  This material came from a small deposit and was available only for a very short time and that's why you never see...
  • Los Choyas Amethyst Geode
    Los Choyas Amethyst Geode
    $43.00
    These come from Mexico and I have cut a bunch over the years looking for that elusive amethyst geode. I was expecting it to be solid but luck was with me when I saw the beautiful lilac crystals in this geode. A couple other...
  • Melody Stone
    Melody Stone
    $17.75
    Amethyst, Clear Quartz. Smoky Quartz, Cacoxenite, Rutile, Geothite and Lepidocrocite in combination make this stone so desirable. Also known as "Super Seven" or "Sacred Seven", this is a rare crystal found in only one place...
  • Mtorolite
    Mtorolite
    $6.00
    Zimbabwe is the one and only place in the world where this gorgeous rock has formed. Chromium Oxide is in this hard chalcedony giving it the amazing green color that it has. Serpentine is the host rock and from what I gather...
  • Nova Scotia Golden Flame Agate
    Nova Scotia Golden Flame Agate
    $6.00
    There are three flame agate types in Nova Scotia that all come from different locations.  They are Cherry Flame, Red Flame and the most coveted Golden Flame Agate. In the Minas Channel at the Cape Split Peninsula there...
  • Nsanje Blue Chalcedony
    Nsanje Blue Chalcedony
    $6.75
    The Nsanje District of Malawi is where this stunning blue chalcedony formed in the crevices of the host rock.  Use your imagination and cut an "out of the ordinary" gem leaving the rough gemmy exterior...

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