ROCK SLABS


Colorful agate, unknown origin. 4.5"x4". $5


Brown plume agate. 5"x3.5". $5



Wish I knew what this is. It's sparkly. 4"x3". $5


One inch square sodalite, pattern for cab drawn on back. $2


Agate is a cryptocrystalline variety of quartz, the most abundant mineral on the face of the earth. It usually forms in cavities and veins

Sparkly white stone, polished on one side. Two inches diameter. $3



Red lace, 5"x1". $5


Flesh colored slab, polished on one side. 3"x1.5". $4


Black obsidian, California. 3.5"x2.5". $4


Black obsidian, California. 3.5"x4". Rather thick. $6


Black obsidian, California. 4"x4". Thick. $6


Black obsidian, California. 3"x3". Thin. $5


Black obsidian, California. 3"x3.5". $5


Black obsidian, California. 3.5"x3.5". $5


Black obsidian, California. 2.5"x3". $4


Black obsidian, California. 4"x4". $5


Black obsidian, California. 3.5"x4". $5


Black obsidian, California. 4"x4". $5


Black obsidian, California. 3.5"x3.5". $5


Black obsidian, California. 3.5"x3.5". $5


Black obsidian, California. 4.5"x4.24". Thick. $6


Black obsidian, California. 4"x5". Thick. $6


Black obsidian, California. 4"x5". $6


Black obsidian, California. 4.5"x4". Thick. $5


Black obsidian, California. 3.5"x4". $5


Black obsidian, California. 4"x5", thick. $6





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