ROCK SLABS



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



Plume agate. 2.5"x2". $2


Red and black jasper. Minnesota. 4"x3". $3


Hematite and jasper. Minnesota. 4"x3". $4


Green moss agate slab. This material has been in the family collection a long time and I was told it was from Mississippi. 3"x3". $4.50


Stromatolite (algae jasper), from Mary Ellen mine, is a two billions year old fossil. Slab with attractive pattern, suitable for lapidary or display. 4"x4" approx. $9


Ruby cullet. Byproduct of smelting. Old material. 2'x2.5". $5


Small brazil agate. 3" diameter. $5


Known as chinese writing stone or chrysanthemum stone, depending on pattern. 2.5"x2". Limestone matrix with andalusite crystals. $5


Not sure of the exact name of this material but it is from the same area of MN as where binghamite was found and it comes close. 3.5"x3". $4


Hickoryite, WY. 2"x2". $2


Stromatolite with quartz, eastern MN. 4"x4". $5


Green moss agate. 4"x2.5". $5


Green agate. 3.5"x1". $3




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