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  1. Spinel and Pargasite Sale

    Spinel is a gem that has been confused with ruby and sapphire for over 1000 years. Several of the most spectacular spinels ever discovered were mounted in "crown jewels" and other "jewelry of significance" under the assumption that they were rubies or sapphires.

    Spinel occurs in the same bright red and blue colors as rubies and sapphires. Spinel forms in the same rock units, under the same geological conditions, and is found in the same gravels. Found among rubies and sapphires it is not surprising that ancient gem traders misidentified them.

    Pargasite is named after its discovery locality, at Pargas, 10 km south of Turku, Finland.

    Pargasite forms transparent to translucent bluish green or chrome (emerald)-green to light brown stout prismatic crystals.


  2. Labradorite Specimen Sale
    • Assorted Sizes
    • Approximately 3 to 4 inches tall
  3. Agate Polished Geode Sale

     Measurements: 6"x 7.5"x 2"

  4. Agate Polished Geode Sale
    •  Measurements: 8.5"x 6"x 1.5"
  5. Amethyst Cathedral Sale

    Dimensions: 7"x 8"x 5"

  6. Purple Chalcedony Sale

     Measurements: 6.25"x 6.5"x 3.5"

  7. Chalcopyrite with Quartz Sale
    • Chalcopyrite
    • Quartz
    • 2.5" x 3" x 2.25"
    • Museum quality collector's specimen
  8. Ocean Jasper Sphere Sale

    Approximately 4" in diameter

  9. Grey Jasper Sphere Sale

     Approximately 3" in diameter

  10. Galena Sale
    •  Galena
    • Approximately 2" in diameter
  11. Polychrome Jasper Sale
    • Polished polychrome jasper
    • 5 x 3 x 7.5
    • From Madagascar
  12. Citrine on Base Sale

    Citrine geodes are rock cavities with internal crystal formations in colors ranging from pale yellow to deep orange and ranging from transparent to translucent.

  13. Copper Sale

     Approximately 1" x 4" x 2"

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