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Rather than separate these varieties by name in the main listing, I've chosen to group them all as "Metallics" - because they're heavy and (generally) shiny - and share certain grounding energetics. Also, some are more obscure, and you might now know - by name - that they have something in common with the others I've put together here.
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Quite unique, this little 'mountain' leans a bit, but could balance on the forehead, as well as fitting nicely in the hand. A keeper! Priced each at $32. Which you get depends on which is still available. Clearly not polished, these Pyrite Cubes have fascinating patterns on their siding, looks like a computer electronics board. They're from Logrono, Spain, no less (that's unusual)!. Priced each at $30. Clearly not polished, these Pyrite Cubes have fascinating patterns on their siding, looks like a computer electronics board. They're from Logrono, Spain, no less (that's unusual)!.
I like that this piece - in addition to being a palm piece - stands nicely, with a subtle pyramidal shape. Chalcopyrite, or Peacock Ore, is a an iridescent tarnish of copper ore, enhanced through an acid wash. This is from Zacateacas, Mexico, and as a stone, it resembles a non-translucent version of Labradorite, energetically. I like that this piece - in addition to being a good sized palm piece - stretches itself out like a pyramid. In almost any type of stone, this is a more unusual occurrence. Of course, the colors are great. Chalcopyrite, or Peacock Ore, is a an iridescent tarnish of copper ore, enhanced through an acid wash. This is from Zacateacas, Mexico, and as a stone, it resembles a non-translucent version of Labradorite, energetically. Also, it's essentially a laser wand, you'll feel that, I hope (I certainly did) when you hold it. I like that this piece - in addition to being a good sized palm piece - has section of grey black Pyrite material. Chalcopyrite, or Peacock Ore, is a an iridescent tarnish of copper ore, enhanced through an acid wash. This is from Zacateacas, Mexico, and as a stone, it resembles a non-translucent version of Labradorite, energetically.
Pyrite concretion 'mouth'
Our Price: $120.00
Extraordinary Tiger Eye specimen - with a lot of gorgeous yellow swirl, a kind of triangular shape - and some subtle Tiger Iron content (which forces me to categorize it as such). Very evocative, mythical piece...quite powerful. Mysterious concretion, encrusted with a concentric buildup of Pyrite. Has more shine than the photos reveal. Is named after the open "mouth" on one of its ends. It also has an "eye" set back, around the central perimeter. Mysterious concretion, encrusted with a concentric buildup of Pyrite. Has more shine than the photos reveal. And it's a large palm size.
Stibnite (dark) cluster
Our Price: $180.00
Apparently "old collection" - mines producing this type of material from the Tristate District (OK, MO, KS) were active between 1850 and 1960 - plus you see the tagging on the bottom (3rd picture). Very harmonious display piece, circular, and with wonderful crystallization. In pencil, on the side, is written "sphalerite" - presumably due to some happening on the Galena - prize specimen. Very fine, flat points bristling over the top, with some crystallization underneath as well, great specimen! Message me with serious inquiries & Best Offers. Don't let this one get away, it's really special!