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This section features stones by name. Some of them are grouped due to their similarities - most notably the family of Quartzes - which include Amethyst and Smoky (among others...which would otherwise be listed separately). So be sure to click through and check everything out. Search as well by Shape and Color. More items constantly being uploaded - email CrystalConcentrics@gmail.com - we actually have more stock than is featured here (so we might have something you're looking for, which simply isn't visible yet).
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Not sure what these may have originally been used for - but they're great sphere holders, coasters - even pendants (if you want one that big)! Inner hole is 1" wide. Dimensions are for the largest, though they are all essentially the same size, and the price quoted is for any one of them (whichever is left at the time of purchase). Discounts may be possible for multiples. And we have other Apache tears not pictured. So just Message us to get the skinny on the latest & greatest available. More snowflake than Obsidian, though of course the variety features both colors, this is a very sweet heart.
Not sure what these may have originally been used for - but they're great sphere holders, coasters - even pendants (if you want one that big)! Inner hole is 1/15" wide. Light new Jade with flecks of white, like snow, blowing about. Not exactly blue - but interpretable as such - the base of this piece is an enigmatic color, and the top looks like a brownish green lake. Stands slightly leaning, smooth reddish siding.
Jasper chunk
Our Price: $26.00
This collectors palm piece, is a variety that shows the sheeny green Malachite over an ochre'y colored earth tone stone. This is a per piece price - and there are (currently) 4 pieces - I may be able to do less for multiples. One of them kind of stands, and comes to a point, that would be the 'best' one, but they are all from the same source, as you can see. Very rich, brick'ish color, and with a little glitter throughout, which is hard to identify on the photo. The dimensions are maximums, and as you can see, they're all pretty much the same size. Very interesting combination of colors on this precious Rhodonite heart.
Rhodonite 'dark' Heart
Our Price: $32.00
Rhodonite 'swirly' heart
Our Price: $32.00
Nice, rich dark pink color on this Lepidolite heart. Very interesting patterns, swirling pink and beige, a unique Rhodonite heart, for sure. The brightest of the Rhodonites, I really like this one.
Creative shape over the top, a bit richer in hue than the photo shows, but cool little etching around the rims...awesome piece all around. Beautiful, consistent rich pink with some characteristic black occurances only at the top side & one point on one side. True gem! (in the group shot, it's the one on the bottom) This one took one of my best heart photos - great translucency - floating snowflakes...very nice!
Rhodonite 'line' Heart
Our Price: $34.00
Rhodonite 'purple' Heart
Our Price: $34.00
Rhodonite 'yummy' heart
Our Price: $36.00
Rich dark pink color on this Rhodonite  heart. Quite dark pink, to the point of being purple - hence the name - with a couple of sheen'y patches. Gorgeous! (in the group shot, it's the one on top) Nicknamed 'yummy' on account of its luscious black and sumptuous dark pink color.
Talc 'tower' crystal
Our Price: $36.00
Priced each, these flat planes of beautiful purple Lepidolite range in depth from .15 to .45 inches thick; 2.85-3.3 inches at their greatest width; and 3.4-4.6 inches at their greatest length. Source: Virgem de Lapa, Aracuai (Minas Gerais) 1 of 3, it's got Asbestos in it, so it's toxic (if ingested)...soft as all get out...and interestingly translucent. Wonderfully pleasing carving work (each is slightly different) - these sample photos show what we've got for new (or China) Jade - a variety that has the same energy as Nephrite & Jadeite, but it technically a variety of Serpentine (most people won't tell you that). Which you get depends on which is available. We can send you photos to narrow it down for you. Dimensions (and price) may vary, depending on which one you get.
Talc 'hoof'
Our Price: $38.00
Crystal Skull in Sodalite
Our Price: $38.00
This wonderfully pleasing blue green new Jade heart is a perfect palm piece. 1 of 3, it's got Asbestos in it, so it's toxic (if ingested)...soft as all get out...and interestingly translucent. I can't promise this is Sodalite - but sure looks like it - more than blue Quartz (due to the lack of translucency and the presence of white stuff in it). But hey - it's blue - and there aren't that many blue skulls out there!
From Finland originally, this Spectrolite (essentially identical to Labradorite), was sent to India for carving & polishing into the archetypal Lingam shape (before being shipped again, to the USA). An unusual combination, very desirable. From Finland originally, this Spectrolite (essentially identical to Labradorite), was sent to India for carving & polishing into the archetypal Lingam shape (before being shipped again, to the USA). An unusual combination, very desirable. This medium Shungite pyramidhas a lot of shine, but also some surface personality, and a semi-oval mark on the bottom, possibly from a previous price tag (in the past). It also has a kind of elevated base.
Picturesque polished top - this piece stands straight up - and has unusual siding, almost like a palm. A large palm piece as well, it does widen from bottom to top, hence the name. The photo doesn't do that top polished side justice - notice the two little whitish spots - as well as black and red hues...see the red pine siding as well...incredible texturing. The photo does good justice to the great coloring on this piece, as well as the distinctive shape of its top surface (and the texture of its siding). Displays nicely upside down too.