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Jasper (Kambaba/"crocodile" variety) large palm piece Prase Quartz small (olive) w/'ladder twin' green Quartz - Aventurine ("polished base")
Mystical material - akin to Malachite in its combination of black and green - it's a substantial piece too, making for a great collector/display piece. Sold as blue quartz, it's really blue green, or olive drab in color - but still a spectacular formation - and nice all around (with a semi-clear/smoky core). The siding is super intricate and textured, like the motherboard of some incredible computer. The polished side is visible while it's standing - and the base is polished as well - the other 4 sides are rough & natural, but not broken at all (and one of them is coated with the lighter material you can see in photo 3.
Prehnite & 'Ruby' pendant (3x3) Prehnite large flat (glittery!) cluster Fluorite (green) minty natural octahedron
Impressive collection of stones on a backplate, quality Sterling setting. We can't vouch 100% on the Ruby, but it sure seems to be that. Quite unusual cluster - almost a floater, given the semi-termination on the underside - and the top is a bit 'greener' than it looks in the photo (image 2 seems to capture the hue better). It seems to be a sort of Cactus Druze overlay over Quartz and/or Calcite, but I have since learned that it's a Prehnite. Exquisite little, perfectly formed "nail head" Calcite crystals adorn this enigmatic (large palm sized) pale frosted Fluorite octahedron cluster from China. It's a floater, no clear attachment (or "break-off" points, but none of its terminations are hard & super defined...it's as free floating as it is linear. Very interesting piece. Natural octahedrons are quite rare, and worth all the more.
Jade (Nephrite) from Big Sur Prase Quartz Cathedral DT, etched Quartz (green) Prase Quartz (terminated) 'wizard's tower'
Purchased from the diver himself, who harvested this and other naturally ocean worn Jade, from out of the Pacific (off Big Sur). You can see from the photo, the gentler color, but without good lighting, it is all darker (like the top left in this photo). Clearly double terminated, but with growth interference or post-formation etching (eating away) - this piece is green - and has fine Cathedraling on its side (smaller, side-terminations). So named, because of its etch-termination castle-siding surface (also almost like an extended wizard's hat). Pretty pristine points, with some breakage along one of the side points. Quite unusual - in additional to the phenomenal (and rare) crystallization of green Quartz - we have a harmonious 'bouquet' that expands (in this case, very subtly) from the base with angular points, and a symphony of cathedral terminations all up the sides. The root of one of the side crystals is broken off.
Jasper (Kambaba/"crocodile" variety) obelisk 1 Prase Quartz (green, terminated) 'princess tower' Chrysoprase teardrop pendant
This Stromatolite (ancient sea life fossil) is nicknamed 'squat' (because the other is taller), and makes for an extraordinary collector/display piece (or wand!). So named, because of its etch-termination castle-siding surface. Pretty pristine points. Quite unusual - in additional to the phenomenal (and rare) crystallization of green Quartz - we have a harmonious 'bouquet' that expands (in this case, very subtly) from the base with angular points, and a symphony of cathedral terminations all up the sides. You can see the two areas of irregularity photo 1: a little nibble on the bottom 5th, and a color irregularity at the bottom of the top 5th. Exquisitely colored and uniformly patterned, this is an ultimate example of Chrysoprase beauty. Solid, Sterling setting too. Could work for a man or woman.
Fluorite (green) pyramidal cluster Fluorite (green) light, translucent, pyramidal cluster Jasper (Kambaba/"crocodile") obelisk 2
Tightly formed (and heavy!) 'mountain range' of pyramidal points. Nice palm size, displays nicely on stand. Translucent, no matrix on the bottom. One of those rare pyramidal Fluorites - color vibrancy depends on lighting - these photos show it subdued (with dark background), but it's actually kind of minty. The height & depth have to do with the distance from the base, if it's lying down, to the termination tops. But it actually can stand on its side, which would make that height more like 2.8" This Stromatolite (ancient sea life fossil) is nicknamed 'slimmer' (because the other is more squat), and makes for an extraordinary collector/display piece (or wand!).
Fluorite (green) frosty natural octahedral cluster Jade (Nephrite) large palm piece (w/'lightning') Quartz (Cactus-Cathedral Elestial) 'gnarly green' DT
Exquisite little, perfectly formed "nail head" Calcite crystals adorn this enigmatic (large palm sized) pale frosted Fluorite octahedron cluster from China. It's a floater, no clear attachment (or "break-off" points, but none of its terminations are hard & super defined...it's as free floating as it is linear. Very interesting piece. Natural octahedrons are quite rare, and worth all the more. Over 3/4 of a pound of honest and true Nephrite Jade, polished beautifully into a large palm piece! Astonishingly ancient looking and powerful, this double terminated madness is relatively unique - with a funny little clear tabby attached - but otherwise encrusted with terminations. The smaller termination is quite fine, and it seems to be colored by Chlorite on the surface at least.
Malachite sphere (perfect, large, 'classic curvy') Quartz (flaring cathedral) DT 'Jade' (Nephrite/Serpentine) 'plump' Lingam
Exceptionally large & perfect Malachite sphere, can't think of when I've seen another quite so nice (and big). Lifetime collection item. This exquisite double terminated cathedral wand has a well formed, translucent milky point at one end (the 'fatter' side), and a fine sceptered point on the other end (but on that side, there is exposed a greenish, semi-crystallized core that looks like Spharelite). Very fascinating! Sold to me as a gem quality green Kyanite (which I can't imagine it being), it was mined elsewhere and carved in India. Looks just like Nephrite Jade, minus the black spots. It could also be a very high quality Serpentine. The translucency is exquisite, looks like green ocean surf! Highly recommended (and good sized)specimen!
Jade (Nephrite) riverworn, natural 'Heart Form' Moldavite 'Africa' pendant Moldavite 'alien fern' (3.4gr)
Moldavite 'Africa' pendant
Our Price: $240.00
This piece is a solid dark green Suiseki (water worn) Hetian (China) Nephrite Jade. Its nickname is 'the Heart Stone' (because the way we can interpret its shape from one perspective). On the other side, it's got a really cool hand grip. It stands with the heart aspect kind of upside down. My research on this mentions streams of lava containing Tremolite (volcanic, white and transparent), and how they blend with minerals to darken towards the green. The full spread of hues can range from creamy to green white, to green, blue green, dark green, red, and yellow. Exceptionally unusual shape for Moldavite - any stone really - to look like Africa and/or South America. You see what it looks like with light coming through it. And also without. We have much more product offline than uploaded, please Message us with your interest, so we an custom list your favorite items. This incredible, spiky Moldavite hails from Chlum in Bohemia, and came to me through a Czech dealer in Tucson.
Moldavite rough 'the emanator' (3.4gr) Moldavite rough 'snowball' (4.5gr) Jade, standing Nephrite 'seafoam whorl'
This piece is an extraordinary Suiseki (water worn) Hetian (China) Nephrite Jade. Its nickname is 'seafoam whorl' (the whorl is because of the way it seems to swirl). It stands on its side, with the "pointy" bit up. My research on this mentions streams of lava containing Tremolite (volcanic, white and transparent), and how they blend with minerals to darken towards the green. The full spread of hues can range from creamy to green white, to green, blue green, dark green, red, and yellow.
Malachite sphere (unusual, whorly) Moldavite rough 'floating pyramid' (6.5gr) Moldavite rough 'shark's tooth' (5.7gr)
Unique patterning - this Malachite is a real stand out - and looks as interesting from any angle (quite uniform in it's quality). Good sized palm piece, and excellent display item.