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Snowflake Obsidian 'blizzard' Petrified Wood (med) 'brown top, blue bottom' Snowflake Obsidian 'black & white'
More snowflake than Obsidian, though of course the variety features both colors, this is a very sweet heart. 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. Very uniform in its color spread, this is a very ideal example of the Snowflake Obsidian variety...and it's in the shape of a heart!
Petrified Wood (lrg) 'coffee spot' Petrified Wood (med) 'rustic flarey' Petrified Wood (lrg) 'tree stump'
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. 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.
Petrified Wood (lrg) 'cream pie' Chalcopyrite 'lying flame' Chalcopyrite large 'elongo-chunk'
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. 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.
Petrified Wood (med) 'yellow lake' Lingam "dark whorl" Petrified Wood (lrg) 'tall dark'
Lingam "dark whorl"
Our Price: $48.00
Quite a statement atop this majestic standing piece. It's base has a whitish spot and an etched out area. Distinctive. Very interesting - quite dark - but lighter on the other side, and with very fine whorls on the darker side. Like modern art, this top has almost a yin and yang thing going on, with black and white and beige all over. Excellent detail on all the siding. and mitten shaped base.
Petrified Wood (med) 'white lake' Petrified Wood (med) 'rounded top' Petrified Wood (lrg) 'water worn/beige delta'
Named for the distinctive little pool at its top - this piece also stands majestically - with a little slant downwards, to its polished face. A lot of rich earth-tone on the dome. It's siding is particularly rich in personality, and the center of the 'white lake' appears to be crystallized and glittery. You can even see a bit of glitter on a sliver at the base. Photo A shows the height and shape better - as well as the matt bottom - while Photo B shows the rounded top, with color. This is a large palm piece. Impressive either way - both ends slope a bit - one is looks like an estuary, with lots of beige and white...while the other looks naturally worn down by the elements. A truly great specimen.
Pendant - (4 Prehnite, 2 Emerald) - breastplate style Serpentine 'standing snowy' generator Petrified Wood (lrg) 'red lake'
Impressive collection of stones on a backplate, all quality Sterling setting. We have named the Prehnite as such, because of its look (and the Emerald too), but we cannot vouch for certain that those are the stones contained herein. What you see in the photo - combined with your own judgment, taste, and our best estimate - is the most we can promise. The seller did now know for sure either, and the item # (what's written on the back of the tag) is I-28. Delightful standing display piece has great translucency and a blizzard of puffy 'snow' running through it. Although it fits in your palm - it's more of a standing display piece - with phenomenal color over the polished top. The bottom is rough, almost like a giant molar.
Jasper (Kambaba/"crocodile" variety) large palm piece Petrified Wood (lrg) 'red scatter' Pendant - Labradorite & Amethyst (3 Emeralds)
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. Spectacular color burst (and the bottom's not bad either) - larger than a palm piece - stands very nicely too. Impressive collection of stones on a backplate, all quality Sterling setting. We have named the Emerald as such, because of its look, but we cannot vouch for certain that's what it is. The others are obvious. What you see in the photo - combined with your own judgment, taste, and our best estimate - is the most we can promise. The seller did now know for sure either, and the item # (what's written on the back of the tag) is I-29.
Fluorite (blue) rainbow display slab Amethyst (Chevron) 4 'peach cap' Quartz (Amphibole/Angel) w/pink twin ghost phantoms
The photos aren't doing this justice - the color's not so muted - ask and we can make a video (or send more pix). The rare blue Fluorite is the predominant color here, even though there are highlights of green and clear, with a strong central stripe of purple. Great rainbow Fluorite specimet, displays well on a stand. 4 relatively well defined point-faces, actual point chipped underneath, to reveal deep purple inside. Bottom is good purple cross section. I've characterized these stones as Milky (energetically important) because their white zones are indeed...slightly translucent...and very comforting energetically, in combination with the purple spirit energy of the dark Amethyst. Very soft, warm energy, with completely unique double Angel, or Amphibole 'entities' (you could almost call them phantoms) inside.
Mahogany Obsidian Sphere Labradorite 'striated' disc/lens Sterling pendant Quartz (flaring cathedral) DT
Mahogany Obsidian Sphere
Our Price: $160.00
Mahogany Obsidian ball - the smaller of two large ones - very mysterious black spotting on the orange bodied sphere. Among Labradorites, there are several varieties. This is the rare, striated form, which is further enhanced by having been cut perfectly into a disc/lens form, and set expertly in a Sterling wrap. Super distinctive piece. Width is diameter of the stone alone. Contact us for custom wrapping of YOUR stones. 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!
Rhodochrosite bowl, w Onyx accents (61 gr) Septarian open egg, superior quality Sugilite rough (46.8gr) 'red eye'
OMG - exquisite piece of Rhodochrosite - with Onyx accents, true collector's piece, whether for aesthetic or metaphysical purposes. Signed "S. Paul." We specialize in Rhodochrosite. Selling for just over $7 a gram. Serious inquiries & offers considered. Exquisite, finely (and pristinely) terminated yellow Calcite within this good sized Utah Septarian. We have much more product offline than uploaded, please Message us with your interest, so we an custom list your favorite items. Part of a very special stock of Sugilite that spans form dark purple with some solid burgundy sections, to light pink and blue (Richterite). Astonishing color burst when wet, more photos available & serious inquiries...Message me!