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Rocks 4 Life has gemstone jewelry, stones, Oregon sunstones,Oregon Jasper, unique one of kind wearable art, bulk stones, lapidary services and much more! This stone was found by Richard Meinz at Sunstone Butte Mine in June this last summer. 128 carats originally, now 65 carats finished by renowned cutter/carver Darryl Alexander from Gilbert, Arizona. The stone shows all the colors of Oregon...
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Browse our store for Lapidary tools, equipment,supplies, prospecting and gem hunting maps, rocks, gems,crystals and jewelry. Spokane's Lapidary Headquarters. We are a “Supercharged” hobby store for rock hounds, gem collectors and jewelry makers. Because we are also, a fully operating lapidary, gem cutting, jewelry store and rock shop we can turn your found treasures into prized pieces by...
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Specializing in Lapidary Rough Rocks, Slabs and Tumbling Material Specializing in Lapidary Rough Rocks, Slabs and Tumbling Material. Bulk Montana agates out of this bin, these came from a rock ... 2 pieces of Original Owyhee Picture jasper from near the Ore... Cripple Creek picture jasper comes...
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This rockhounding club was founded in 2008 in Oroville located in northern California to promote and encourage all aspects of collecting and studying rocks, minerals, and fossils, and the pursuit of all types of lapidary and jewelry art. The club's goals are to educate members through field...
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We offer rocks, minerals, fossils, tumbled stones, crystals, meteorites, books on lapidary, crystal healing; lapidary tools: Saw blades, hammers, hats, files, bits, Lapidary supplies: silicone carbide grit, polish, walnut shell and we also have a great jigsaw puzzle. Welcome to Sister's Rocks...
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Tucson Lapidary is located in Tucson, Arizona and specialized in selling turquoise rough and turquoise cabochons. We also sell many other rocks and minerals. We also are interested in buying single lapidary machines to entire lapidary shops including work benches, rocks and accessories! If you would like to contact me, please do so through my e-mail (dwightandchristy@gmail.com). We are...
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The Houston Gem and Mineral Society (HGMS) encourages lapidary arts, collecting of rocks, minerals, and fossils, increasing knowledge and understanding in these areas. We are a group of collectors interested in studying minerals in their natural unmodified state, which also includes learning about where and how they are found, how they were formed in the ground, and how they can be extracted...
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The Bristol Gem and Mineral Club fosters interest in the earth and geological sciences, minerals, and the lapidary arts. We’re located in Bristol, CT, where we hold monthly educational meetings, field trips, and our Annual Gem and Mineral Show. Interested in rocks, minerals, lapidary work, fossils, or any other aspect of earth sciences? Then we’re the club for you! Come join us at one of our...
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Offers a variety of collector specimens, rough, finished stones, lapidary art, custom lapidary, and more. We have combined the talents of skilled craftsmen and artisans with the beauty of nature’s rocks to create unique works of art. And Artisans also mix mediums to create stunning works of art and create custom pieces to be used in your decor or designs. Please call or email us if you are...
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Official site of the British Columbia Lapidary Society, Canada. The BCLS is a non-profit organization founded to encourage and promote the lapidary hobby in British Columbia. The organization consists of thirty charter member clubs, with a membership of approximately 1,500 people who collect rocks, minerals, crystals and fossils. The BCLS is a member of the Gem and Mineral Federation of Canada...
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Our members share a common interest in rocks and minerals. Areas of interest include lapidary work (cutting and polishing rocks, tumbling, and faceting gems), and jewelry making. Meetings feature club business discussions, rock show-and-tell, give-aways, various programs and presentations, videos, and snack/social time. The club organizes field trips within about half a day's drive from Fort...
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Home page of our club - gives access to over one hundred pages of rockhounding Information. The CML&MS is a member of the Midwest Federation of Mineralogical and Geological Societies American Federation of Mineralogical Societies American Lands Access Association. You might be a rockhound if... the local science teachers plan field trips to your back yard. We welcome anyone interested in rocks,...
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Your trip to Estes Park isn’t complete without stopping by Red Rose Rock Shop! Visit our store along the Big Thompson River to shop for rocks, minerals, fossils, jewelry, gifts, and decor. Check out Dick’s Rock Museum, a historical landmark, free of charge connected to our main store. Enjoy some coffee or lunch at Coffee On The Rocks, right next door to Red Rose Rock Shop & Dick’s Rock Museum....
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Gems, Rocks, Minerals, Fossils, Beads, Lapidary, Polishing, Jewelry, cut stones, Turlock, Modesto, Central Valley, California, Slabs, crystals, make jewelry, geodes, rock cutting, dichroic glass, festival, show, fairgrounds, Mother Lode Mineral Society, MLMS, Dinosaurs, Kids, Childrens activies. For Questions, Comments or Suggestions for our site, please contact.
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Specializing in: Morrisonite, Linda Marie Plume, Linda Marie agate, Dead Camel Jasper, Watercolor Jasper,Red Falcon Jasper, Feather ridge plume, Willow Creek Jasper, Owyhee Picture Jasper, Lahotan Jasper. Morrisonite Rough, Morrisonite Morrisonite, Morrisonite Rough, Morrisonite, Willow Creek Jasper, Morrisonite, Linda Marie Plume, Linda Marie agate, Antelope Springs Plume, Spiderwoman jasper,...
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We are diligently working on adding more products like lapidary rough, faceting rough, loose faceted gemstones, polished display specimens and handmade jewelry to our online stores (make sure to check out our Etsy pages!), stay tuned and watch our store and online stores fill up! Check our current status by visiting our Facebook page where we post updates if we have gone mining and will be...
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There is definitely an art to getting a fantastic shine on the rocks you decide to put through a rock tumbler, and whichever device you choose or own already, the best results will always come with a combination of time and patience. This doesn't apply to "waiting for it to finish" - that is a must, what we mean by time and patience is really more specific to how your skill will develop as you...
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There is definitely an art to getting a fantastic shine on the rocks you decide to put through a rock tumbler, and whichever device you choose or own already, the best results will always come with a combination of time and patience. This doesn't apply to "waiting for it to finish" - that is a must, what we mean by time and patience is really more specific to how your skill will develop as you...
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Has developed a Sample Pack for our Customers. For $30.66, you get 16 tablespoons of each polish--enough for about four 3-pound batches. We want you to see the spectacular difference that good polishes make on your rocks. We are also recommending that you change your rock tumbling "formula" to the following: For hard rocks, (1) 4-6 weeks in 80-Grit, (2) 1-2 weeks in 220-Grit, (3) 1-week in...
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New hobbies can show you things about yourself you never knew you have before. It can teach you a lot of great things about the world as well and appreciate more on what’s in it. Trying out new things and taking chances on new things to try is always a good idea in finding your potentials. And while finding yourself, you are having fun as well. Giving new things a try allows you to explore new...
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