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We love rocks! We cut and polish cabochons and put them into one-of-a-kind jewelry. We also offer specimens, spheres, obelisks, wands, carvings and so much more! Since nature makes each piece and we are only bringing it to you in a special form, each piece we sell is a one-of-a-kind item. The jewelry may be the same mounting, but the stone is always going to be different with it's own...
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Please bring a rock, mineral, fossil, or any related item to be auctioned. There will be bid sheets to use for the auction. Please fill out a sheet with item details and minimum starting bid. The auction will officially start at 7:30 pm and the end time will be determined before the auction starts. Please arrive early to set up before the auction starts. The seller of the item will be in charge...
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A place to share your lapidary slabs for the purposes of identification and education for those who are interested in lapidary & lapidary slabs. This website uses cookies so that we can provide you with the best user experience possible. Cookie information is stored in your browser and performs...
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Explore stone and gem cutting, jewelry making, and glass bead-making with us. We teach the journey from rocks to gems to jewelry. For information on our dealers, exhibits, demonstrations, kid’s activities, make & take classes, silent auction – all the exciting things to see and do at Gemarama...
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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, we...
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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, we can turn your found treasures into prized pieces by cutting and polishing your gems or creating...
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Tucson Lapidary is located in Tucson, Arizona. We 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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Specialising in geological supplies, microscopy and lapidary equipment, UKGE offers a range of maps, books, tools, field equipment, storage and clothing for geologists. As part of our large Lapidary range, we have stone tumblers, from complete kits for beginners, to industrial machines. Everything you need to polish rocks and minerals, turning them into beautifully gems. We even have all the...
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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 trips, lectures, classes, and hands-on experience about rocks and lapidary techniques. The club has...
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Tucson Lapidary is located in Tucson, Arizona. We 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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Do you have a rock (or rocks) you’d like to have identified? Use the form to send a photo and as much information as you have about where it came from, and we’ll try to ID it for you. Would you like to know more about the geology of an area in northern Arizona? Are you curious about the kinds of minerals and rocks you’ve encountered? Do you have a question about the different kinds of lapidary...
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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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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. Hardcover, 134 pages, lots of photos, lots of info from origin to mining to telling synthetic from natural. Welcome to Sister's...
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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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We show you Where to Collect and Find Rocks and Minerals - Read our articles and maps, all for free! Agate Arizona Barstow Book Excerpt Calcite california Christmas Chromite colorado copper crystals east coast Feldspar Field Collecting fluorite Fossils garnet garnets Lapidary Los Angeles Maryland meme mica Michigan MinDat mineral collecting Minerals Mineral Show Mineral Shows New York...
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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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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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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 and Used Lapidary Equipment and supplies for sale (looking for lapadary, find it here). Lapidary (commonly mis-spelled lapadary) means "concerned with stones". The field of lapidary is the craft of working, forming and finishing stone, mineral, gemstones, and other suitably durable materials (glass, amber, shell, pearl, horn, bone) into functional, decorative, or wearable, items. Some...
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