squares, rectangles, triangles, diamonds or hexagons in seven lattice systems: all you need to carve sculpture of breathtaking variation, testament to the power of nature and time.

Agate Slab, item 485

Blue, Black and yellow Agate.  Translucent and opaque on black acrylic base with custom metal frame. Minas Gerais, Brazil.

19" x 15" x 3/4" slab.   Comes with the stand.

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Rhodochrosite, item 179

Cross-section through a Rhodochrosite stalagmite.  Lovely color, usually reserved for gems and jewelry. Argentina.

3” X 5” X 1/8”.

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Selenite & Calcite, item 312

Splendid specimen featuring massive, opaque crystals of Calcite surrounding a solid core of translucent, white Selenite variety of Gypsum.  Naica Mine, Chihuahua, Mexico.

Roughly triangular in plan, it is 14" on each side and 10" high.

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Fluorite Cube, item 54

Massive cube of Fluorite in translucent purple on matrix of Sphalerite. Classic specimen. Elmwood Mine, Carthage, Tennessee.

3” in three directions. 

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Amethyst Stalactite, item 23

Slab of amethyst cut as a cross-section from a stalactite.  Earlier stalactites, covered with hematite, have merged into the final form.  It tells a story; very special piece.  Uruguay.

4” X 3” X 3/16”

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Amethyst Slice, item 150

Museum quality cross-section of a volcanic fumarole, containing Quartz, Amethyst and Calcite crystals. This specimen may be viewed from two sides, as demonstrated by the pictures.

21” x 14” x 5 1/4” thick. Minas Gerais, Brazil. Comes with lucite stand.

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Aquamarine, item 468

Aquamarine, smokey quartz, garnet crystals on celestite.  Nuristan, Afganistan.

4" X 3" X 3 1/2". 

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Glassy Selenite, item 28

Very fine transparent Selenite, variety of Gypsum. Santa Eulalia District, Chihuahua, Mexico.

7” L X 4” W X 3 ½” H.

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Gypsum Spikes, item 51

Gypsum with three major spikes of clear crystal, on gray matrix.  Superman’s crystal cave looked like this. Mexico.

7” X 8” X 8”.

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