FIND YOUR GEMS & FOSSILS!

MINERALS

Amazonite

Green to greenish-blue variations of triclinic potassium feldspar are referred to as amazonite

Amethyst Geode

You should pay close attention to both the stone's physical qualities and its metaphysical

Apatite

The chameleon-like characteristics of apatite and its capacity to resemble other crystals

Aventune

Green to greenish-blue variations of triclinic potassium feldspar are referred to as amazonite

Bloodstone

Bloodstone (Heliotrope), a deep, earthy green gem flecked with vivid crimson streaks,

Crystal Quartz

The most prevalent and extensively dispersed mineral in the crust of the world is quartz.

Dalmation Jasper

Dalmatian Jasper, also referred to as Dalmatian Stone or Dalmatian,

Flourite

Fluorite crystal attributes are derived from its peculiar

Geode

Geodes are rock formations shaped like spheres

Jasper

Jasper is a type of Chalcedony. Although it typically has a brown hue,

Moss Agate

New beginnings are central to Moss Agate's spiritual meaning

Pyrite

Pyrite is often called “Fool’s Gold,” though there is nothing foolish about this mineral

Sodalite

Do you struggle to communicate with others? Do you have something to say but are having

Unakite

Unakite is a type of granite that contains bits of pink orthoclase feldspar, green epidote, and

Rough Gems

Amethyst

Amethyst is a stunning, popular, and reasonably priced purple gemstone.

Aquamarine

Among precious stones, aquamarine, the brilliant blue birthstone

Citrine

Your birthstone is citrine if you were born in November.

Emerald

One of the most valuable and well-liked gemstones

Garnet

Since olden history, garnet gemstones have been treasured.

Rose Quarts

For their therapeutic qualities, crystals have been used for ages

Ruby

The ruby gemstone, also known as Manek, Ratanraja,

Sapphire

When most people hear "Sapphire," they immediately ,

Smoky Topaz

Smoky Topaz crystal has recently risen to the top of the list

Topaz

For thousands of years, topaz has been admired by people.

Cut Gems

Smoky topaz

Ruby

Citrine

Emerald

Aquamarine

Amethyst

Sapphire

Topaz

Garnet

Rose Quartz

Fossils

Ammonite

Ammonites were shelled cephalopods that became extinct

Black Murex Shell

These stunning shells belong to the murex snail family

Brachiopod

The shells of brachiopod fossils resemble wings

Cowrie Shells

Cowrie shells are said to represent the protective power

Crinoid Stem

Crinoids are marine animals that look like flowers.

Desert Rose

Desert Rose Selenite is a beautiful, delicate stone

Lettered Olive Shell

The lettered olive can be found all along the east coast

Megalodon Tooth

Megalodon was the largest predatory shark that ever lived

Modern Arrowhead

Arrowheads are among the most immediately recognizable

Orthoceras

Orthoceras, also known as Orthoceratites, is a genus of extinct

Petrified Wood

Petrified Wood, also referred to as a "petrified tree,"

Sea Bean

Aside from the vividly colored or peculiar seashells

Shark Eye Shell

The shark eye, Neverita duplocatus, is a member of the Naticidae

Shark Teeth

One of the vertebrate fossils that is frequently collected is a shark tooth.

Shiva Eye Shell

Shiva shell, also known as Pacific Cat's Eye, is a stunning natural gem

Shiva Lingam

The lingam is a phallic object that represents the Lord Shiva in Shaivism.

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