Rocks, stones, minerals, crystals, etc.
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Fluorite is the mineral form of calcium fluoride, CaF2. It belongs to the halide minerals. It crystallizes in isometric cubic habit, although octahedral and more complex isometric forms are not uncommon. The Mohs scale of mineral hardness, based on scratch hardness comparison, defines value 4 as Fluorite. Pure fluorite is transparent, both in visible and ultraviolet light, but impurities usually make it a colorful mineral and the stone... More info
These green crystals are olivine. If you were to choose a representative mineral for Earth, this would be a good choice since olivine is the most abundant mineral in Earth's mantle. Over 50% of the planet's subsurface mineral makeup is olivine. In fact, based on its ability to contain water, it is estimated that more water may be dissolved in... More info
Approximately 5" in length Selenite, also known as satin spar, desert rose, or gypsum flower are four crystal structure varieties of the mineral gypsum. These four varieties of gypsum may be grouped together and called selenite. All varieties of gypsum, including selenite and alabaster, are composed of calcium sulfate dihydrate (meaning that it has two molecules of water), with the... More info
Our own mixture of 20 crystal minerals. Average size is around 1". Priced per pound (example: qty 2 = 2lb). Bulk discounts are automatically applied when adding multiple pounds to your cart. Our mix contains a random assortment of the following: blue kyanite black kyanite bismuth petrified wood amazonite lepidolite tiger iron carnelian pyrite red jasper septarian obsidian amethyst quartz rose quartz smoky... More info
The state rock of Oklahoma, Rose Rocks are also called baryte roses since they are made of baryte. Size: 1–2" Appearance of individual pieces vary. All pieces were created in nature and therefore no 2 are identical. More info: Rose rock in Oklahoma was formed during the Permian Period, 250 million years ago, when western and central Oklahoma was... More info
These 2-3" geodes come unbroken so you can smash them open yourself. You'll be the first person to ever see the crystals hidden inside. Most contain quartz crystals, but there's a small chance you could get another type of crystal. It usually only takes one good whack with a hammer or on the sidewalk to break them open. **We recommend... More info