Ammonite - Placenticeras
This ammonite is a member of the genus Placenticerus defined by its grooved venter, ornate sutures and moderately involuted umbilicus. The specimen is from the Pierre Shale in western South Dakota. Note the “scar” on the flank of the shell. This could have been caused by a Mosasaur which fed on ammonites during the late Cretaceous period.
"Purple Rain" Fairburn Agate
This beautiful Fairburn agate was nicknamed “Purple Rain” for the purple druzy in the center. It has 3 distinct faces with nice banding around all of them. This agate weighs...
Amazonite can be used to bring harmony and inspiration to one’s life. An expressive stone, amazonite aids in the creative process, facilitating communication of one's ideas and their eventual manifestation....
Amazonite with Smokey Quartz
Amazonite crystals with smokey quartz crystal inclusions. Found in the Lake George district in Teller County, CO, USA. Approximately 3" x 2"
Light and airy, amber is an energetic stone as well as a powerful healer. Amber has been used throughout human history: by Greeks and Egyptians in antiquity, as common rosary...