Thank you to everyone who came out to support us at the Denver Gem and Mineral Show! Our business continues to grow, and without your support, it wouldn't be possible. We look forward to seeing you all soon in Tucson at the Tucson Gem and Mineral Show January 2019! Coming to Tucson, we have a large shipment of new specimens including amethyst, agate, agate slices, citrine, selenite , splash copper and the ever popular rose jasper/rose amethyst that many of you have inquired about. We will also have amongst many large spectacular specimens, magnificent amethyst slices on metal stands that...
So you’re thinking of attending the 2015 Tucson Gem, Mineral and Fossil Showcase and now you’re wondering what would be the most Tucson thing you could do while here (that is, other than attend the grand daddy of its shows, the Tucson Gem and Mineral Show). Many people would tell you that you have to [...] The post Tucson Gem & Mineral Show Ultimate Guide: Mexican Food appeared first on Rockology - Nature's Rarest & Most Extreme Minerals.
Fire and water, the perfect mix of natural elements. Together they make a visually stunning stone. Opal isn’t the most popular stone for mineral collections and interior design, but it should start climbing the list. There are many distinctive characteristics and qualities which make opal stand apart from other minerals. The Creation of Opal Known [...] The post Opal Stone is a Lover of Light appeared first on Rockology - Nature's Rarest & Most Extreme Minerals.
Figs. Plums. Eggplant. Grapes. Blackberries. Purple is a color that simply belongs in the kitchen, and amethyst stone is the way to do it. Purple rarely occurs in nature, but when it does, the results are exquisite. The color itself is associated with imagination and inspiration and is believed to have calming effects on those [...] The post Purple Paradise: Amethyst Stone in the Kitchen appeared first on Rockology - Nature's Rarest & Most Extreme Minerals.