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I'm not sure what this is. I don't it along the Long Island Sound in NY. It's solid, heavy in weight. Brownish clay color with darker spots throughout.
Specimen 1- Hardness >6, No streak, non-magnetic, no acid reaction, specific gravity- 2.6 Specimen 2- , No streak, non-magnetic, no acid reaction, specific
Found in creek in Boyce Louisiana it has Yellow, pink,white,red,and brown colors with polished look
Magnesium rich olivine is a mineral formed deep within the mantle.
I found it on the shores of Lake Huron in Ontario
I found what I thought was a rock but my metal detector beeped on it lol, I'm sorry I know nothing about metal, a magnet will not stick to it.any information
This is an Opal. I've been told that the red part is also Opal, there is Fire Opal mixed in.
I've had this specimen for many year. I've been told it is either Green Tourmaline or Emerald. It is about the size of a lemon.
Jasper is a very unique and revered stone.
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