"Detroit Agate",or Fordite - is NOT an agate at all - it is a product of the car-painting process. The original material was created many years ago at the Ford Rouge Plant just outside of Detroit, Michigan. Layer upon layer, paint over-spray built up on m
Solid Detroit Agate / Fordite Cabochon TEQUILA SUNRISE (suzybones) leftover enamel from painting both after the painting of vehicles usually from Detroit found in the ground and dug up and polished. Not a rock or mineral.
Tourmaline: a dazzling array of colors… it can shock you (literally)
Watermelon tourmaline has been said to be a stone of reconciliation, a stone that fosters compassion and cool headedness, radiates the energy that attracts money, healing and friendship while stabilizing, grounding and reaffirming our Earth roots.
cabochon of Mohave purple turquoise. It is composed of small chunks of natural blue turquoise, to which they added red dye and a brassy-bronze metallic. Beautifully rich coloration, with plenty of contras
Natural Blue Obsidian (raw) Obsidian is a very special stone. It is not a true mineral. It is actually a volcanic glass that forms when molten lava cools too rapidly to crystallize. It consists mostly of Silicon Dioxide.
Detroit agate/ aka Fordite is old car paint, hardened, cut & polished; formed from the build up of layers of enamel paint slag on skids on which cars were hand-painted, which have been baked numerous times.
The range of colours shown by fluorite is equaled by few other gemstones. It may occur in beautiful cubic crystals or as a massive crystalline variety displaying banded or radiating patterns. Although the stone is somewhat soft for use as a normal.