Lemon Diopside. Prince Of Wales Island
We, of Stone Arts of Alaska, are constantly prospecting for lapidary stone. We promote each uncooked stone and merchandise made from the stone we find. First the stone, then the merchandise.
Stone Arts of Alaska is the primary supply of all of the lapidary stone we sell. Most often, the places are recognized only to us. Fairer to both vendor and purchaser, we only promote this material by the slab. $A hundred.00 minimal order.
Coronation Marble. Coronation Island. A very unusual orange color. $25 slab.
Alligator Stone. Crinoid Fossils in Dark Limestone. New 2006. A buy stone island online really whimsical stone. The crinoids seem like faces or other objects of the imagination. $30
Snow Flake Fossil Coral. Appears to be like like snow flake obsibian. White circles in black matrix. $30.
Eudialyte. Prince of Wales Island. Has many displays – typically in white feldspar, generally with black amphibole minerals, from sizzling pink to blood purple. $10 to $one hundred.
Green Quartz. Admiralty Island. Resulting from fractures, only small cabs potential.
Hexagonaria Fossil Coral. aka “honeycomb” fossil coral. Prince of Wales Island. Distinctive patterning. Good for big cabs – for belt buckles, bolas, knife handles. Most grey with black patterning, some uncommon white with black patterning. $25 to $100.
Malachite. Prince of Wales Island, Brown matrix. May have hardening. Not out there.
Azurite. Prince of Wales Island. Normally in a brown matrix. Typically accompanied by chrysocolla or malachite. Now not accessible.
Chrysocolla. Prince of Wales Island. Typically with malachite. Gentle stone – must be impregnated with a hardener. Now not accessible.
Orange Calcite. Prince of Wales Island. Vivid orange in a black matrix. No longer out there.
Piemontite. New 2006. Prince of Wales Island. Purple with white streaking. Uncommon mineral – manganese epidote. $30.
Prince of Wales Polka-Dot. New 2006. Little balls of hemitite in white matrix. Nice new stone. $25
Purple Jasper. Kupreanof Island. Vivid purple. Normally accompanied by other colours, often inexperienced and yellow. $25.
Agate. Kupreanof Island. Bluish-grey banding. Not out there.
Blue Jasper. Conclusion Island. Very onerous. Takes sensible shine. Now not accessible.
Rhodonite. Prince of Wales. Vivid pink, with black manganese dendrites. Now not out there. $25.
“Stingray” Fossil Coral. aka “snakeskin” fossil coral, aka caviar fossil coral. Kasaan Island. Small patterned fossil coral, the very best with excessive black-white contrast. $10 – $75
Lemon Diopside. Prince of Wales Island. shade near chartreuse. Now not available.
Aphrodite Marble. This marble may be effectively used in jewellery due to its combine or colours: reds, pinks, greens, yellows, golds, and creams.
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We make and promote free-kind cabochons out of the stones we find.
Now we have the next made for us: pendants, belt buckles, spheres, and knives with stone handles. Word: just one sphere is proven. We now have many.
collection of Pendants
Massive collection of pendants
Belt Buckles — Fossil Coral
Belt Buckle — Fossil Coral
Belt Buckles — Aphrodite Marble and Piedmontitie
Braclet — Fossil Coral
Pendant — Fossil Coral
Ring — Stingray Fossil Coral
Pink Path Originals
Pendant and Ear Rings
Reflections in Stone
Pendant and Ear Ring Stones
Interior Mild Marble
Stone Arts of Alaska
Stone Quilt Design
Sphere — Jupiter Marble
see note beneath
Sheath Knife on Stand
Knife –Fossil Coral — Sheath
by Boyd Porter
Knife Handles — Fillet
Knife — Fossi Coral — Folding
Buck 110 with changed Grips
Word: Many Spheres and Eggs have been made with our stone. Regrettably, we have now solely the photograph of the Jupiter marble sphere above.