Gemstone Spheres made from Agate,
Jasper, Marble and other Gemstones

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SP400b  This is a very nice Blue Goldstone sphere. This unique Sphere measures nearly 2" in diameter and  has a good polish. It has great deep Royal Blue color and fabulous "sparkle" in direct bright light which the camera was not able to capture. A nice addition to any collection.

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Goldstone is a type of man-made glass with Copper or Copper salts made by a reducing flame.  The most common form of Goldstone give the illusion of being a reddish-brown, although in fact the color comes from the Copper crystals and the glass itself is colorless.  Other variants have an intensely color matrix usually blue or violet, and more rare, green.

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Blue Goldstone Sphere

$200.00

SP401c  Here is a very nice Ocean Jasper sphere from Madagascar.  This sphere is White, Green, Yellow and Pink with amazing small crystal cavities.  It is a very pretty sphere with a good polish and lots of neat color.  It measures 4" in diameter and has a lovely design.  A great addition to any collection!

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This material is a new find from Madagascar. The deposit formed as a rhyolite flow but has been completely silicified. The Rhyolitic eyes or orbs come in an astonishing array of colors and color combinations. The back ground can be white, pink, green, red, or yellow. Botryoidal formations as well as white and deep green druzy are also common. This deposit has been discovered at the edge of the ocean. It can only be seen and collected at low tide. The area has no road so the material must be transported to civilization by boat.  This material is fast becoming a rarity in the Jasper ocean fields, so get one while it is still available.

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Ocean Jasper Sphere

$35.00

SP402b   This is a very pretty, beautifully colored Poly-Chrome Jasper sphere with a very interesting pattern.  It measures 2 1/4" in diameter with a nice polish.  This nice sphere is from Madagascar.

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Jasper, also known as spotted stone, is an opaque, impure variety of Quartz that is usually red, yellow or brown in color.  The mineral breaks with a smooth surface and is used for ornamentation or as a gemstone.  It can be highly polished and is used for vases, seals, and other decorative items. 

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Poly Chrome Jasper Sphere

$24.00

SP403b  Here's a new find, a lovely Green Aventurine sphere from India. This beautiful sphere has a great polish an deep Emerald Green color contrasted with lighter and darker Green accents! It measures 2 1/8" and is a truly wonderful find!

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Aventurine is a form of Quartz that is characterized by its translucent and mineral inclusions that give it a shimmering or glistening effect called "aventurescence".  The most common color is green but it may also be orange, brown, yellow, blue or grey.

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Aventurine Sphere

$24.00 SP404c  Here's a new item, a very pretty Bubble Free Glass Crystal sphere. This pretty Orange one measures 3" and has a nice polish. Grab this one quick!

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Glass is a hard brittle substance, typically transparent or translucent, made by fusing sand with soda, lime and sometimes other ingredients and cooling rapidly. Libyan desert glass or great sand sea glass is a substance found in areas in the Libyan Desert. Fragments of desert glass can be found over large areas, up to tens of kilometers. The Libyan desert glass has been dated as having formed about 26 million years ago. It was knapped and used to make tools during the Pleistocene. Today's glass is used to make windows, drinking containers and many other articles.

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Bubble Free Glass Crystal Sphere

$24.00

SP405c  Here's a new item, a very pretty Bubble Free Glass Crystal sphere. This pretty Light Blue one measures 3" and has a nice polish. Grab this one quick!

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Glass is a hard brittle substance, typically transparent or translucent, made by fusing sand with soda, lime and sometimes other ingredients and cooling rapidly. Libyan desert glass or great sand sea glass is a substance found in areas in the Libyan Desert. Fragments of desert glass can be found over large areas, up to tens of kilometers. The Libyan desert glass has been dated as having formed about 26 million years ago. It was knapped and used to make tools during the Pleistocene. Today's glass is used to make windows, drinking containers and many other articles.

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Bubble Free Glass Crystal  Sphere

$200.00

SP406c This is a gorgeous Agate sphere from Brazil. This sphere measures over 3 1/4" with a good polish. This sphere has a larger  beautiful natural cavity. It has nice banding in a very pretty design. This sphere is very beautiful and would complete any collection.

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Agates mostly occur as nodules in volcanic rocks or waters containing Silica in solution which is possibly derived from the decomposition of Silicates in the lava.  The Siliceous matter is deposited in regular layers resulting in the banded or striped formation.  It is very unlikely that you would ever find an exact duplicate of any type of Agate, Fairburn or other.

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Agate Sphere

$125.00

SP407c  Here's an amazing Seraphenite sphere from Russia. The incredible sphere has Green color with awesome splashes of White. This unique sphere measures over 2 1/4" with a good polish. A great and rare stone!

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Seraphenite is a rare, dark green mineral from eastern Siberia in Russia.  It has a unique fibrous spreading pattern with a surface that demonstrates an approximation of opalization.  It is also known as Clinochore which is a chlorite Mica. 

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Seraphenite Sphere

$20.00

SP408c This is an above average quality,  Coral sphere with a nice polish and good color.  It measures nearly 2" in diameter and has lots of Coral sections and pieces. Very nice.

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Coral is built by secreting calcium carbonate skeletons. Hard coral is fossilized over millions of years.  It can be almost any color.  The stony Corals are often found in Coral reefs, large structures generally found in tropical waters.  Reefs are extremely diverse consisting of over 4,000 species of fish, cnidarians, mollusks, crustaceans, and other animals.

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Coral  Sphere

$30.00

SP410b   Here is a gorgeous Blue Calcite Sphere.  This sphere has a pretty icy blue color with lighter toned accents. The sphere measures 2 7/8" in diameter with a nice polish.  An excellent addition to any sphere or rock collection.

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Calcite is a Carbonate mineral that is most widely distributed on the Earth's surface.  It is a common constituent of sedimentary rocks with Limestone in particular.  A Calcite formation can take on many different shapes and sizes which is dependent on the location, ground water occurrence and temperature.  Calcite is usually white or colorless but can be gray, red, yellow, green, blue, violet, brown or black.  The deeper the color is usually indicative of the definitive impurities from the earth or water.

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Blue Calcite Sphere

$170.00

SP411c  Here's a greart find, an Agate Geode sphere from Brazil!  The sphere has a gorgeous crystal center and amazing  banding and design.  It measures approximately 3 1/2" in diameter  and has a good polish. Take note of the center cavity that  nearly goes clear trough. This would make an amazing addition to your collection.  Grab it quick before it is gone.

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Agates mostly occur as nodules in volcanic rocks or waters containing Silica in solution which is possibly derived from the decomposition of Silicates in the lava.  The Siliceous matter is deposited in regular layers resulting in the banded or striped formation.  It is very unlikely that you would ever find an exact duplicate of any type of Agate, Fairburn or other.

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Agate Sphere

$45.00

SP414b  This is a nice sphere made from Septarian nodule. It measures nearly 3" in diameter.  It has a good amount of beautiful Gold Calcite with plenty of dark Brown Aragonite detail in a very different design. It also has a small natural and unpolished cavity. This cool sphere would be a great addition to any sphere or Septarian collection.  This material is from Madagascar.

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Septarian, also know as a type of Concretion, is a volume of sedimentary rock in which a mineral cement fills the porosity.  Concretions are often ovoid or spherical in shape.  They form within layers of sedimentary strata that has already been deposited.  It is composed of a Carbonate mineral such as Calcite, a Silica such as Chert, Flint or Jasper or an Iron Oxide such as Goethite or Hematite.  It is commonly found in Shale, Siltstones and Sandstones.

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Septarian Sphere

$65.00

SP415b  Here's a very nice Agate sphere from Madagascar. This fantastic sphere is 2 1/2" in diameter and has a great polish. It has beautiful color and fabulous design! Grab this one quick!

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Agates mostly occur as nodules in volcanic rocks or waters containing Silica in solution which is possibly derived from the decomposition of Silicates in the lava.  The Siliceous matter is deposited in regular layers resulting in the banded or striped formation.  It is very unlikely that you would ever find an exact duplicate of any type of Agate, Fairburn or other.

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Agate Sphere

$80.00

SP427c  This is a very unique sphere made from Mahogany Obsidian.  It measures 4 3/8" in diameter and has a nice polish.  The sphere has deep red to almost brown color and is darker than in the picture with a neat black spotted design. A truly wonderful find.

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Obsidian is a type of naturally-occurring glass formed as an extrusive igneous rock.  It is produced when felsic lava erupted from a volcano, cools rapidly through the glass transition temperature and freezes without sufficient time for Crystal growth.  Because of the lack of Crystal structure, Obsidian blade edges can reach almost molecular thinness, leading to its ancient use of projectile points (arrow heads), and its modern use as surgical scalpel blades.

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Mahogany Obsidian Sphere

$110.00 SP428c This is an amazing Smokey Quartz sphere. This beautiful sphere has fabulous inclusions and cool Smokey color! It has a good polish and measures over  2 1/2". Grab this one quick!

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Quartz is the second most common mineral in the Earth's continental crust.  It is mainly composed of Silica or Silica based minerals.  Although Quartz is known by a variety of names, the most important distinction between types of Quartz is that of macro-crystalline, individual crystals visible to the unaided eye, and micro-crystalline, where aggregates of crystals are only visible under high magnification.  There are many forms of Quartz including Chalcedony, Amethyst, Citrine, and Carnelian which are results of mineral impurities or heat treatments. 

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Smokey Quartz Sphere

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