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We are located in the Essex Studios building in Cincinnati between Clifton and Walnut Hills areas.
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GeoRarities.com | Dealers of Fine Minerals, Meteorites, Stone Sculptures, Paintings, Art, Fossils, Oversized Rare Boulders, Healing & Therapy StonesSALE + FREE SHIPPING in USA on all items – Buy via major credit card through PayPal or use PayPal’s “PayLater” credit feature for items selling for more than $99. PayPal has just announced their new “Pay in 4” credit program as well. We also accept Or Bitcoin through our secure payment processor CoinBase.
Welcome to GeoRarities.comGeoRarities.com is OPEN 24 hours a day for you to make online purchases! We will ship your purchases with limited contact!
We search the world for the best and most interesting rare and fine minerals, meteorites, fossils, healing & therapy & metaphysical stones and rocks, as well as Stone Sculptures, oversize rare boulders, paintings, multimedia and art!
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Thank you! to customers and collectors from Cincinnati, Dayton, Hamilton, Middletown, Columbus, Toledo and Cleveland, Ohio We also have customers from Covington, Erlanger, Florence, Newport, Lexington, Frankfort and Lousiville in Kentucky; Indianapolis, Fort Wayne, Evansville, South Bend, Carmel, Brookville and Batesville in Indiana; Chicago, Illinois; Detroit, Michigan; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and Huntington and Charleston, West Virginia, Los Angeles, New York, Philadelphia, Houston, St. Louis, Atlanta, Austin and Dallas, Seattle, Portland and San Francisco.
Examples of the Fine Minerals, Rocks and Crystals we Sell
- Brazilian Agate
- Lake Superior Agate
- Kentucky Agate
- Blue Lace Agate
- Amethyst Cathedrals Crystals Specimens and Gemstones
- Art Pieces
- Chrysacolla Sculptures
- Natural Uncut Diamonds
- Elemental Creedite
- Panjshir and other Emeralds
- Healing Therapy and Metaphysical Stones and Healing Wands
- Siberian Nephrite Russian Jade
- Wyoming Nephrite Jade
- Jade Sculptures
- Biggs Jasper
- Blue Biggs Jasper
- Picture Jasper
- Polychromatic Jasper
- Lapidary Slabs and Slices
- Lapis Lazuli
- Australian Opal
- Ethiopian Opal
- Spencer Idaho Opal
- Mexican Fire Opal
- Petrified Wood
- Arizona Rainbow Petrified Wood
- Indonesian Petrified Wood
- Quartz Crystals
- Quartz Plates
- Alligator Quartz
- Rose Quartz
- Rutilated Quartz
- Skeletal Quartz
- Ruby in Zoisite
- Stone Sculptures
- Tiger Iron
- Tigers Eye
Monumental Sculptures of Jade, Chrysocolla with Turquoise veins, Petrified Wood, Rainbow Calcite, JasperWe select spectacular Siberian Russian Jade, Chrysocolla, petrified wood stumps, boulders, chunks and slice specimens. We cut and grind them to our designed form, then polish the pieces. They usually end up on custom designed and built stands for ideal display. Our sculptures run large to monumental and can be used as display art and focal points in a room, garden, hardscape, landscape, to a public display location.Visit our other website to see monumental stone sculptures: https://modernstonesculpture.com/
Tell me about Arizona Rainbow & Indonesian Petrified Wood FossilsPetrified wood comes from ancient fallen trees that over thousands of years has been converted to stone cell by cell. Petrified wood comes in many colors. Here is a list of elements and related color hues appearing in petrified wood:
- carbon – black
- cobalt – green/blue
- chromium – green/blue
- copper – green/blue
- hematite – red/pink
- iron oxides – red, brown, & yellow
- manganese – pink/orange
- manganese oxides – blackish/yellow
- silica – clear/white
Our Indonesian petrified wood stump end, side and coffee tables, stools, pedestals and display slabs and slices come from Java Island, Indonesia. The petrified wood on Java Island is about 20 – 25 million years old. This product polishes up but has less quartz in it than the Arizona petrified wood. It’s less variable in color and its polish is less brilliant than Arizona petrified wood.