Click on the cart next to the price to purchase a rock slab via Paypal. If you don't want to use Paypal, email me at the address at the bottom of the page. All of your questions are answered there as well.If you've recently visited this page, be aware that your browser may have cached the images and although all browsers are supposed to catch new images and reload them, sometimes they don't. So hit the refresh button just in case to make sure you have the lastest pics.
All slabs will be sent Parcel Post mail or flat rate priority mail ($13.00), whichever is less unless you specify the shipping method. I wil bill shipping charges later through Paypal.
SOLD means just what it says. Please do not click on the Cart button if it says SOLD
All sizes are the longest dimension in inches. Click on the number or the pic to see the large photo.
|Slab 41||Oregon Sunset jasper, OR||5 1/4" piece, this is some special stuff. From the Priday jasper deposits, found in one seam, and dug out in the 80s. Nothing else looks like it.||
|Slab 42||Succor Creek picture jasper OR||5" piece, classic scene for this location.||
|Slab 43||Crazy Lace agate, Mexico||4 1/2" slab, from an old collection. Much better than the recent material.||YES|
|Slab 44||Turritella Agate, Wamsutter WY||4" piece, it's not really agate and the snails aren't really Turritella. The back is the top of the layer of snails and mud so it's as impressive as the front.||YES|
|Slab 45||Wood replacement jasper, unknown||3" thick slab, you can get another slab or two out of it. Petrified wood on the outside, jasper on the inside. So the wood has been replaced with jasper, but none of the wood structure remains.||SOLD|
|Slab 46||Owyhee Gem picture jasper, OR||3 1/4" chunk, this was mined before the 1970s from the original Owyhee jasper claim. You can get some small slabs from this.||YES|
|Slab 47||Snowflake obsidian, UT||5 1/4' piece, classic Snowflake.||SOLD|
|Slab 48||Plume agate, Unknown||3 1/4" slab, I want to call this Carey Plume given the collection it came from had some, but I can't be 100% sure. Looks spectacular backlit.||YES|
|Slab 49||Crazy Lace agate, Mexico||4 1/2" slab, from an old collection. Much better than the recent material.||YES|
|Slab 50||Eagle Rock Plume agate, Prineville OR||2" Classic black plumes from this famous mine. These look incredible when backlit, you can also make a nice cabochon from it. I've been there recently and there's nothing left unless you have a lot of dynamite!||SOLD|
|Slab 51||Unknown jasper||4" piece, I wish I knew what this is so I can get some more.||SOLD|
|Slab 52||Priday Moss agate, Richardson Ranch OR||2 1/4" piece, I made a beautiful cabochon from the other half. You can too ;)||SOLD|
|Slab 53||Morgan Hill Poppy jasper, CA||3" piece, no longer available to collecting. A few healed fractures, most has some.||YES|
|Slab 54||Unknown agate||
4" slab, cool stormy look.
|Slab 55||Brogan Bog Wood, OR||4" piece, exceedingly rare. This is wood replaced by agate while underwater or in a wet environment. You can see a little bit of the wood structure left.||YES|
|Slab 56||Crazy Lace agate, Mexico||4 1/2" slab, from an old collection. Much better than the recent material.||YES|
|Slab 57||Bear Creek petrified wood OR||4 1/2" piece, excellent grain and great color.||SOLD|
|Slab 58||Priday Plume agate, Richardson Ranch OR||1 3/4" slab, the famous Priday Plume "Flower Garden" agate.It's actually a thunderegg, from the old "Windmill bed" which sadly has been wiped out and closed. Great plumes in this one! You can also make a beautiful cabochon from this.||SOLD|
|Slab 59||Scott Canyon Wascoite, Rufus OR||4 1/2" piece. There are two types of Scott Canyon, the jasper-ey (that may be elsewhere on these pages), and the opal-ey, which is this.||YES|
|Slab 60||Petrified Wood||4 3/4", thick slab, I think its Saddle Mountain WA.||YES|
Type the email address above into your email program. The last character is the number one, not an I. Please note: My email address has changed as of Jan 2010 to evade the spammers. The old email address was inactivated soon thereafter so don't use it anymore as I will NOT get your email!
I accept electronic payments or credit cards via PayPal only! If you have a PayPal account, would like to set up an account, or would like to use their one-time transfer feature without signing up for an account, please feel free to try the shopping cart by clicking the cart button next to each item. I will bill S&H charges to your PayPal account once I have your order ready to ship. You MUST unblock cookies and popups for the PayPal site to work! If you don't want to use PayPal, please EMAIL ME at the address below.
You MUST have a valid email address to use PayPal!
I will ignore orders from invalid email addresses (yes this happens, believe it or not)! You DO NOT NEED A PAYPAL ACCOUNT to use PayPal! If you choose to pay via eCheck, I will wait for it to clear before starting on your order. (Yes, I have been ripped off this way. Apparently it's a common scam used on PayPal.)
Do not ever email anyone your credit card number! If someone asks you for it, they are attempting to steal it! If you email me your credit card number, it will likely be stolen since one of tens of thousands of bots will probably intercept any email that looks like it has a credit card number in it. I wouldn't know what to do with it anyway, that's what PayPal is for.