“The small village of Lincoln, Oregon, is where this specimen of Lincoln Agate was found. It was originally acquired in 1965, but not by me, and it boasts a fascinating dendritic pattern around its outer edge. It measures about four inches across and is one inch thick, and I used carving techniques to reveal the best pattern.” – Bob Rush
Every issue of Rock & Gem concludes the same way, with the Parting Shot which boasts a beautiful rock, gem, mineral, fossil specimen, and on occasion, a cabochon. Pictured here is the Parting Shot for the March 2019 issue of Rock & Gem. Click here to subscribe.