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Just Off the Wheels: Carl F.T. Harris

By Erin Dana Balzrette Carl F.T. Harris shows impeccable taste in materials with his Wingate Pass Plume Agate! Quick witted, and fearless about his crazy...
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Sharing a Passion for Rockhounding (Part 1)

By John Speck In a moment of sudden clarity, I came upon the solution that I had been seeking for several months. Isn’t that how...

Equipped to Create — Reentel Inc.

Editor's Note: Reentel is the featured advertiser of the first Tools of the Trade special section.  Since 1998, Reentel Inc. has been the premier...

Rockhounding Road Trip: The California Rock Garden

Editor's Note: This is the latest installment of the rockhounding travels of Thomas Farley, as he gathers materials for a book about rockhounding in...

Just Off the Wheels: Nick Flanagan

By Erin Dana Balzrette An astounding lapidary artist, dazzling all with his ability to get a mirror shine on any material, Nick Flanagan's work is...

Just Off the Wheels: Cyndi Wolke

By Erin Dana Balzrette Cyndi Wolke's exceptional lapidary skills and ability to find the beauty in every stone shines second only to her amazing warmth,...

Just Off the Wheels: Julie Poe

By Erin Dana Balzrette A fellow Texan and wonderful lapidary artist, Julie Poe's work is an eclectic mix of artistry. Using different textures, and unique...

What to Cut: Kokoweef Cave Onyx

By Russ Kaniuth Kokoweef Cave Onyx, also known as “cave popcorn”, is a stalactite found in the Kokoweef cavern in Southern California. It can be...

What to Cut: Sycamore Petrified Wood

By Russ Kaniuth Many types of petrified wood are used in lapidary work. Many are opalized and riddled with fractures, making them very difficult to...
Keegan Ranch Tube agate

What to Cut: Keegan Ranch Tube Agate

By Russ Kaniuth Keegan Ranch Tube Agate from Oregon is one of the most highly sought tube agates for lapidary work. The translucent chalcedony with...

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