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Wildacres

Wildacres Retreat

By Helen Serras-Herman Wildacres Retreat is a center for cultural gatherings, a haven for learning and exchanging of ideas, touching the scenic background of the...
Student-produced cabochons

Sharing a Passion for Rockhounding (Part II)

By John Speck As I discussed in the first part of this series (published in the March 2019 issue) the process of transforming the idea...

Bench Tips: Getting the Best Pattern

By Bob Rush Over the years I have become almost obsessed with working obsidian. It is rather abundant and the varieties that are possible are...

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...
Mobile classroom

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...

Issue Highlights: May 2019

Below is a snapshot of some of the topics and interests you can expect to see in the pages of the May 2019 issue...

Rocks & Minerals Taking Center Stage: Part II

Editor's Note: The Rockhound Review is a space where guest contributors can weigh in on topics stirring within the rock, gem and mineral community...
8" CabKing

Fostering Creative Freedom With CabKing

By Antoinette Rahn CabKing® is one of the most well-known names in the lapidary and glasswork industries. It is also one of four product...

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...
Thunder egg from Richardson's

Collectors’ Corner: Chance Encounter of the Thunder Egg Kind

By Antoinette Rahn Sometimes all it takes is one moment, one look, one opportunity, or a single object to change the trajectory of a life. Birgitta...

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