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1lb Mixed Rough Rock for Lapidary & Tumbling

1lb Mixed Rough Rock for Lapidary & Tumbling

Regular price $1.00 USD
Regular price $5.00 USD Sale price $1.00 USD
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A huge mix of bulk rock perfect for lapidary projects, cabbing and rock tumbling! This rock comes from an old rockshop in Utah that went out of business. SOLD PER POUND! Does not come crushed. Bulk rock deal does not qualify for FREE SHIPPING. 

So far we have found: 

  • Common Opal
  • Bacon Opal
  • Quartz 
  • Amethyst 
  • Agates 
  • Jaspers 
  • Wonderstone 
  • Picasso Marble
  • Coprolite
  • Petrified Wood 
  • Indian Blanket Jasper 
  • and so much more! 

Mixed bulk rock is boxed randomly and we do our best to make sure there is an assortment in each order. Bulk rock deal does not qualify for FREE SHIPPING. 


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