|We're back from Tucson with all kinds of great crystals, minerals, spheres and eggs!
This was a great trip and I picked up some super nice minerals. We finally have the shelves stocked with new items.
We have malachite, chrysocolla, and even a combination of both in spheres and eggs and free-form carvings of all
sizes. We re-stocked on some great moldavite and Larimar, and picked up some Shungite for the first time.
Another first is Galena crystals coated with sparkling cerussite druse with bladed barite. Some specimens have
larger cerussite crystals in addition to the druse. Immediately Below is a photo of just some of the moldavite that I
have for sale. Bottom of page shows new items: Torbernite and Meta-Autunite from Spruce Pine!
|Georgia Rock Shop - The Mineral Gallery
Updated April 05, 2019 @ 12:15 P.M. Eastern
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|Everything shown here on the pages are things that I have for sale, either
stocked on the shelves or waiting for an empty space for me to set it in. I have
almost everything out on the shelves. I didn't have room to set out all of the
cactus quartz but I do have a good bit out and will immediately replace any
that sell. Aside from the spirit quartz and the cerussite and pyrite, I have
everything out ready to become yours!
|Rock shop : Rocks, Crystals, Gem and Minerals
for sale in the Mineral Gallery @ the Peachtree
155 Mill Road Mcdonough, Ga This is under the
big flag, I-75 exit 221 Adjacent to Peachtree
Peddler Flea Market
Hours of Operation for 2019:
Open Mon 11am-6pm Tue 11am-6pm
Open Thur & Friday 11am-6pm
Saturday open 9am-6pm
Sunday open 10am-6pm
Map to the Peachtree Antique Center at right
|We have a lots of malachite,
chrysocolla, and the combination
called "malacolla" in both eggs,
spheres and free-form carvings.
The size and prices are from small and
affordable to large and expensive.
|I was able to get quite a few
great LARIMAR pendant stones.
They are pre-drilled so that you
can thread a chain or wire or
string through them. Some of
these have green color in
addition to the usual blue color.
The Larimar is from the
|The photo below shows LARIMAR on a
scale. I bought everything shown on
the scale but all of them are not on the
|The malachite is from The Congo and
the chrysocolla is from Peru.
|I also got some really nice pyrite crystals from Peru. These are
the atypically shaped "Octahedrons" and have triangular faces
and pyramidal shapes instead of the much more prevalent
cubes normally seen.
|This year there was some exceptional material from Morocco. There
was some really nice specimens that had complex galena crystals with a
coating of druze cerussite that sparkles like crazy. These also had
bladed barites that ranged from white to cream to orange and some
were a nice PEACH color! The photos doesn't show the sparkle of the
druse. Some had larger cerussite crystals. I also got some single
cerussite crystals also. I bought a couple of flats of the cerussite.
|There was also some superb hematite
crystals in botryoidal form. I bought a
dozen nice examples of these.
|I also got some spectacular native wire silver from
Morocco. I may not have these on display at the
store so contact me if you're interested in getting a
|Madagascar was well represented at the
show and I brought back labradorite in
hearts (some huge!), and smokey quartz
palm stones and apatite palm stones.
I brought back a couple of nice celestite
|I also brought back a good bit of blue calcite from Durango, Mexico. Some
pieces were fairly large as shown below. I only brought back one really large
one and I expect it to sell quickly.
|I brought back a few fluorite spheres as well as obelisks.
|This was a good year for amethyst spirit cactus quartz and I brought back
about 50 crystal specimens. Note the "Peacock Ore" or chalcopyrite from
Mexico which is also new this year.
|I hope that you've enjoyed looking at all of the photos of the new
mineral specimens, crystals and spheres.
I add new stock to The Mineral Gallery every week so be sure to
come check us out in McDonough!
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|We have re-stocked the large pieces of fluorite
crystals since this photo (above) was taken. The bin is
full as of March 04, 2019. Since these are priced very
low they do sell fast!
|New items: Torbernite and Meta-autunite from Spruce Pine, North
Carolina. Immediate lower right shows enlarged view of torbernite crystal.