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    We specialize in Beads, Rocks, Minerals, Fossils, Gold Pans, and so much more! Available at MamasMinerals.

  • How to Find Meteorites, Gold Other Precious

    If you enjoy geology and love to see vivid photos of unique rocks and precious minerals, the hobby of unearthing these majestic items may be very rewarding to you.

  • Gem identification and testing equipment from

    Gem Identification Tools and Equipment: There is nothing more important to a gemologist that his or her gemological testing equipment. For some this may mean a lot of

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  • Lapidary, Gemstones, Jewelry Dealers – THE

    Inland’s lapidary equipment, tools, and supplies are available to lapidary hobbyists and rockhounds all over the world. Our line of lapidary equipment includes

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  • Gemstone Mining in the United States – Geology

    Home » Gemstones » Gemstone Mining in the United States. Gemstone Mining in the United States A wide variety of gemstones are found throughout the United States

  • Can You Hunt for Diamonds Gemstones with a

    Use your gold prospecting metal detector to help lead you to the discovery of buried diamonds and gemstones.

  • North Carolina Gemstones: ruby, sapphire,

    North Carolina Garnet. Garnet has been found at many locations in North Carolina. It occurs in many garnetiferous schists, from which it is liberated by weathering.

  • Minerals And Rocks, Jewelry Repair – Gary’s Gem

    Pictures and information representing the minerals and rocks that we carry. Our hours and days closed. Plus events and sales, our jewelry repair in Cherry Hill

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  • Stone cold – the 11 most dangerous minerals –

    Mining Technology News, views and contacts from the global Mining industry Hydroxyapatite is a phosphate minerales which, if inhaled, could lead to heart

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  • Digging for Diamonds – Crater of Diamonds State

    Digging for Diamonds. Where can diamonds be found? The answer might surprise you. Arkansas’s Crater of Diamonds State Park is the only diamond-producing site in the