Tag Archives: Eel River Stones

Stones For Sale

Due to lack of time to fill orders AND make daizas, my Stones For Sale page was removed. Well, it’s back! These stones are ready to ship with daizas made! Don’t forget that 8% tax and shipping cost is not … Continue reading

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“Petroglyph” Stone

This is the “Petroglyph Stone” I found with it’s new daiza. It is a red jasper natural flat bottom mountain stone with quartz inclusions that look like Native American petroglyphs. When I think of ‘Native Americans” I think of the … Continue reading

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NEW FACEBOOK GROUP!

Hey Friends! ┬áJust wanted to let everyone know that I have started a “Viewing Stone Appreciation” group on Facebook! Join up and share photos of your favorite stones and stone related things and comment on other enthusiasts stone photos. Here … Continue reading

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Collecting Site Photos

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Favorite Stone Stories

Over the years many stones have passed through my hands. Some were owned by clients and some were stones I found or bought/traded for. It still affects me greatly as to what people see in these stones, in fact, I … Continue reading

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2010 GSBF Show

The 2010 GSBF show in Santa Clara was a blast! It was my first time as a vendor at one and I was treated so kind by everyone there. I met other stone sellers and stand makers. It was great … Continue reading

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Stones and Daizas

The first two photos above are to show a standard walnut daiza for a cut stone. The size shown here is 10″ long and costs $80-$100. Prices may vary depending on how irregular the cut edge is. Prices for uncut … Continue reading

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