Yowah Koroit Nut Matrix Opal from Australia
If you’re interested in buying something from my Mineralia Mine, but are hesitant to buy online and live in the Philadelphia area, I can schedule a meeting with you to look at the minerals you’re interested in.
While the photos are true to real-life, it can be nice to see the mineral in person before buying. Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d like to schedule a meetup!
Boulder Opal from Australia
Temple U’s Geology Club is having their annual Rock and Mineral Sale in Tuttleman! Tomorrow is the last day! Catch them between 9-4. I spotted lots of Labradorite!
Their rock sale two years ago is how I first heard about the Geology Club and what heightened my love for minerals. So, this is dear to my heart. I was forever changed by walking to my elective Law class one morning two years ago. If you go to Temple you should consider joining, even if it is only to go to the American Museum of Natural History in New York in the Spring semester. I will be in the Guggenheim Hall of Minerals all day falling in love and having lust-attacks.
This piece is inspired by raw crystal growth and the powerful presence they have. By casting these crystals into everlasting wearable objects, I hope to capture their potent effect.
Casted in bronze and plated in 18k rose gold, this beautiful crystal cluster ring is a daring, rough, but refined touch to your ensemble.
Yesterday I met with Angela, the tantalizing owner of Concrete Polish, a jewelry&mineral shop in the Northern Liberties neighborhood of Philadelphia. I saw this tank and couldn’t resist.
Boys: this is a girls bathroom. I photoshopped the couches out. All ladies restrooms have couches in them.