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Bulk Tumbling Rough


Several Types of Tumbling Rough Available. Limited Quantities!



Bloodstone Rough Picture Jasper Rough Red Jasper Rough Sodalite Rough


Bloodstone tumbling rough
$19.95 For
Four Pounds


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Bloodstone Tumbling Rough



Bloodstone is the name given to a translucent to opaque jasper with a green color and spashes of red that resemble drops of blood. This variety of jasper has been popular for thousands of years. The ancient Greeks called it "heliotrope". It's popularity continues today.

The bloodstone for sale here ranges medium green to dark green in color and from 1/2" (12 mm) to 2" (50 mm) in diameter. Some pieces have a significant amount of yellow, pink and white varigation. The drops of blood range from small scattered specks to large dense blotches. Photographed wet to show full color.

Bloodstone is a hard, tough and durable chalcedonly. It tumbles best with other chalcedonly materials such as jasper and agate. We strongly recommend this material for beginners because it easily takes a nice polish.





Picture Jasper tumbling rough
$24.95 For
Five Pounds


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Picture Jasper Tumbling Rough - Wow!



Use a little imagination and you can see desert scenes in this rock! A beautiful cream and brown jasper that shapes well, accepts a good polish to yield some really scenic tumbles!

We always enjoy opening the barrel at the end of the polish step to see what types of scenes have developed! The tumbled stones remind us of trips to Utah or Arizona!

This Picture Jasper rough ranges in size from 1/2" to 2" in diameter. Perfect for your tumbler. Photographed wet to show full color.





Red jasper tumbling rough
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Red Jasper Tumbling Rough



A bright red jasper with occasional veins and pockets of translucent quartz. The dry rough looks dull and brownish but if you wet it or polish it you will be surprised by the bright red color and brilliant luster.

We highly recommend this rough to beginners because it makes successful tumbling easy. It might become your favorite tumbling material because the fantastic polish will make you look like a tumbling expert.

The rocks in this mix range in size from 1/4" to 2" in diameter. Photographed wet to show full color.





Sodalite tumbling rough
$14.95 For
Three Pounds


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Sodalite Tumbling Rough



Sodalite is a feldspathoid mineral that usualy occurs in a blue to violet blue color. Less often it can be white, gray, greenish or pink. Most specimens are blue with streaks, veins and layers of white or pink material.

The sodalite being sold here ranges from 1/2" (6 mm) to 2" (50 mm) in diameter. It is brilliant blue to very deep blue in color with abundant white to pink veins, layers and streaks. Photographed wet to show full color.

Sodalite is somewhat rare, found only in those igneous rocks that are rich in sodium. It has an appearance similar to lapis but the color is usually a darker blue and without the pyrite inclusions that are typical of lapis.

Sodalite has a hardness of about 5.5 to 6 - significantly softer than other commonly tumbled materials such as agate and jasper. If it is tumbled with agates and jaspers it will cut faster than those materials.
 
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