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40 Different Tumbled Stones


A colorful collection of semi-precious gemstones from around the world!

40 stone collection
This collection includes forty tumble-polished semi-precious gemstones from numerous countries and five different continents. Each specimen is a brightly-polished example that is representative of that gemstone. Specimens range in size from 5/8 inch to 1 inch across. The collection that you will received will contain forty different stone varieties. For a list of the stones that you will receive, please see the list below.

Warning!
Polished stones can be a choking hazard for small children.

Only $39.99

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40 Tumbled Stones from Around the World


Stones Range: Approximately 5/8" to 1" (18-25 mm) Size Chart

Treasure Bags! These velour pouches are perfect for storing your stones or presenting them as gifts. Kids love keeping their treasure in a soft draw-string bag.
If you like gemstones, rocks, minerals, geography or beautiful natural objects then this is a collection for you!

We have hand-selected forty different tumble-polished semi-precious gemstones that together make a worldwide collection of color. Stones like these are sold in crystal shops for $2 and $3 each.

Your collection will be shipped in a zip-lock bag along with a card that contains the names of the stones, the countries where they were found and a URL where you can download and print a stone identification chart.

Apache Tear - Arizona
Apricot Agate - Botswana
Banded Amethyst - Namibia
Blue Beryl - Angola
Blue Lace Agate - Namibia
Blue Tiger Eye - South Africa
Botswana Agate - Botswana
Brecciated Jasper - South Africa
Carnelian Agate - Botswana
Chrysocolla in Quartz - Namibia
Citrine Quartz - Brazil
Clear Quartz - Madagascar
Gold Tiger Eye - South Africa
Green Aventurine - Zimbabwe
Green Moss Agate - India
Hematite - Brazil
Kambamba Jasper - Madagascar
Leopard Skin - Mexico
Olive Opal - Kenya
Orange Quartz - India
Picasso Stone - U.S.
Picture Jasper - Namibia
Pink Aventurine - Canada
Pink Botswana - Botswana
Pink Opal - Peru
Red Jasper - South Africa
Red Tiger Eye - South Africa
Rhodonite - Madagascar
Rose Quartz - Namibia
Snowflake Obsidian - U.S.
Sodalite - Various Countries
Sunstone - India
Turritella Agate - U.S.
Unakite - South Africa
White Moonstone - India
White Quartz - South Africa
Yellow Jasper - South Africa
Yellow Quartz - India
Zebra Marble - U.S.
Zoisite - Tanzania


Note: Citrine may be Amethyst that has been heated. Red Tiger Eye may be Gold Tiger Eye that has been heated.

Note: We regret that we are unable to customize the collections or make substitutions.

This is a great collection for anyone who collects or has an interest in gemstones, rocks, minerals, geography or art. Display them on a shelf in a glass jar, on a table in a wooden bowl, mounted in a frame or scattered on a placemat. You will be surprised at how many people notice them and want to know more about them. Many people use them to make colorful jewelry items.

A fun collection for students, adults, or anyone who likes colorful gems.

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Brad Cole Bradley Cole: Bradley is the manager of RockTumbler.com and has authored much of the content on this website. He also does customer support, photography, maintains the website, and consults with customers about rock tumbler repair and maintenance.
Hobart King Hobart M. King: Hobart is the owner of RockTumbler.com and has authored much of the content on this website. He has a PhD in geology and is a GIA graduate gemologist. He also writes most of the content for Geology.com.