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Picasso Jasper, 51mm/2"

A satin smooth finish and canal like lines on every surface are the main features of this piece. Jasper is probably one of the earliest stones to be collected and used as ornaments by early man and is still treasured today.

Planet Percival #1711......................$105

Blue Denim Sodalite, 50mm/1.98"

Multiple shades of blue with splashes of white on the bottom half are inviting as an old pair of jeans and just as comfortable in any vehicle you wish to put it. This gemstone is usually found with a mixed matrix of blue colors.

Planet Storm #1583..........................$155

Pietersite, 56mm/2.22"

Commonly called "Tempest Stone", it was recently discovered in 1962 in South Africa. This knob is deep wine and white but is also found in mixes of red, blue, gold, white. A second source has been discovered in China in 1993.

Planet Mongo #1573.........................$149

Petrified Wood, 55mm/2.17"

This particular piece of 225 million year old wood comes from Madagascar. I will match Mother Nature and offer a 225 million year warranty on it. This knob has a glass smooth, exceptional polish and is also my favorite size.

Planet Timber #1569........................$209

Green Adventurine, 50mm/1.97"

Often mistaken for jade because of the color and great finish, this gemstone is chemically different but equal in beauty. It can be found in a few other colors and all of them seem to have an inner glow. A great, flawless finish.

Planet Krypton..................................$115

 

 

Carrara Marble, 60mm/2.38"

From the famous quarries in Italy near the town of Carrara, this marble was used as raw material in the architecture and statues of ancient Rome. This large shift knob has soft glow and a satin finish tipical of marble.

Planet Julius #1518..........................$119

Banded Peach Jasper, 50mm/1.97"

Jasper usually shows signs of stresses caused by the movement of the matrix over time. This particular gemstone lay undisturbed exactly as it was originally formed in layers until it was found, cut and polished into a shift knob.

Planet Jupiter #1511.......................$159

Green "New" Turquoise, 52mm/2.05"

Please note that this particular knob is not natural turquoise. It is composed of powered turquoise combined with other resins, binders and dyes. As a rule, my gemstones are all natural so this one knob is an exception.

#1522.................................................$125

Black Moonstone, 49mm/1.95"

This deep colored gemstone comes from India. It has flashes of green that change constantly with the play of light. This knob is at the small end of the range of sizes. It would be great in tighter quarters or for a smaller hand.

Planet Underverse #1540................$155

Phantom Agate, 52mm/2.05"

This green gemstone was mined in Brazil and has a great smooth polish. Agates like this grow layer by layer over hundreds of thousands of years and each layer shifts and changes color as new trace minerals are introduced.

Planet Krypton #1600.......................$185

Picasso Jasper, 50mm/1.95"

One of the earliest gemstones used for ornamentation by early cultures, jasper was probably first discovered in stream beds where the tumbling action of water and the wet shine encouraged further shaping and polishing by man.

Hades Moon #1546..........................$175

 

 

Pietersite, 54mm/2.15"

A swirling blend of graphite, brown and ocher tones with flecks of white, this shift knob can make a strong statement in a neutral setting or fit right in with wood accents. This knob has a semi-satin finish and a great feel in the hand.

Planet Geonosis #1625....................$175

Hematite, 60mm/2.36"

This knob has a rich black color with subtle veins of metallic marbling, just enough to signify that it's natural and not a chunk of plastic. It's a larger size that fills the hand as noted and has a lot of heft.

Planet Nemesis #1626.....................$190

Coral Fossil, 53mm/2.09"

Multi tones of mushroom with large sploches of translucent areas give this unusual gemstone an exotic feel. Most of the finish is satin but each darker "lake" has a wet shine like an oasis in a desert. It will fit in any setting.

Planet Altair #1627..........................$169

 

 

Surpentine Gemstone, 59mm/2.34"

Green is the usual color of this gemstone but other colors are also found. Note the size listed because this is a quite large shift knob and really fills the hand. Found in scattered places all around the world, this came from Peru.

Planet Romulus #1620......................$199

Golden Quartz, 55mm/2.19"

Crystals of a warm yellow that are both cloudy and translucent at the same time places this shift knob equal with other gemstones with more exotic sounding names. I cut in the mount at a slight tilt to the grain to best show the crystals.

Planet Venus #1579..........................$125

Ocean Jasper, 50mm/1.96"

The meaning of Jasper is "speckled stone" and this one fits the description perfectly. The classic size, glass like finish, perfect surface and great price, makes this one a winner. It's a genuine gemstone at the cost of a plastic one.

Planet Solaris #1537...........................$65

 

 

Snake Skin Aragonite, 53mm/2.10"

Caramel and brown with cream in a stacked pattern create an unusual look to this gemstone shift knob. It was formed over ages of time in the hot mineral springs of the west.

Planet Anaconda #1520...................$149

Dragon Skin Septarian Stone.................. 65mm/2.57", Mega Jumbo Size

As ancient sea bed mud dried it shrank and cracked to form voids inside which were gradually filled solid with bands of brown aragonite and lighter calsite. For a buyer that wants BIG, this is it.

Planet St. George #1505..................$150

   

Rainbow Moonstone, 55mm/2.17"

Here's a contrasting mix of light and dark and when the light is just at the right angle, it displays flashes of blue iridescence. This gemstone comes all the way from India to enhance your shifting pleasure.

Planet Glacier #1541.......................$219

   
   
   
   

Striped Jasper, 51mm/2.02"

Fine ash from multiple eruptions over time layed down various colored layers which formed the stripes and bands of this piece. This one has a smooth and super flawless finish.

Titan, Moon of Saturn #1535.............$80

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