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These are some of the gemstones I have in my inventory.

I have others that are ready to go also, plus many more pieces in the works.

Picasso Jasper, 50mm/1.97"

Ancient art meets modern art. There is an interesting mix of contrasting colors with bold strokes of Mother Nature's paint brush in this piece. It's fine art no matter how you classify it and you don't have to be a rich collector to own it.

"The Canals Of Mars" #1638..........$126

Petrified Wood, 58mm/2.31"

Trees were already giants of the Earth when the first dinosaurs saw the light of day. It's quite common that plant and tree fossils to be far older. This piece is possibly a type of palm but a very fine grained and dense variety. Jumbo size.

Planet Oasis #1644.........................$105

Carnelian Agate, 52mm/2.05"

This has a translucency that gives it an Opel-like glow. It's a secondary product of volcanic rock that has gas cavities. In the cooling process, silica acids fill the voids and traces of iron compounds cause the random, red coloration.

Planet Fire And Ice..........................$180

India Agate, 50.5mm/1.98"

The most colorful agates are found in India. This lovely piece is a stormy teal color and is a great example of the type. Smaller chips are often used in earrings, pendants and ring settings but the impact is multiplied by this size.

Planet Tamil Nadu #1632...............$145

Green Adventurine, 50mm/1.96"

Often mistaken for jade because of the color and buttery finish, this gemstone is different but equal to jade in beauty. It can be found in a few other colors, all of which exhibit a similar inner glow and fine grain.

Planet Krypton #1648.....................$115

Tabasco Jasper, 56mm/2.20"

The name of the sauce best describes this rich, kiss of heat color. Like the chef says, "Kick it up a notch" for your somber interior because a little spice is never a bad thing. Added together, a great size, great color, at a great price.

Planet Gumbo #1697.......................$133

Carrara Marble, 60mm/2.38"

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

Planet Julius #1514........................$119

Volcanic Lava, 49.9mm/1.96"

Straight from Mother Nature's forge to your floor shift lever, this is one, "cool" shift knob. It's covered with the tiny pits made by myriad gaseous bubbles which cause it to have a subtle texture and organic feel in your hand.

Dwarf Planet Ceres...........................$97

Aquamarine, 56mm/2.21"

This is a very striking stone of the beryl family, which also includes Morganite, Emerald, Yellow Beryl, Heliodor, Bixbite and Goshenite. Definitely a "20 Footer" because everyone who can see it from that far knows it's not a lump of plastic.

Planet Waterworld #1200...............$255

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 use it. This gemstone is usually found with a mixed matrix of blue colors.

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

Hematite/Magnatite, 55mm/2,15"

A striking feature of this shift knob is the subtle sheen that give it a warm glow. The matallic mineral matrix makes it a hefty, little cannonball at 13 ounces or 370 grams. Up close, the lacy detail of the matrix is apparent .

Planet Underverse #1590...............$140

Picasso Jasper, 50mm/1.95"

One of the earliest stones used by early cultures for ornamentation, Jasper was probably picked up from shores and stream beds where the tumbling action and the wet shine encouraged further shaping and polishing.

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

Petrified Wood/Dinosaur Bone, 2.16"

Here are two fossils combined into one orb to create an exclusive, unique shift knob. You can plainly see the agatized fossil wood grain and the cell structure of the bone fossil inlayed on top. Great age combined with great beauty.

Two Giants #22...............................$225

Picasso Jasper, 51mm/2"

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

Planet Percival #1711...................SOLD

Crazy Lace Agate, 57mm/2.25"

Here we have a blend of translucent white and semi-opaque white with a few bird's eyes to give it some interest. The 3-dimensional depths below the surface draw your eyes deeper into the mysteries of the interior.

Planet Neptune #1691....................$185

Coffee Opal, 49.5mm/1.95"

This dark brown universe swarms with a multitude of Opal galaxies. What a way to take your driving experience up a bunch of notches. It truely would be a fantastic centerpiece for your vehicle interior, like the cherry on a cupcake.

Laniakea Supercluster...................$175

Nickel/Iron Meteorite, 50.1mm/1.98"

The crosshatch Widmanstatten pattern is your assurance of a genuine iron meteorite. This can only be formed in 0 gravity as the molten iron cools over millions of years in total vacuum. The pattern can't be reproduced on earth.

Planet Core #A7...........4 Figure Offers?

Surpentine Gemstone, 59mm/2.34"

Green is the most common color of this gemstone but other colors can also be found. Note the size listed because this is a larger shift knob and really fills the hand. Found in a few places around the world, this example came from Peru.

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

Pietersite, 56mm/2.22"

Also called "Tempest Stone", Pietersite is a recent discovery first found in 1962 in Namibia, Africa. This one is deep wine and white but mixes of other colors are found. Another source was discovered in China in 1993.

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

African Turquoise, 50.3mm/1.98"

This stone is a clever impostor and is actually a type of Jasper and not true turquoise, but is a much more care-free stone that can stand up to skin oils, cosmetics, and hand creams that may be issues with Turquoise.

Planet Rainforest #1634................$139

Jaguar Skin Jasper, 50mm/1.94"

How fitting that this gemstone comes from Peru, where the Jaguar forests are found. First the brown jasper was formed, then broken into rubble by tectonic activity and reformed again with the lighter colored background.

Planet Jaguar #1554........................$95

Snake Skin Aragonite, 53mm/2.10"

Caramel, brown and cream honeycomb pattern creates an unusual look to this gemstone shift knob. It is formed in the hot mineral springs of the west over long ages of time. It's called "The Spirit Stone" by our Native Americans.

Planet Sidewinder #1520...............$149

Golden Tiger's Eye, 50mm/1.98"

This piece is banded with a pattern of caramel colored woodtones combined with flashes of iridescent gold stripes. A classic walnut shift knob is a distant second compared to this beauty. What a classy way to upgrade your interior!

Planet Saturn #1581......................$169

Dendritic Agate, 52.6mm/2.07"

This has a foggy, translucent quality so you can peer deep into it and see the mysterious dark phantoms inside. The polish is exceptional and glass smooth. It glows with a similar warmth, feel and beauty of opal. It's jewelry for your car!

Ice Comet ESO #1699.....................$180

Lost Creek Jasper, 50.4mm/1.98"

There are dark reds and then there are deep reds, like this one. It has a chunky pattern of even darker patches but the two lighter areas you see in this photo are actually light reflections. It's color is fairly consistent all around.

Planet Despayre #1556..................SOLD

Peanut Jasper, 56mm/2.20"

A nice mix of browns and tans gives this piece the warmth of wood but ten times better. This is a classic example of Jasper that has been brecciated into rubble and then rehealed over long ages with new Jasper material.

Planet Tatoonie #1702.....................$85

Elephant Skin Jasper, 55.7mm/2.19"

With neutral tones in a random, stormy pattern anyone who sees it knows that it's nature's artwork and not a lump of plastic from a factory. "Not too big, not too small" size and exotic looks to go with it's exotic name are plain to see.

Planet Safari #1666........................$145

Coral Fossil, 50.1mm/1.97"

This ancient colony of sea bed life has been frozen in time by Mother Nature to be the basis for this unique relic from the past. Now it's reserected to new life and purpose to grace the interior of a vehicle with its natural good looks.

Planet Barrier #1559.......................$135

Mookaite, 49.8mm/1.96"

This particular type of Jasper is found in Australia. The native aborigines have always held this stone in high esteem and believe benifical powers are given for strength and healing by it. White, dark red and chrome yellow are typical.

Planet Outback #1555...................$135

Coal Creek Jasper, 50.3mm/1.98"

A swirl of coffee and cream is one way to describe this unique piece. It's like a painting of an late day storm with a scattering of luminous, fluffy clouds not quite blown away yet. This is a classic size, what I refer to as my "regular".

Planet Cyclone #1773......................$69

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