Gorgeous, thin-wall geodes are imported from Mexico and Morocco and are usually lined with shimmering quartz crystals, calcite, or aragonite. Take a chance!
Every geode is unique inside. The mineral and crystal formations can only be discovered when cracked open or cut with a rock saw. The size and formation of crystals, the different colors, and the variety of minerals make each geode special.
90% of these geodes are filled with beautiful and intriguing crystals. You can crack them open yourself and see, but mostly only with hollow ones, for your solid geodes, they can be sliced and cut in halves so you can see all crystal layers! These make a great gift and it can be great fun for yourself or doing it with a child as an excellent learning experience.
Geodes are found throughout the world, but the most concentrated areas are located in the deserts. Volcanic ash beds, or regions containing limestone, are common geode locations. There are many easily accessible geode collecting sites in the western United States, including in California, Arizona, Utah and Nevada