AboutA Keokuk, Iowa geode a little different from the norm! This large 10.25 inch diameter geode pair contains a typical quartz lining, but in the middle is a large hollow, quartz lined "snowball" quartz growth! When the geode was opened, the snowball also broke in two which revealed the hollow sparkling quartz lined interior. There is a small contact area where the snowball was joined to the other half and there is a little bit... [Read more]
|Origin: Keokuk, Iowa, United States||Weight: 32.74 lbs.|
|Width: 10.25 in.||Height: 9 in.||Depth: 3 in.|
AboutA very nice amethyst cathedral geode from Brazil. The interior is lined with medium to dark amethyst quartz crystals and there is nice blue banded agate in the skin. Price is $240.00 plus shipping.
|Origin: Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil||Weight: 13.10 lbs.|
|Width: 7.25 in.||Height: 9.25 in.||Depth: 2.75 in.|
AboutBeautiful double-celled Mexican coconut geode pair! One cavity contains strongly banded white/blue agate with a clear quartz lined cavity. There is also a calcite cluster and some minor iron minerals in the cavity as well. The other section is nearly solid quartz but the small cavity does contain amethyst colored quartz crystals and the shell has some banding especially around the very perimeter. A neat geode with contrast and brigh... [Read more]
|Origin: Chihuahua, Mexico||Weight: 1.36 lbs.|
|Width: 4 in.||Height: 2.45 in.||Depth: 1.75 in.|
AboutFantastic, pronounced blue agate banded matching geode pair from Salto do Jacui, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil! This 7 inch diameter matching banded agate geode pair has high quality blue and grey banded agate in its shell and a nice clear to light smoky quartz colored pocket in the center. Expertly cut and polished - there is no artificial coloring, this is all natural. Among the better quality agates to be coming out of Brazil right no... [Read more]
|Origin: Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil||Weight: 12.74 lbs.|
|Width: 7 in.||Height: 6.5 in.||Depth: 2.75 in.|
We added three sizes of small "break your own" hollow Moroccan clear quartz geodes today to our Educational/Small Break Your Own Geodes page.
Several minerals from the Linwood Mine in Scott County, Iowa were posted to the website today.
WHAT ARE GEODES?
A direct-from-the-source provider of quality geode and mineral specimens since 1995, the Geode Gallery is owned and operated by Mike Sandstrom, who collected his first geode at the age of 8. Today, Mike maintains the Geode Gallery website, travels to rock, gem, and mineral shows across the country, and actively mines Keokuk geodes, the Geode Gallery’s specialty!
Mike invites you to browse his updated website both for geodes and for geode-related educational information and hopes you will find everything you need. If not, just ask!
We are the Geode Gallery, we sell this we sell that, but what is it that we are selling? What are geodes? What are minerals? Where do you find them?