AboutCollector quality very hollow matching Keokuk, Iowa area geode pair. The interior of this geode is about as hollow as they get in this particular size and is lined with clear quartz throughout. There is no trace of orange iron coloring or pyrite anywhere in this geode. Upon the quartz are numerous rhombohedral calcite crystals - heavier in the slightly larger half but still some in the other half. Very few crystals has any damage - ... [Read more]
|Origin: Keokuk, Iowa, United States||Weight: 4.70 lbs.|
|Width: 6 in.||Height: 4.5 in.||Depth: 2.8 in.|
AboutVery nice quality cut and polished Brazilian agate geode pair that has a light blue banded agate with a clear quartz lined interior. The lighter colored outside is also present at the base of the geode pair that adds some contrast. Price for the matching pair is $60.00 plus shipping.
|Origin: Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil||Weight: 1.66 lbs.|
|Width: 3.3 in.||Height: 2.8 in.||Depth: 1.75 in.|
AboutA very high quality amethyst cathedral geode from Brazil. In every shipment there are one or two geodes that stand out and this is one of them. The geode is very hollow and has medium to dark amethyst throughout. What sets this geode apart from many others is the very nice, well-developed cluster of larger amethyst crystals in the upper right corner of the geode. None of these crystals has any damage - see the close-up photographs. ... [Read more]
|Origin: Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil||Weight: 24.30 lbs.|
|Width: 8.4 in.||Height: 14 in.||Depth: 3 in.|
A selection of larger sized (8-12 inch diameter) opened Keokuk geode pairs was just added to the website.
A group of Brazilian agate geode pairs was just posted.
A new selection of water filled Brazilian agate geodes was just posted to the website.
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A direct-from-the-source provider of quality geode and mineral specimens since 1995, Geode Gallery LLC is based in Davenport, Iowa and is managed 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!