|Material Type(s)||Quartz scepter quartz fluorite smokey quartz|
|Mfg Recommended age||8 year and up|
|Item model number||BYOG12PC3|
|Product Dimensions||20.32 x 12.7 x 4.45 cm; 816.47 Grams|
Break Your Own Geodes Kit 12 Whole Geodes
|Price:||+ S$15.93 Delivery|
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- 12 Naturally Occurring Break Your Own Geodes from MULTIPLE GEODE MINES
- HOLLOW GEODES crystals inside with a wide variety of minerals possible including Clear Quartz, Scepter Quartz, Fluorite, Smokey Quartz, Amethyst, Mini Quartz Stalactites, Druzy, Calcite, Goethite, Hematite, Agate and Chalcedony
- ASSEMBLED IN THE USA by a REAL GEODE MINING COMPANY
- GEODE AND NODULE GUIDE with information of how geodes form and mineral identification
- GOOD SIZES FOR THE YOUNG EXPLORER Approximately 1.25 to 2.25 inch in diameter
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Formation: Geodes are formed naturally by volcanic activity. Bubbles in lava harden, over time natural crystals grow inside of the lave bubbles. What's Inside? Have a great time breaking these geodes open! There are 12 geodes in this pack ranging is size from large marble to bigger than golf ball size. They are hollow geodes. Geode cracking instructions are included; once the geodes are opened use the geode identification guide to determine which minerals you discovered. Amethyst (rare but possible), smoky quartz and clear quartz natural crystals are found inside these geodes! It’s a surprise every time you open one! Ancient Treasure Adventures: An Ancient Treasure is waiting to be discovered!!! We are family owned company with 3 generations of experience exploring and mining geodes. We know quality geodes when we see them. “High Quality Geodes”: These geodes have been carefully sorted to insure that they are almost all hollow. The crystals inside will be consistently clean and sparkly with a variety of colors! Great family fun and educational for the kids! 100% naturally occurring geodes with real, genuine crystals! Not all geodes are equal: A real geode has a good sized hollow pocket inside of it. There are many "Geodes" out there that are technically "Nodules" or completely or mostly solid. Nodules are very inexpensive (cheap) and common. We take pride in selling real geodes and have the best quality of break open geodes in the world! Join us on this Ancient Treasure Adventure!
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Reviewed in the United States on 11 March 2018
Reviewed in the United States on 11 September 2016
Reviewed in the United States on 1 February 2017
All 24 geodes except for 1 were hollow with great crystal matrices inside. Lots of variation in size, form (i.e. big spire terminations and druse), and color. Only advice would be not to do as the kit advises by just taking a hammer to the rock.
What I did to achieve clean breaks on about 19 of my geodes: examine the rock for where it might be likely to break open (or where you would like it to break if you want to take a risk haha, it can pay off). Use a chisel and hammer to score it around that line. Try to find two "flat" spots on the rock mostly opposite each other and on the line (if you can't, just one flat spot on the line will do) and take the chisel to those spots specifically. Do all of this with the rock still in the bag provided, of course! If you just hit it with a hammer, it's more likely to be smashed into lots of tiny shards instead of larger pieces. Some of them will shatter even with patience and the right approach, lol. Even though these are inexpensive geodes, with patience and the right approach you can definitely get most of them to break cleanly and look like they were bought already opened!
Reviewed in the United States on 22 June 2017