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  1. I have a collection of N. Carolina river (Neuse) bone (the deep black color bone) and Atlantic coastal fossilized coral that I would like to use for jewelry designs. I'm a lapidary newbie and would like some input on proper cutting tools/discs to use in creating slices of the different types of fossil material. I have the horsepower with my Foredom Flexshaft tool but need info on cutting discs etc. Thanks
  2. Bev

    Fusispera in Blue

    From the album: Nature's Treasures - Fossil Expressions

    This Ordovician Fusispera sp. gastropod collected in southeastern Minnesota is wrapped in Silver and outline accented in Sky Blue Swarovski crystals with a glittering crystal on top.
  3. Bev

    Brachiopod Hash Plate Ring

    From the album: Nature's Treasures - Fossil Expressions

    Exquisitely preserved 500 mya Brachiopods wrapped in black wire and accented with Gold Stone.
  4. Bev

    Love Expressed in a Fossil

    From the album: Nature's Treasures - Fossil Expressions

    I set this heart shaped Brachiopod on a glittering red background in a locket for an anniversary gift between fossil hunters. The opposite side of the locket held her lover's words of endearment. I cried; she cried; he was happy. :-)
  5. From the album: Nature's Treasures - Fossil Expressions

    The combination of wire on this wrap makes for a striking combination. Worn on a black leather thong.
  6. Bev

    New Mexico Ammonite Pendant

    From the album: Nature's Treasures - Fossil Expressions

    Collected in New Mexico this Ammonite is designed for a New Mexico man. Wrapped in Copper & Black wire and accented with composite Turquoise beads it exhibits strength.
  7. From the album: Nature's Treasures - Fossil Expressions

    This perfect Ordovician Maclurites collected in southeastern Minnesota is cradled in deep blue wire, accented with blue crystals and turquoise.
  8. Bev

    Gastropod Pendant

    From the album: Nature's Treasures - Fossil Expressions

    The symmetry of this gastropod and buff gold coloring seemed to beg for an outline in deep blue with accents of Hematite and black beads. The perfect piece for casual wear with blue jeans.
  9. Bev

    Brachiopod Pendant

    From the album: Nature's Treasures - Fossil Expressions

    This beautifully detailed Brachiopod is wrapped in Silver and accented with Cobalt Blue Swarovski Crystals.
  10. Bev

    Stunning Crinoid Pendant

    From the album: Nature's Treasures - Fossil Expressions

    This 2.5" x 5" Silurian Crinoid Plate from Indiana (approimately 400 mya) is wrapped in a combination of flat non-tarnishing German Silver and textured non-tarnishing German Silver. The only accent is a crinoid segment at the top. Simply Elegant and draws compliments whenever worn.
  11. Bev

    Goblin Shark Tooth Pendant

    From the album: Nature's Treasures - Fossil Expressions

    This small, but perfect, fossilized Goblin shark tooth is wrapped in Silver with one Brilliant Cobalt Blue Swarovski crystal as an accent.
  12. Bev

    Holopea pendant

    From the album: Nature's Treasures - Fossil Expressions

    This perfectly preserved Ordovician Holopea sp. gastropod was collected in southeastern Minnesota. Its golden hue is accented with blue wire, sky blue glittering Swarovski crystals and rhinestones to create a stunning pendant.
  13. From the album: Nature's Treasures - Fossil Expressions

    This stunning shark tooth is wrapped in copper and accented in composite green turquoise beads.
  14. Bev

    Crinoid Ring in Green

    From the album: Nature's Treasures - Fossil Expressions

    This single segment of an Oklahoma crinoid is wrapped into a ladies ring and accented with a solitary green stone.
  15. Bev

    Shark Tooth in Red

    From the album: Nature's Treasures - Fossil Expressions

    This near black Eocene shark tooth is wrapped in black wire and accented with red crystal beads.
  16. Bev

    Shark Tooth Ring in Copper

    From the album: Nature's Treasures - Fossil Expressions

    This Eocene shark tooth ring is wrapped in copper and accented with a single brilliant blue Swarovski crystal.
  17. Bev

    Crinoid in Blue Ring

    From the album: Nature's Treasures - Fossil Expressions

    This single crinoid segment ring is is created in copper with flourish and accented with one Swarovski blue crystal.
  18. Bev

    Shark Tooth in Blue

    From the album: Nature's Treasures - Fossil Expressions

    This beautiful light colored shark tooth is wrapped in silver and accented with sparkling blue Swarovski crystals.
  19. Bev

    Crinoid Drop Earrings

    From the album: Nature's Treasures - Fossil Expressions

    These Oklahoma crinoid columns were naturally hollow, perfect for copper drop earrings accented in shimmering gold stone..
  20. Bev

    Moroccan Ammonite

    From the album: Nature's Treasures - Fossil Expressions

    This Moroccan Ammonite is cradled in copper wire and accented with a single copper colored bead.
  21. Bev

    Hormatomas

    From the album: Nature's Treasures - Fossil Expressions

    This golden buff limestone internal mold of a Hormatomas gastropod, Ordovician, from southeastern Minnesota is wrapped in silver and accented in glittering blue Swarovski crystals.
  22. Bev

    Carboniferous Fern

    From the album: Nature's Treasures - Fossil Expressions

    This black and white slate Carboniferous Fern from Indiana is wrapped in silver and accented with red Swarovski crystals.
  23. Bev

    Ammolite Ammonite

    From the album: Nature's Treasures - Fossil Expressions

    Iridescent Ammolite is considered a gemstone. This Ammonite is fossilized into Ammolite shimmering in subtle hues of red and amber cradled in a simple silver wrap.
  24. Bev

    Silurian Blastoid

    From the album: Nature's Treasures - Fossil Expressions

    The incredible detail preserved in this fossilized, star-shaped, large, Silurian Blastoid from Indiana, is outlined in black aluminum wire accented in red and silver crystal beads.
  25. Bev

    Crinoid Column

    From the album: Nature's Treasures - Fossil Expressions

    This large crinoid column from Oklahoma is wrapped in copper accented with gold and amber crystal beads.
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