The Rock Tumbling Hobby Site - Visitors Pictures Section 1.

Thanks goes out to Don from Ohio for this image of polished Obsidian Tear Drops, on the forum Don writes

  "Obsidian sure shapes up nice due to its low hardness, but it is a bear to polish."

Thanks to William C, who is currently totally out of control with his purchases of rough rock and tumbling equipment  :) for the following three pictures of Brazilian Amythest, Flame Agate and Mahogany Obsidian in order.


This one (below) was sent in by a message board reader who wondered if anyone could identify it - if so, please do so by posting a quick message by clicking here.

Cheers to Bill for these three pictures of raw Emerald, Saphire and Rubies (shaped) - respectively.  It will we interesting to see how these turn out if possible.

Section 1

Some polished Obsidian Teardrops and a collection of various large and small chunks of rough material.

Section 2

Rough Red Jasper, Jade, Carnelian, Leopard Rock, Verdite.

Section 3

Tricks of photography? and some before and after final polish phase.

Section 4

Highly polished Texas limb cast agate, (pink) agatized wood (mocha) and Northride plume agate.

Section 5

Finished Jaspers of various colors.

Visitor Kits

A view of other peoples tumbling kits and setups.

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