Archive for April, 2011

Advance Notice – Lierbachtal Thundereggs for Sale

Just to let people know that I have a new box of stones on their way into the shop soon – Lierbachtal thundereggs from Germany.  These are among the most beautiful thundereggs in Europe and even in the world, in my opinion, characterised by their free-form shape and pale colours.  If anyone is interested in these, keep an eye out or drop me an email!  I will publish a showcase gallery here on the blog as well.

The above not for sale!!  The above stone is one of my own greatest treasures and one of the most remarkable thundereggs I have ever seen.  I am really excited to be seeing some more of this location, as it has not been that well represented in my gallery until now.

New Stones for Sale from Gary Mangan – Radford, McDermitt, Crane Creek (?), Frida, Tranquillion Peak etc.

Hi folks.  Gary Mangan has provided a large update of rocks for sale, including several interesting locations – Radford, McDermitt and what may be Crane Creek (bear in mind that we are not totally certain, but it seems probable), among others.  In addition there are two very unusual rocks = a McDermitt Middle Bed stone that is a full 9 inches across (won’t fit in a flat rate box) and a specimen of one of the rarest stones I have ever had in the shop – a Tranquillion Peak from the Vandenberg Air Force Base that maybe one of only two in the world.

Below are a few samples:

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All these are now online in the Eibonvale shop (see the latest items section), and they are selling like hot cakes already so don’t hesitate to pop over and have a look.

Don’t forget that these stones are located in the USA.  Any you are interested in, just email the names to Gary and he will get back to you with prices.