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Bruneau jasper, ID, slab Unpolished slabs for jewelry, artistic painting, craft projects, etc.
Please note, the majority of slab images are samples of the material, not necessarily the one you will receive. (We have thousands of slabs and cannot possibly give you an image of each one.) The slabs or slices of the semi-precious gemstones listed below have a normal thickness of about 7/32 to 1/4" thick. We have been slowly adding some slabs at 3/8" for flintknappers and those will be identified as such in the description of those slabs. You may also find some 1/16" slabs used for transparencies, and or other thicknesses, which will be noted on the description. If a thickness of the slab is not given, you know it is a normal size of thickness around 1/4". A slab order of one will give a sample slab of the material chosen which contains at least five one inch squares, but will be in shapes as slabbed from the rough. Some slabs of valuable material will be sold by the slice and the price will be listed as such. We lay a plastic grid marked by one inch squares over each slab and count the number of one inch squares in the slab. For most normal orders if 2 is placed, you may possibly receive several slabs that combined will add up to 10 inches or possibly one large slab containing 10 one inch squares. If you have a preference for one large slab when ordering two or more, please send an e-note after placing your order. A few materials may have to have several slabs sent for one order. We will do our best to fill the order as requested if larger slabs are available at the time of order. Orders are filled as quickly as possible. Don't delay in sending a note for your preference of a large slab. Image to the left is a sample of our large Bruneau jasper slabs, ID. Slab #102.
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Here are all the products in this category:
Antelope jasper, OR
Assorted Lapidary Tips
Aventurine, blue slabs
Aventurine, green slabs
Aventurine, orange slabs
Black zebra agate slabs
Bloodstone, India slabs
Bloodstone, premium, slabs
Blue lace agate, better grade
Blue Mtn. jasper, thin
Brazil agate slabs
Brazil whiteskin slabs
Brazil, premium slabs
Brazil, rainbow slabs
Bruneau jasper No.12
Bruneau jasper, No. 1 slabs
Bruneau jasper, No. 15
Bruneau jasper, No. 2 slabs
Bruneau slab 101
Bruneau slab 102
Bruneau slab 175
Cady Mtn. jasper slabs
Cathedral agate No. 2 slabs
Fancy blood jasper slabs
Fancy jasper slabs
Flint, red, OH, slabs
Graveyard Point plume, good gr. slabs
Green jasper slabs
Green moss agate slabs
Green moss agate slabs, 1/16" thick
Green tree agate slabs
Hematite, Brazil, slabs
Leopardskin slabs, Mex.
Malachite slabs, So. Africa
Montana agate slabs
Mushroom picture rock slabs
Needles Peak agate slabs
Obsidian, black lace slabs
Obsidian, double flow or banded slabs
Obsidian, mahogany black lace slab, OR
Obsidian, mahogany double flow slabs
Obsidian, mahogany lace with snow flakes, rough
Obsidian, mahogany slabs
Obsidian, rainbow slabs, Mex.
Obsidian, silver sheen slabs, NV
Obsidian, silver sheen, 3/8 slabs
Obsidian, silver sheen, OR slabs
Onyx, silver lace slabs
Painted Valley slabs
Picture rock, Succor Creek slabs
Pietersite slabs, So. Africa, Grp. 2
Pink and green jasper, slab
Pink and green moss agate slabs
Priday Ranch, dendrites-1
Rhodonite, Crafton Hills slabs
Rhodonite, Victoria, Canada
Rhodonite, Wrightwood, slabs
Spanish Point agate slabs
Spider jasper slabs
Stone Mtn. brecciated jasper
Tiger iron premium slab
Tigereye, golden, No. 1 slabs
Tigereye, variegated No. 1 slabs
Trapper Creek dendritic agate slabs
Uberaba slabs
Unakite slabs
Viper jasper slabs
White fortification agate slabs
Yellow blackskin agate slabs
Yellow skin agate slabs