Aussieminerals - Interests
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This is also a great Educational site.
Click here for 2010 Tucson Show information, maps and exhibitor lists.
Another good site for research is the Mineralogical Record site. Highly recommended
For an informative site on Fluorescent Minerals, you can visit the Fluorescent Mineral Society.
- For a list of International Mineral dealers visit
For Worldwide Gem Clubs visit Lapidary World
www.mindat.org Ok for pictures if you already know the mineral name or mine name, so is not user friendly for children or novices without prior knowledge unfortunately.
The Ganoksin Project - The gem and jewelry world's foremost information resource on the Internet. Open to the public,
Free of charge - a substantial library of articles, publications, reports, and technical data on
gem and jewelry related topics; as well as a sizable collection of art and jewelry galleries,
for both the casual visitor and the professional.
Any questions, or enquires, please email me - HERE
Australian Opals - Bulk Minerals
- Carving stone
Cutting materials - Dravites -
Fluorescent Minerals -
Kynuna Opals -
Fluorescent Minerals - Fossils - Gems - Inlay chipstones - Jewellery - Kynuna Opals -Metaphysical - Mineral Specimens - Pendant stones
Petrified Wood - Polished Agates - Polished stones and freeforms - Polished Thundereggs - Pseudomorph Minerals - Quartz varieties
Radioactive Minerals - Rough Agate - Rough Thundereggs - Serpentinite - Shells and Corals - Slabs for cutting - Special Minerals