Yes they are stones
Lori: Honey, look at these amazing beads I got today in the mail.
Joe: Oh wow. Cool. Who made those?
Lori: No one, they're stones!
Joe: No way, those can't be stones. They look ceramic.
Lori: Look at this other strand I got! Aren't they incredible?
Joe: Who made those? Those definitely aren't stones.
Lori: THEY ARE STONES!! Can you believe it!?
Joe: They can't be stones. They look man-made. That's pretty amazing.
My thoughts exactly. If I could marry a stone, it would be one of those handsome stones from the top photo. Just doesn't get any better than that!! Top stones are Noreena Jasper, the bottom stones are Utah Wonderstone.
Wow! Such beautiful stones! I have seen unpolished ones before but never thought that it can be used as necklaces. :)ReplyDelete
Wow great! the workmanship to create these usable pieces are impeccable, so go on spill wher did you get them?ReplyDelete
Love the first one.ReplyDelete
i agree! fabulous!ReplyDelete
WOW! Incredible stones!ReplyDelete
ooOOOoo... what are they?ReplyDelete
They are amazing! Those first ones look like layered clay. I'm definitely coveting...ReplyDelete
Wow, I've never seen anything like that before! They're beautiful!!!! And yes, I thought the first set was polymer.ReplyDelete
They both look like chocolate caramels to me! Yummy! And it is so sweet that Joe actually knows about all the different beads that you bring home. Thanks for sharing such loveliness! Enjoy the day! ErinReplyDelete
Imagine the "conditions" that they were formed in?!ReplyDelete
Thanks for the opportunity to win. This looks like a wonderful reference of your stones or product.ReplyDelete
The bottom ones look like stones to me, but the top ones I thought for sure were polymer clay!! Amazing :)ReplyDelete
The top ones really look like polymer clay mokume gane - beautiful colours as well!ReplyDelete
I'm drooling over the top beads!ReplyDelete
wow I can't wait to see what you make with them!
I'm originally from Utah and the bottom stones are very familiar to me. My grandfather was a bit of a rock hound and he had a bolo tie made out of this stone, which I inherited after he died. I was told the stone is actually rhyolite, and the gray spots in it are hematite. Its only found in southern Utah. This brings back lots of fond memories for me.ReplyDelete
The beads in the first picture look like polymer clay and the second picture they look wood.ReplyDelete
Nice Finds! You will have to post what you make with them.
Gorgeous and so unusual looking! Can't wait to see what you do with them!ReplyDelete
I LUUUVVV JASPERS!!!ReplyDelete
LOVE! I also thought the top picture was polymer clay. One of the stones in the top pic has like a butterfly wing pattern (at least to me). I waaaaant it. O_OReplyDelete
I cant wait to see what loveliness you create with these!
I love stones, I love Jasper, these are beauties, can't wait to see what you create with them.ReplyDelete
The top ones remind me of Humblebeads bead.ReplyDelete
Love the stones. They're awesome. Mother earth sure makes some great stuff. I also absolutely love your Sittin in a tree necklace in the shop.ReplyDelete
All the stones look great. I like to wear a necklace made out of these beautiful stones. Can you help me in shopping Utah wonderstones ?ReplyDelete