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Fossils: Bog-Wood
 
SWAMP BOG

Known as Gary Green, Larsonite, and McDermitt Green Jasper. Occurred in a Miocene age formation fossilized imprint of fossilization can be seen in many of the polished slices.

Green color: the color is from a combination of iron (44,600 PPM), Alluminum (11,000 PPM), Potassium (5,030PPM), Sodium (1,550 PPM), and Calcium (1,020 PPM). Some descriptions on the  internet claim that the green color is from  Chromium or Copper. This is not correct since only 106PPM Chromium and 23PPM Copper.

Description of Swamp Bog:
Wood, algae, other swamp vegetation and mud were covered by volcanic ash between and 11 and 14 million years ago.  Water carrying minerals seeped in creating the green color while it petrified.

 

Diner Plate 1
Hard to find large expertly polished specimens such as this, but CurioGrove has it!  This large blue specimen measures 12.5 by 7.5 inches and is 3/8ths inch thick.  It weighs  2 lbs, 8 ounces.  It is truly a show piece!
Item: BOG031
$240.00
Unusual Brown
This specimen has more than the usual brown veins of the swamp in it showing beautiful seep patterns.  An unusual specimen!  Measures: 4 x 4 x .5 inches.
BOG038
$42.00
 
Click for more details... The Beauty of Wood
This piece has superb grain highlighted in various shades of brown of what appears to be tree material. Unique and beautiful!
Item: BOG005
$12.00
Predominate Blue
Rich blue color dominates this specimen with a nice pattern of lighter blues, greens and thin brown banding.  Nice!  Measures: 5 x 3.5 x 3/8ths inches.
BOG039
SOLD, THANK YOU!
 
Moon Rise
One of those super pieces that can look like so many things depending upon your mood.  It measures 5 by 2.5 inches.  Nice!
Item: BOB036
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Grain Belt
Color patterns of organic wood grains layer through out on this distinct specimen.  This is a thin specimen measuring 4 x 3.5 x 1/4 inches
BOG042
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Diner Plate 2
A stunning specimen measuring 12.5 by 7.5" and a 1/2" thick.  Beautiful blues, green and a lot of shades in between make this a stunning center piece!  Weight is 3 lbs, 4 ounces.
Item:  BOG032
Sold, Thank You!
Bog Blog
Nice distinct pattern flows through this specimen.  The coloration varies from deep to light blues into tans and brown.  Measures: 4 x 3.5 x .5 inches
BOG040
Sold, Thank You!
 
   
   
   


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