April 24, 2015 @ 9:00 am
|Do you have crystals or minerals on your
Or maybe just know of a good place you'd like
to take a backhoe to ?
Contact the experts !
|DID YOU KNOW........????
That we buy rocks , minerals, crystals , fossils and cabbing rough ? We also
buy slab saws , cab grinders & lapidary tools.
If you have anything to sell then feel free to bring them to the digs for us to
look at !
It will help if you will EMAIL ME in advance !
|We just got in a truck load of lapidary material , Crazy lace agate, rainbow &
mahogany obsidian , wonderstone , agate & Petrified wood .The obsidian is great for
flint knapping / arrowhead making as well as for cabbing.
I also have some great Rainbow Petrified Wood from Arizona as well as Llannite from
Llanno, Texas . Graves Mountain Rutile crystals and Lazulite crystals available in
large quantities !
We also have paint rock agate and kentucky agate for sale.
Email me from the contact page & make arrangements for a visit .
We have good prices by the pound and great wholesale deals on buckets of rock.
We have obsidian priced at $125 for a 50 pound bucket mixed mahogany / rainbow.
|Lets go dig for crystals! Dixie Euhedrals has just the right place for American rockhounds to dig for gemstones! We offer trips to collect
amethyst crystals in Arizona, California and Nevada or the chance to buy them at our Rock Shop 155 mill road McDonough, Georgia. We
announce the crystal & agate digging dates right here, so be sure to add this page to your favorites!
|Check out our
Lapidary Tips Page
To see how slabs are cut
& cabs are made & more!
|Paint Rock Agate @ Hollytree,
DIG DATE : to be announced $35
(Paint Rock Alabama only)
INFORMATION ABOUT THE
DIG > CLICK HERE!
Registration required: email me
1.) Scenic wilderness hike!
3.) Collect Paint Rock
|We buy rock collections, estates, and individual crystals,
specimens, and rough rock.
"WATCH THIS PAGE LIKE A HAWK"
|I had to change the date due(again) to so much rain and the
location being too muddy to dig in & rain being forecast at
100% for the dig date. Amethyst dig May 2, 2015. Click the
link below for details.