Our Mining company ~ Dixie Euhedrals ~  has worked in many
states , digging a variety of gems, crystals, mineral specimens and
lapidary materials.

Our operations have been featured on the Travel Channel and
people often visit our website for information after viewing the
Georgia Amethyst episode on the  Cash and Treasure's show with
Becky Worley or the Georgia Star Rose Quartz episode  with
Kirsten Gum, Treasure Hunter.
Shown below are photographs from our many operations ( both
past and current)  such as Jackson's Crossroads Amethyst,  Hogg
mine , etc.       We offer a chance for you to come dig for  amethyst
in Georgia.  To see what we currently offer and to come dig for
crystals with us, click the NEWS button above.

We have lots of minerals, crystals, fossils,agate , guide books and
tools for sale, with an outlet in Jackson, Georgia and The Mineral
Gallery rock shop  just South of Atlanta in McDonough, Georgia.  
Just click the " ROCK SHOP" button above to check them out !
Created in 2008  as a supplement to  
the Dixie Euhedrals website when
we outgrew the web hosting company
that we were using at the time.  The
move to a different host and using
different web building tools was a huge
GEORGIA AMETHYST & Other locations

Find out when we are digging & our announcements

Check out our newest pages:  
Have you seen the crystal photos (and lots more!) on
our Rock Shop Pages?  Check out all 3 pages to see what we brought back from our February 2018
Tucson Gem Show Trip!

2019 gem show pages added.  2019 Tucson Show report added. Arizona Wulfenite digging &
Montana Amethyst scepter digging pages added (see banners below).

You'll find that when navigating,
THE SITE MAP will be your best friend. The "GO TO" drop down
menu has short cuts for this website as well as link to my Ebay Store & other online presences.
Our Twitter, Flickr, ebay, & Rock
Shop links below :
Another popular page is  
Visit the DIG FOR CRYSTALS page on facebook to bookmark and share with your friends!
Click here for info on the Georgia Rock shop : The Mineral Gallery in Mcdonough, Georgia. Just South of Atlanta
we have rocks, crystals, minerals, and fossils for sale in our rock shop just South of Atlanta, Georgia
Amethyst Dig : May 9, 2020
Be sure to check out our Georgia Rock Shop pages (see top of
page) for all sorts of rocks, crystals and fossils for sale.  Our Rock
Shop just South of Atlanta, Georgia has every type of rock, crystal,
mineral or fossil that you can Name.  Yes, we have it all, including
facet rough and even Metaphysical and Reiki Supplies!
Helpful navigation tips for our site:
REFRESH:  We update frequently so be sure to refresh your browser
to see any changes.
TIME STAMP: On the upper left there is usually a  date and time
showing when the page was created or updated.
CHECK BOTTOM OF PAGE:  If you see a recent date, that indicates
something new is on the page and often it will be added to the
BOTTOM OF THE  PAGE. (that's because it is much easier to simply
add it to the bottom as compared to moving dozens of photos and text
boxes to make room at the top of a page).
ENLARGE PHOTOS: Almost all photos will expand when you click on
them.  Those that have a plus sign when you hover your cursor over
the photo can be enlarged even further.
YELLOW LINKS: Links are almost always in YELLOW unless I just
happen to miss  doing that.  Otherwise they will be the standard blue
SITE MAP:  It's your friend!  I've been adding pages to this site for
years and it has become a monster.  But, it is a manageable monster.  
It's easy to get lost and confused and the site map will likely help you
find your way back home.   Look for site map links on the upper right
of most pages. I've also added it to most navigation bars as well as
the 'go to' drop-down menu.
"GO TO":   Almost every page has a 'go to' drop down menu with a
link to home, the site map, and most of my other presences on the
web such as ebay, flickr, twitter, zazzle, etc.
Updated JUNE 12, 2020   12:15 p.m. Eastern Time
You are on the Dig For Crystals "HOME" page.
The rock shop has re-opened effective June
12, 2020
with normal hours.
Amethyst Dig : To be
announced, 2020