Geode Rings

6 Jul

The Museum Shop Elves had noticed that a number of rather cool-looking young ladies have been buying up large amounts of our amethyst geodes, clear quartz points and iron pyrite chunks. When quizzed on what we assumed was a new craze for geology we found they were in fact making jewellery out of our raw rocks.

 After a quick Google we found this tutorial on State of Unique that explains the ludicrously simple technique.

The Elves now rather fancy a go themselves, using our fossilised Orthoceras (left) to make prehistoric knuckledusters the catwalks would be proud of.

We hear extinct  nautiloid cephalopods are very next season….

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