With the exception of the Botanic Wave Quartzite each stone is individually cut and set into epoxy resin by highly skilled craftsmen. These rare gems include Agate, Petrified Wood, Amethyst, and Shell Jasper.
Agate is a gemstone often used for making jewelry. It is a very durable stone and is known for its colorful shades in a wide range of hues which include red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and purple.
Petrified wood or fossilized wood is in the quartz family; however, the wood has not actually become stone.
Amethyst is a gemstone often used in making jewelry. Color shades vary from purple to violet hues.
Shell Flint Jasper is a very well-known stone composed of microcrystalline quartz and various fine-graine siliceous rocks. Its crystals are too small to be seen with the naked eye.
Botanic Wave is a combination of translucent white diamond quartzite and botanic green quartzite. This blend forms a durable metamorphic rock.