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Distinct Oklahoma Rose Rock

Distinct Oklahoma Rose Rock

Regular price $29.95 USD
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This is one of Oklahoma's Barite Rosette, or better known as the "Rose Rock". Rose rocks are composed of the mineral, "Barite"! The beautiful dusty red coloring and crystal "blades" give this rock it's name because it resembles that of a rose.  The crystal blades can form in various sizes and directions, each rose rock is very different and unique. Some are found in clusters and others are single.

This Rose Rock especially has a very distinct rose shape, with the beautiful "Oklahoma Red Dirt" coloring!

This stunning Rose Rock looks great paired with our Manganese and Traditional Amethysts!

*Please note that some pictures have been zoomed in to show every detail and color. Please see the measurement and weight pictures of this specimen for accurate sizing. We take every precaution while packaging to make sure your product arrives as pictured. That being said, slight variations in coloring may occur due to lighting and screen quality. If you have any questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to reach out to us.*

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Adam Thompson
Beautiful Gift

A dear friend recently had a loss in her family - being from Oklahoma, I wanted to find something that would be a memory. The rose stone was perfect - capturing both Oklahoma and the beauty of the rose. I’m from the south so I was used to steel magnolias - but stone roses seem to be in the same family - thank you!

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Beautiful Gift

A dear friend recently had a loss in her family - being from Oklahoma, I wanted to find something that would be a memory. The rose stone was perfect - capturing both Oklahoma and the beauty of the rose. I’m from the south so I was used to steel magnolias - but stone roses seem to be in the same family - thank you!