Your Tumbled Stone Identification Pocket Guide

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Stones in this guide are organized by color and note origin when distinctively characteristic. Certain stones have multiple color variants.

Some stones are rarer than others.

  • A tumbled red jasper stone.  Streaks of brown jasper run through the stone.

    Red Jasper

  • A tumbled red tiger's eye stone.  The stone is rootbeer brown.

    Red Tiger's Eye

  • A tumbled Mexican fire agate stone.  The stone shows orange and yellow iridescence.

    Fire Agate

  • A tumbled piece of brown petrified wood.  Black striations are seen.

    Petrified Wood

  • A tumbled Australian tiger iron stone.  Black hematite streaks run through a yellow and red matrix.

    Tiger Iron

  • A tumbled carnelian stone.  The stone is bright orange with black pitting.

    Carnelian

  • A tumbled carnelian agate stone.  White banded stripes run horizontally through the orange bodycolor.

    Carnelian Agate

  • A tumbled orange sunstone.  Soft reflections of light are seen in the stone.

    Sunstone

  • A tumbled piece of goldstone glass.  Strong, pinpointed light reflections are seen in the stone.

    Goldstone Glass

  • A tumbled rutilated quartz stone.  Clusters of golden rutile inclusions are seen in the clear quartz.

    Rutilated Quartz

  • A tumbled sea agate stone from Madagascar.  White splotches show on a brown body color.

    Sea Agate

  • A tumbled picture jasper stone.  The stone is a light, sandy brown color with black stripes.

    Picture Jasper

  • A tumbled golden tiger's eye stone.  Chatoyant light reflections are seen forming a cat's eye.

    Tiger's Eye

  • A transparent brown, tumbled smoky quartz stone.

    Smoky Quartz

  • A tumbled pyrite stone.  White quartz inclusions are seen in areas of the stone.

    Pyrite

  • A tumbled Petoskey stone showing radial inclusions of fossilized coral.

    Petoskey Stone

  • A tumbled yellow jasper stone.  Light and dark yellow colors are seen.

    Yellow Jasper

  • A tumbled mookaite jasper stone.  Red tips are visible on the predominantly yellow stone.

    Mookaite Jasper

  • A transparent, yellow, tumbled citrine stone.

    Citrine

  • A tumbled piece of yellow quartz stone.  The stone is solid yellow and translucent.

    Yellow Quartz

  • A tumbled citron chrysoprase stone.  The material is an opaque, yellowish lime green.

    Citron Chrysoprase

  • A tumbled green prehnite stone.  The matrix is gray and black.

    Prehnite

  • A tumble polished moss agate stone.  Veins of a green mineral run through a translucent matrix.

    Moss Agate

  • A tumble polished green fluorite stone.  The stone is vivid mint green.

    Green Fluorite

  • A tumble polished green aventurine stone.  The material is light green with dark green specks.

    Light Green Aventurine

  • A tumble polished dark green aventurine stone.  Reflective mica inclusions are seen in the stone.

    Dark Green Aventurine

  • A tumbled green Australian chrysoprase stone.  A brown stripe of ironstone matrix runs through the stone.

    Chrysoprase

  • A tumble polished green striped malachite stone.

    Malachite

  • A tumbled green nephrite jade stone.  The stone is olive green with a waxy luster.

    Nephrite Jade

  • A tumble polished piece of dragon stone jasper.  The colors are deep brownish red with mossy green splotches.

    Dragon Stone Jasper

  • A tumble polished unakite stone.  The stone is green with brownish pink spotting.

    Unakite

  • A tumble polished piece of spectrolite feldspar.  The stone's bodycolor is dark green and has bright flashes of pink, blue, and yellow.

    Spectrolite

  • A tumble polished emerald stone.  The body color is dark green and has a black webbed matrix.

    Emerald

  • A tumble polished piece of green jasper.  The stone is dark green with small yellow spots.

    Green Jasper

  • A tumble polished piece of green goldstone glass.  The stone is black with green sparkle flashes.

    Green Goldstone Glass

  • A tumble polished piece of bloodstone jasper.  The stone is dark green with red hematite spots.

    Bloodstone

  • A tumbled chrysocolla stone.  The stone is a bright blue-green with blue azurite webbing.

    Chrysocolla Quartz

  • A tumble polished piece of amazonite feldspar.  The stone is blue-green with white reflective surface flashes.

    Amazonite

  • A tumbled turquoise stone.  The stone is spotted blue-green with white quartz inclusions.

    Turquoise

  • A tumble polished sky blue topaz stone.  The crystal is transparent.

    Blue Topaz

  • A tumble polished blue aquamarine stone.

    Aquamarine

  • A tumble polished blue agate stone.  The stone exhibits bubbles of white agate.

    Blue Agate

  • A tumble polished blue quartz stone.  The material is grayish white with blue veins.

    Blue Quartz

  • A tumble polished sodalite stone.  The material is blackish blue with white veining.

    Sodalite

  • A tumbled lapis lazuli stone.  The material is dark blue with black matrix and golden pyrite speck inclusions.

    Lapis Lazuli

  • A tumble polished blue azurite stone.  The material is naturally stained dark blue and black.

    Azurite

  • A tumble polished piece of labradorite feldspar.  The stone's body color is greenish blue and has bright blue labradorescent surface flashes.

    Labradorite

  • Iolite

  • A tumble polished blue corundum stone.  The material is near black with a dark blue tint.

    Blue Sapphire

  • A tumble polished blue tiger's eye stone.  The material is black with a bluish tint with a reflective cat's eye.

    Blue Tiger's Eye

  • A tumble polished charoite stone.  The material is naturally stained purple, white, and black.

    Charoite

  • A tumble polished purple amethyst stone.

    Amethyst

  • A tumble polished piece of purple turkieyenite jade.  The stone is purple with red, black, and white marbling.

    Turkiyenite Jade

  • A tumble polished piece of pink aventurine stone.  The material is dark pink with reflective mica inclusions.

    Pink Aventurine

  • A tumble polished rhodonite stone from Canada.  The rock is pink with black webbed matrix.

    Canadian Rhodonite

  • A tumbled rhodonite stone from Pakistan.  The rock is hot pink with black matrix.

    Pakistani Rhodonite

  • A tumble polished leopardskin jasper stone.  The stone is pink with round black and red spotting.

    Leopardskin Jasper

  • A tumble polished pink rose quartz stone.

    Rose Quartz

  • A tumbled banded agate stone.  The pattern of the stone resembles a banded puddle.

    Banded Agate

  • A tumble polished piece of colorless, clear quartz.

    Clear Quartz

  • A tumble polished piece of garden quartz.  The stone is clear with many different crystalline inclusions.

    Garden Quartz

  • A tumble polished white quartz stone.

    White Quartz

  • A tumble polished white howlite stone.  The stone is white with a black webbed matrix.

    Howlite

  • A tumble polished white moonstone feldspar.  The stone has a white, adularescent surface flash.

    White Moonstone

  • A tumble polished white aventurine stone.  The stone is white with mica sparkle inclusions.

    White Aventurine

  • A tumble polished dalmatian stone.  The stone is yellowish white with yellow and black spotting.

    Dalmatian Stone

  • A tumble polished zebra agate stone.  The stone is black and white striped.

    Zebra Agate

  • A tumble polished banded green prasiolite stone.  The banding is white.

    Banded Prasiolite

  • A tumble polished white quartz stone with black tourmaline inclusions.

    Tourmalated Quartz

  • A tumble polished gray moonstone.  The material is gray with an adularescent, reflective surface.

    Gray Moonstone

  • A tumble polished piece of banded agate stone.  The stone is dark gray with white and brown bands.

    Gray Banded Agate

  • A tumble polished turritella fossil agate stone.  The stone is a gray conglomerate of seashells.

    Turritella Agate

  • A tumble polished snowflake obsidian crystal.  The stone is black with white spotting.

    Snowflake Obsidian

  • A tumble polished hypersthene stone.  The stone is black with a shiny, metallic luster.

    Hypersthene

  • A tumble polished mahogany obsidian crystal.  The stone is black with chocolate brown.

    Mahogany Obsidian

  • A tumble polished hematite stone.  The rock is dark gray and has a metallic luster.

    Hematite

  • A tumble polished, iridescent mother of pearl shell.

    Mother Of Pearl

  • A purplish tumbled agate stone with sagenite needle inclusions.

    Sagenite Agate

  • A tumble polished sardonyx agate stone.  The stone is brown with banding.

    Sardonyx

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