Friday, September 11, 2009

Special Natural Copper Specimens for Bloggers Only

OK, we have this great collection of Rock & Mineral Specimens just in. Been talking about to everyone we run into! Excited doesn't do the collection justice. You have to come in to see it to believe it. And we are not even in the rock business officially other than of course gold specimens... so this is pretty exciting to us.

For fun, one of our followers suggested we keep something special aside for our blog followers only. Great idea. Gives us a chance to see how many of you are actually following us as well as giving our followers a special thank you.

We have pulled aside several specimens that we will keep in the back room just for you. Just let us know you are one of our blog followers and we will pull the special stuff out. This offer is also being spread on our twitter account. All specimens are available on a first come, first serve basis and limited to stock on hand.

Some of these pieces are especially beautiful for possible jewelry making as well as collection pieces. The photos below are of some of the natural copper specimens. They sell for only $2.00 each and are beautifully intricate and lacy looking. One pair have already gone out for a pair of earrings. Lets see what you can do!


Anonymous said...

Thanks for sharing this link, but unfortunately it seems to be down... Does anybody have a mirror or another source? Please reply to my post if you do!

I would appreciate if a staff member here at could post it.


Ironstone Museum said...

We still have beautiful Natural Copper and Silver Specimens available here at Ironstone Heritage Museum, as well as other great mineral specimens. If you are interested in specific pieces or price ranges, let us know.

Heritage Museum

Anonymous said...

Thank you, that was extremely valuable and interesting...I will be back again to read more on this topic.

Anonymous said...


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May I use some of the information from this blog post right above if I provide a backlink back to your website?


Ironstone Museum said...

You are welcome to use information provided on our blog. Would love a backlink as well. Thank you and enjoy.

Anonymous said...

where are they from?

Ironstone Museum said...

We still have a few pieces of the copper available. The collection is a liquidation sale of a retired retailer from Nevada. We don't have access to information on the origins of the copper. Many of the mineral specimens were labeled when they arrived, but as many were not.