Pudding Stone Slab from Michigan


A loaded Puddingstone Slab from Michigan. Cut in my lapidary workshop. Colors are Red Jasper,  black, brown, tan and white quartz. Puddingstone is the name given to the rock by the British when they occupied Drummond Island. Pudding Stone came down to Michigan with the continental ice shelf and can be found anyplace in Michigan. This would make some nice cabochons. Width 5 1/2″.  Height 4 1/4″  Thickness 3/16″.  Weight 6.7 oz.  (B)

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