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Petoskey Stone Jewelry

Petoskey Stone is found in Northern Lower Michigan and was chosen as the Michigan State Stone.  A hexagon-shaped fossil from the Devonian Period, this colonial coral is a plain-looking grayish beach stone, but shines up to make striking jewelry. The "eyes" of the coral make interesting patterns of dark and light, but still can be worn with any c...

Petoskey Stone is found in Northern Lower Michigan and was chosen as the Michigan State Stone.  A hexagon-shaped fossil from the Devonian Period, this colonial coral is a plain-looking grayish beach stone, but shines up to make striking jewelry. The "eyes" of the coral make interesting patterns of dark and light, but still can be worn with any color making it a tresured versatile jewelry choice.  We select the best stones looking for good patterns, and solid stones that will shine well.  After grinding off the grayish outer coating and polishing with our special buffing techniques, attractive hexagon patterns emerge.  Finally, our best Petoskey Stones are elegantly wire wrapped with top-quality 14/20 yellow gold, pink gold, and tarnish-resistant argentium silver wires, yielding handcrafted pendants of heirloom quality.

In addition to wire-wrapped pendants, we also offer earrings, and polished stones for home decor or rock collections.  We separately offer Pink Petoskey Stones, which we occasionally find in our rock hunts.  Totally natural, not dyed, both polished stones and jewelry are available.  Petoskey Stone pendants make excellent keepsake gifts for anyone who has spent time on Michigan beaches.

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  • Petoskey Stone Earrings

    Petoskey Stone is found in Northern Lower Michigan and was chosen as the Michigan State Stone.  A hexagon-shaped fossil from the Devonian Period, this colonial coral is a plain-looking beach stone, but shines up to make striking jewelry that can be worn with any color. Our earrings are made with 14/20 gold fill and sterling silver components.

  • Pink Petoskey Stone...

    Sometimes nature provides a little surprise and our Pink Petoskey Stones are our favorites.  As we collect stone, we lay aside these naturally tinted stones for a bit of special jewelry.  They have the Petoskey Stone look, but with a pink hue.  Read more about them in our Snob Blog.

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