Crystals & minerals at HETTIES Rock & Crystal Shop

By: Hettie's Rock & Crystal Shop  06-Dec-2011
Keywords: Stone, Crystals

This is a list of Rocks, Gems, Minerals and Crystals that we have in our shop. It is not 100% complete as we have not listed many of the one off specimens that we have instore. We endeavour to keep this range instore but as we source, cut, polish and prepare many of these items ourselves (see workshop page), sometimes we run short of certain items, or they become difficult to source. The picture is only one example of what we may have in the particular stone. We stock tumbles, natural, cut faced, dome polished, rough cutting, cabochons, wands, carvings, jewellery, spheres, eggs and more...

Currently every items on this page is instore 10th May 2009

Accretionary Lapilli

Actinolite in Quartz

Actinolite - New Zealand

Agate Apricot

Agate - Australian

Agate Black

Agate Black Lace

Agate Blue Lace Drusy Quartz

Agate - Botswana

Agate - Brazil

Agate Calico Lace

Agate - Crazy Lace

Agate Crocadile

Agate Dendritic

Agate - Desperado

Agate Dyed

Agate Eye

Agate Eye of Shiva

Agate - Fire

Agate - Galactic

Agate Magpie

Agate - Moss

Agate

Agate - New Zealand

Agate Snakeskin

Agate Storm

Agate Turritella

Alabaster

Aluminum Sulphate Crystals

Alunite

Amazonite - Brazil

Amazonite - Peru

Amazonite - Russia

Amber

Amegreen

Amethyst - Bolivia

Amethyst - Brazil

Amethyst - Canada

Amethyst Chevron

Amethyst Rock

Amethyst Smoky

Amethyst Spirit

Amethyst Zambian

Amethyst Zebra

Ametrine

Angelite

Angel Wing Amethyst

Anhydrite

Antigorite

Aotea Stone - Fuschite

Apache Tears

Apatite - Blue

Apatite - Green

Apophyllite

Apophyllite Green

Aqua-aura

Aquamarine

Aquamarine Crystals

Aquamarine with Tourmaline Inclusions

Aragonite

Aragonite Blue

Aragonite Golden

Aragonite Sputnik

Arendalite

Arfvedsonite

Argillite

Asbestos

Atacamite

Atlantisite

Aventurine

Axinite

Azurite

Azurite/Malachite composite

Barite Roses

Basalt

Basinite

Bauxite

Beryl - Green

Beryl - Yellow

Binghamite

Bismuth

Black Kyanite

Black Opalite

Black Sarsonyx

Black Serpentinite

Black Star Diopside

Black Tourmaline

Bloodstone

Blue Coral

Blue Hue Malachite

Blue Jade

Blue Moonstone

Blue Tigers Eye

Boji Stones

Bowenite

Brimstone

Bronzite

Buddstone

Bustamite

Butter Jade

Calcite Banded

Calcite Blue

Calcite Clear

Calcite Geodes

Calcite Golden

Calcite Green

Calcite Honey

Calcite - Madagascar

Calcite Orange

Calcite Red

Calcite Rhombohedrals

Calcite Sand Crystals

Calcite Yellow New Zealand

Californite

Carnelian

Carnelian Madagascan

Carnelian - Brown

Cataclismic Quartz Schist

Catlinite

Cats Eye

Celedonite in Huelandite

Celestite

Chabazite - NZ

Chalcedony

Chalcedony Blue

Chalcedony Blue Mist

Chalcedony Lacy

Chalcedony Orange

Chalcedony Orange River

Chalcedony Yellow Moss

Chalcopyrite - Peacock Ore

Charoite

Chiastolite

Chlorite in Tibetan Quartz

Chrysanthemum Stone NZ

Chrysocollla

Chrysocolla with Cuprite

Chrysoprase - Australia

Chrysoprase - Brazil

Cinnabar

Citrine

Citrine Lemon

Citrine Madeira

Citrus Chrysoprase

Clevlandite

Cobaltoan Calcite

Concretions

Copper Flowers

Copper Ore (Native)

Covelite

Creedite

Crocidolite

Crocoite

Cubic Pyrite

Cuprite

Cymophane

Dalmation Stone

Danburite

Datolite

Dendrite

Denim Lapis

Dendritic Opalite

Deschutes Jasper

Desert Rose Tan - Australia

Desert Rose White  - Mexico

Devils Dice

Devils Toe Nails - Fossil Gastropods

Dinosaur food - Fossil

Diopside

Dolomite

Dravite

Dumorterite

Dunite

Keywords: Crystals, Stone

Contact Hettie's Rock & Crystal Shop

Email

Print this page

Other products and services from Hettie's Rock & Crystal Shop

06-Dec-2011

Articles

This led to the interest of crystal collecting and because of their popularity; some mines now allow the collecting of specimens whom they on sell to dealers and museums. Diamonds are one of the most famous gemstones mined, but only a small few make it to jewellery grade, by far the majority end up as industrial Diamonds used for cutting.


06-Dec-2011

Home

We are now New Zealand's oldest Rock & Crystal Shop and specialise in QUALITY rare crystals, gemstones, rocks, minerals and fossils. HETTIE'S Rock & Crystal Shop was established in September, 1968 by Hetties Feith Wells. Your support keeps New Zealand's LAST Manufacturing Rock Shop.


06-Dec-2011

our workshop at HETTIES Rock & Crystal Shop

We do repair work for our customers, antique shops and other retailers and we do custom work for several manufacturing jewellers, and of course, we make special one off items for our own customers. Being the only manufacturing crystal shop, puts us in a unique position of being able to offer our customers an unparalleled range of rocks and manufactured items.


06-Dec-2011

HETTIES Rock & Crystal Shop Ford MODEL a 1929

HETTIE'S Rock & Crystal Shop has A 1929 FORD MODEL A. We imported it from Duffy's Collectable Cars in Iowa, USA and use it for carting rocks to and from the shop. We have alot of fun with it and it is often parked out the front of HETTIE'S on Tuesday through to Saturday. Our Old style shop logo was made by morphing the Ford logo into our current shop logo. AHUUGA is popular with the children and older cutomers that visit the shop.


06-Dec-2011

Beware of Fake Stones sold on the internet

It is an unfortunate occurance, but some unscrupulus retailers and even honest ones who simply do not know their stones well enough; are selling Fake, Dyed and Manufactured Composite stones as the "Genuine Article". Even worse is this Poly-Resin Plastic composite passed off as Turquoise, you will see this for sale on the internet auction sites as "Genuine" Turquoise.


06-Dec-2011

how to make a pendulum at HETTIES Rock & Crystal

We Manufacture many items at HETTIES, our large Earth Healing Pendulums are well sought after and seldom make it to the shop, as many local therapists are still on the waiting list. Grinding the preform into a Pendulum shape, this is the longest part of the process. We start with a large piece of stone, this Pendulum will be made from Pounamu. Pre-polsihing on a 50,000 diamond wheel, then polishing on 100,000 diamond.