Easter Egg Chapenite

Easter Egg Chapanite comes from an isolated outcropping

Easter Egg Chapanite comes from an isolated outcropping

This Easter Egg Chapanite is found on a few isolated outcroppings. The mixed pinks, beige, salmon, violets, green, and mochas form the classic chapanite “broken bands” pattern that is cause from geologic activity.

Stones of this top shelf material range from small to medium and can be used for landscaping around patios, flower beds, walkways and pools. In addition to these bulk home improvement and construction uses, do to the interesting design, Chapanite is most commonly used as a lapidary material for cutting, polishing, and fabrication sculptures and jewelry.

  • Patterned agates/jaspers/opalite silicate mix; pinks, beige, salmon, green, and mochas
  • aggregate rocks ranging from 1 – 10 inches
  • Natural Veneers, Cutting Boards, tiles, bookends cut to order
  • Semi-precious Cutting Rough per 50 kilo bag