Origin: Georgetown, Texas, USA
Description: Georgetown Flint has adopted its name due to an unusually good variety that occurs within Edwards Plateau, found distinctly throughout it's eastern fringe. In the early 1970s The “discovery” of a massive, newly exposed source of this world-class material came out of the Texas Crushed Stone Quarry south of Georgetown, Texas. Georgetown Flint quickly became extremely popular amongst the flintknapping community at the time.
Chemical Composition: SiO2
Grade: Lapidary Grade
Inclusions: Other than the rind, Georgetown flint is almost inclusion free. there is almost never cracks in it.
Cost per Gram: $0.08
Approximate Size of 1 pc: 12.5cm x 10cm x 5.5cm
Approximate Weight of 1 pc: 1kg
Rough is rough. We do our best to grade and describe pieces in the lot, but ultimately, they all differ.