Origin: Kennedy Ranges of Western Australia
Description: Ironically this wood has nothing to do with peanuts, it is just called that because of its pattern. The wood was water logged, laying in the bottom of the ocean, near a river entrance. clams in the area bored holes into it, which were then later filled in and became the "white dots".
Chemical Composition: SiO2
Grade: Lapidary Grade
Inclusions: Almost none. The rind is sometimes waste material. soft common opal.
Cost per Gram: $0.20
Size approximately 1 pc: 10cm x 4cm x 1.5cm
Weight approximately 1 pc: 88g
Rough is rough. We do our best to grade and describe pieces in the lot, but ultimately, they all differ.