Photos from the Gem Show

New shirt celebrating the Kansas City Gem & Mineral Show.

New T-shirt celebrating the show and featuring a calcite crystal.

Shirts are only $10 and we have plenty left if you want one.

Four Show-Me Rockhounds members discussing pottery.

Show-Me Rockhounds members discussing pottery.

Show-Me Rockhounds members loading the storage container.

Show-Me Rockhounds members loading supplies into the storage container.

Unpacking boxes

Rockhounds hard at work.

Unpacking boxes

Unpacking boxes.

Bob selling minerals to some happy customers.

Bob selling minerals to some happy customers. Bob is a great salesman.

Making glass beads (lampwork) at the Three Trails Trading Post.

Making glass beads (lampwork) at the Three Trails Trading Post.

I took a lampwork class at the Three Trails Trading Post once and it was really fun. I highly recommend it.

Huge pieces of petrified wood from Lincoln Curios. They are in a display that looks like a forest.

Huge pieces of petrified wood from Lincoln Curios.

Arrowheads made by the Flint Knappers.

Arrowheads made by the Flint Knappers.

The Flint Knappers were next to our booth and they were making arrowheads and going tap, tap, tap the whole time.

Tubs full of geodes that you can have opened onsite.

The Geode Gallery lets you pick out a geode and have it opened onsite.

Pearls from Hartman Enterprises.

Pearls from Hartman Enterprises. There are miles of beads for sale at shows like this.

A rainbow crystal pendant for your chakras.

A rainbow crystal pendant for your chakras.

Colorful agate slabs with dragons, cats, penguins, and other creatures painted on them.

Painted agate slabs from Aerie Artwork

A display of metalworking tools made by the Sterling Guild.

A display of metalworking tools made by the Sterling Guild.

A display made by Bruce from IGAMS showing his new acquisitions from 2014.

A display made by Bruce from IGAMS showing his new acquisitions from 2014. Bruce made several displays and made the rest of us look like slackers.

Rectangular slabs of brown and yellow tiger's eye that resemble bacon.

Somebody decided that tiger’s eye looks like bacon slices when cut into slabs.

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