I am no Geologist, but I have seen this formation before in the tailings of an Opal mine. You may want to check your local area for a rock hound club,
most towns have them. They are good people and are usually willing to help out. You may also try stores that sell rock hound equipment, panning,
shovels, etc. Good Luck!
I don't think it's amber, because it's so light and sounds like fine china when you tap it. Ding!
Someone said volcanic and I would think so, but we can't find anything similar. Most volcanic is dark and brittle, it seems.
I had a fine amber necklace I got on my honeymoon.
They seemed different. This is very much like glass. ???
Are you the guy that beat Stephen Colbert in the dance-off? Stephen Colbert LOL
My husband has another piece that is the same and it is not a geode but good guess. There was a repected rock sales man that he talked to and he said
it was a national treasure. Something that he had never seen before. He dealt in geodes for about 20 years, so I know it's not a geode or amber.
It's Smithsonite. It comes in several colors from light to dark green, yellow, purple, pink, blue, and white. It often grows in these botryoidal
(bubble shaped crystal growth) formations. Smithsonite Hope that helps. I have
a couple of nice pieces myself. Such as
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