Roth’s Rocks offers Kona Dolomite by the pound or ton. Kona Dolomite has many wonderful uses such as supplies for lapidary, decorative boulders or stones for landscaping, and polished slabs make exquisite pieces for specimen display.
As rock hounds from the past few decades have discovered, Kona Dolomite, when found with the deep dark red “moose blood” markings, is absolutely astounding no matter what you decide to use it for.
Please see our selection of Kona Dolomite photos below:
Raw Kona Dolomite
Moose Blood Kona Dolomite
Polished Kona Dolomite
Carved Kona Dolomite
Kona Dolomite Jewelry
If you need large quantities of Kona Dolomite, then you have come to the right place. Roth’s Rocks will help you out! Get a hold of us and let’s make a deal.
Kona Dolomite History:
Named after the Kona Hills south of Marquette County, Michigan where it is found. Kona Dolomite is an ancient rock in which formations of fossil stromatolite (blue-green algae) occur. The stone is between 2.1 to 2.2 billion years old. These stromatolite formations are from some of the first life on earth. These fossil formations are found in the lower eras of the Middle Precambrian Period.
Because of its great age, and due to the many trace minerals present, kona dolomite can be found in a wide variety of shades including pink, brown, yellow, cream, red and orange with shades of brown, cream, gray and black mottling, banding and lacing.