Pork Stone, Bacon Stone Slice Specimen
This unusual rock is known as pork stone, found only in a few places worldwide. Pork stone gets its name from its striking resemblance to bacon, and it's prized for its beautiful color patterns. The stone is formed when layers of sediment are compressed over millions of years, and the resulting rock is then polished to reveal its hidden colors. If you're lucky enough to find a piece of pork stone, you'll have a unique item that will spark a conversation.
L: 1.30" x W: 1.00" x H: 3.00"
0.27 lbs. (122g)
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