Petrified Woods are numerous and unique. The quality of petrified wood is normally judged by color, rarity and how well it was replaced. Many woods if put side by side it's current cousin would look just like the living tree in it's cells, rings and structure. There are people who specialize in identifying petrified woods by the cell structure in the stone and matching it to living trees to identify the stone.

Petrified Wood 876  :  Some gemmy Arizona Petrified Wood in Bright colors. #gallery Petrified_Wood_876

CAB 876

Traded Petrified Wood 873:  A very gemmy Arizona Petrified Wood cab.  Gentle curves, high dome and a glossy finish. #gallery Traded_Petrified_Wood_873

Traded Cab - cut on shares

Petrified Wood 877  :  From the old Buried Forest of Last Chance Cyn, now part of the State Park and off limits to collecting.  There was a lot of wood here and huge logs still buried.  Palm and Oak, Fig and many other varieties.  It was a great collectin #gallery Petrified_Wood_877

CAB 877

Petrified Wood 878  :  From the old Buried Forest of Last Chance Cyn, now part of the State Park and off limits to collecting.  There was a lot of wood here and huge logs still buried.  Palm and Oak, Fig and many other varieties.  It was a great collectin #gallery Petrified_Wood_878

CAB 878

Petrified Palm 874  :  A fantastic Round of Palm fiber in a low dome high gloss cab. #gallery Petrified_Palm_874

CAB 874

Petrified Palm 875  :  Another slender necklace drop of Palm fiber.  This stuff really takes a polish. #gallery Petrified_Palm_875

CAB 875

Petrified Wood 879  :  Also from the old Buried Forest of Last Chance Cyn.  Just look at the cell structure!  This wood was some of the best replaced wood in California no question. #gallery Petrified_Wood_879

CAB 879

Petrified wood 880  :  Very nice colors and patterns in this tradional cab of some petrified wood I dug up near the town of Mina Nevada. #gallery Petrified_wood_880

CAB 880