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This rock shop is worth the drive from Sedona! They have an amazing collection of rocks, crystals and fossils. I bought a fossilized dinosaur tooth for my grandson. They also had darling geodes the size of a golf ball, precut. It was fun opening them...More
My mother in law is a “rock hound”. We knew that she would love the rock shop. It’s very well organized with rocks and minerals labeled She loved every moment we were there. The couple ( and their sweet little dogs) are very friendly and...More
Im not a rock guy but it was the only place open Sunday morning so 4 of us stopped in. I thought they had a nice selection of rocks and rock related things plus misc yard art. My wife and I bought the attached pic...More
This is a very complete rock shop with knowledgeable owners. And they have all the equipment you might need to do your own rock hunting, polishing, or jewelry making. The only caveat is that they are a but too expensive.
Purchased a piece of malachite polished. $185. Got home and found out the value was about $59.00! This cute little couple charged us about 3 to 5 times the actual highest retail price I could find. My jeweler said I was definitely taken. Buyer beware!!!
We were on our way to Clarksdale to ride the Verde Canyon Railroad and stopped in Jim & Ellen's Rock Shop. Greeted by a friendly dog. Owners weren't interested in us at all, only in their own conversation with each other. Jim brought out some...More
We were on a rock hunting trip through Arizona and even stopped in Quartzsite. This is a must go to rock store for an experienced collector to a beginner. Rocks/slabs are labeled and owners provide a written descriptions. I purchased some beautiful cabochons. Ellen was...More
My son and I had visited a few other rock stores while visiting Sedona and they all were the same. Some nice rocks but limited selection and high tourist town prices. Jim & Ellen's Rock Shop was different. It had a very large selection but...More