Tasmanian Gemstone and mineral specimen Prospecting
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Hi Desurf. Happy to hear you and your girlfriend enjoyed the experience .Fossicking and Prospecting are a great pastime as well as enjoying the outdoors you get the thrill of finding your own gems and gold eh ! welcome to the forum . you will find many likeminded people here whom are only too pleased to pass on their knowledge and welcome you . have a look at PMAT as well , we are growing all the time , field trips will be happening from time to time and gives us all a chance to meet .The green ones look like sapphire to me , however you can get olivine - peridot in the area , some nice topaz there as well and the gold is intriguing from there , like to have a closer look sometime , Well Done .
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Great finds mate! In the past I have tossed away a few dubious looking green bits thinking they looked a lot like smashed bottle glass but there are definitely green sapphires around, I have a few very small ones but those look like a good size so well done. I recently found a thin piece of hollow hexagonal green glass from over 1m deep in gravel of a small creek that feeds into main creek. Funny what turns up from time to time, i thought it might have been a Chinese relic perhaps.
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