lapidary organizations, clubs in the Best of the Web Directory

lapidary organizations, clubs

  • Alabama Mineral & Lapidary Society

    An organization for the people interested in geology, mineralogy, paleontology, and the lapidary arts. Birmingham, Alabama.

  • Antioch Lapidary Club

    A club of members with experience in finding, identifying and shaping precious and semi-precious stones and working with metals. Antioch, CA.

  • Bellevue Rock Club Inc.

    Fosters, promotes and develops the interests and education of our members and others in geology, mineralogy, lapidary, gemology and related sciences and subjects. Bellevue, WA.

  • Burlington Gem and Mineral Club

    A club open to anyone interested in minerals, mineral collecting, gems, fossils, and lapidary crafts. South Burlington, Vermont.

  • Central Michigan Lapidary and Mineral Society

    Promoting interest in, and increased knowledge of the fields of mineralogy, paleontology, geology, and the lapidary arts. East Lansing, MI.

  • Everett Rock & Gem Club

    A group of persons who have chosen the collection of rocks, fossils, minerals and gemstones, the practice of lapidary art and jewelry making as their hobby.

  • The Gem, Lapidary, and Mineral Society

    An organization of people with an interest in earth sciences, geology, mineralogy, paleontology, fossils, lapidary arts, and related subjects. Montgomery County MD.

  • Mid-Tennessee Gem and Mineral Society

    A non-profit educational society dedicated to the study and enjoyment of the earth sciences and is open to the public for the education of all who wish to attend. Murfreesboro, TN.

  • Mississippi Gem and Mineral Society

    Provides field trips, attending classes on the lapidary arts, which includes wire-wrapping, silver-smithing, cabbing, and faceting, for it's members.

  • Monongahela Rockhounds

    A mineral, fossil, and lapidary club in the Pittsburgh area.

  • Parma Lapidary Club

    Stimulating interest in the lapidary and metalworking arts and in geology, mineralogy, paleontology, and other related earth sciences. Cleveland, OH.

  • Pleasant Oaks Gem and Mineral Club of Dallas

    Promoting interest in the various earth sciences, in particular those areas dealing with the science of gems, minerals and fossils, the art of cutting and polishing gemstones.

  • Rhode Island Mineral Hunters

    Educating members on the appreciation and study of minerals, crystals, fossils, and all aspects of the earth sciences.

  • The Summit Lapidary Club

    A group of members interested in a variety of lapidary arts, such as gem and mineral collection, jewelry making, silversmithing and faceting. Cuyahoga Falls, OH.

  • Wasatch Gem Society

    Stimulating interest in the collecting of gem material, minerals, and fossils and the cutting and polishing of gem material and related arts and crafts.

  • West Seattle Rock Club

    Promotes further education and lapidary skills for all and conducts field trips for exploration and collection of minerals, gems, rocks and fossils.

  • West Suburban Lapidary Club

    Fostering the development of the lapidary arts and jewelry craftsmanship. Elmhurst Illinois.

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