Rock Solid: Lapidary & Beads

Rock Solid/Artistry Workshop Class Schedule Lapidary Class Schedule

Rock Solid: Lapidary & Beads of Wyoming
Artistry Workshop: Crafting Classes & Kits
Divisions of Gustin Enterprises
A supplier of Lapidary Rock and Mineral/Rock/Crystal Specimens

518 E. Main Street, Riverton, WY


Tuesday, Thursday & Friday 11am - 5pm

Wednesday 9am - 5pm // Saturday 10am - 1pm

Closed Sunday & Monday

A retail store of finished, often one-of-a-kind items chosen for their natural rock beauty.

Rock Solid/Artistry Workshop of Riverton, Wyoming is a hive of creativity in Rock. Our retail store is a centrally located facility giving artists and crafters a place to teach and learn.

The lives of those who find joy, creativity and satisfaction with the act of creating arts and crafts is inter-twined with the community we know as Wyoming.

We want this facility to exhibit this dynamic relationship.
Our Retail Store is located at 518 E. Main Street in Riverton, Wyoming. The store is focused on providing interesting and unusual beading supplies, mineral specimens and all the pieces and parts to make your own unique jewelry. We also carry pocket rocks, and objects'de art made from rock.
We are intalling a lapidary shop and a lapidary teaching area.

Our Main Street store front carries rough lapidary rock, books, beads, silversmithing & lapidary supplies and tools.

We have local jewelry artists which sell and display their goods
We give classes at our store. Click Here to see the schedule.

The Rough and slabbed rock has been collected through estates. The collection started as a personal rock pile of my husbands' over 40 years ago. It has taken over our yard and we have decided to put some of the items up for sale.
The majority of the Product is from Wyoming and dates to the 50's and 60's when many lapidary rock mining claims existed in Wyoming. Enjoy seeing the specimens and material which is not available due to closure of lands and loss of mining claims.

Additionally, there is rock of which we do not know the origin. We will just state it is agate, jasper or other generic term. Some of the slabs were in the mix of different estates - and often the cutter had some other idea and so we ended up with a collection of different depths, many end-cuts and some varing depths (must have taken it out of the saw, then started again!) A real mish-mash. We will try to give as accurate descriptions as possible.


Plume agate

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