Bismuth crystals (element 83 on the periodic table) are hailed across the world as an incredibly beautiful crystal grown out of molten metal. Grown in my laboratory workshop, these are exceptionally rare pure gold crystals. Bismuth naturally forms crystals in iridescent colors, but these are created through a very carefully controlled process to create amazing shiny solid gold colors, making exotic bismuth crystals even more exceptional.
These bismuth crystals make a perfect paperweight, gift for rock hounds, or conversation piece for collectors. Each piece of gold bismuth is completely unique, and measures approximately 2.5" in diameter. The hopper crystals occur when one side cools faster than the other, causing it to make sharp turns when its crystals are growing, creating the incredible geometries you see. Each crystal is 99.99% elementally pure, and can be used for jewlry making or very large projects. Smaller pieces available as well.
Pictured are the contrasts to normal bismuth crystals (also available in my store). Please contact me with questions - we can grow any size of crystal, including up to 12" long.
Expedited shipping and rush orders are available, for an added fee. Please note that international orders can have added shipping expenses if the sketchbook sizes are selected, as they are double the size and weight of the normal covers. Please contact us for details!
Any cancellations made after three days from submitted an order on a custom cover can be refunded, minus 30% for materials and labor. Since each item is custom made, there are some sunk costs that can't be refunded, hence the fee.
Returns & exchanges
We stand by our work - any issues with the product itself we will address directly, either through a refund or a replacement, and we will fix any issues that arise through defect.
If the wrong size was ordered or you ultimately need a case made for a different device than you had originally expected, a replacement can be made for a 20% order fee, plus shipping costs both ways to return the mistaken order.