These 3 Leland Blue stones from the shores of Lake Michigan in Leland are filled with crusty, rusty bits, shiny glassy spots, and interesting holes and craters. These are great hunks of beauty that will be fun to create with.
Each one is between 1 1/2" - 2" in diameter.
Back in the late 1800’s, the Leland Lake Superior Iron Company was taking iron ore from the Upper Peninsula, heating it up until it was molten and the result was pure iron. The leftover impurities were cast into Lake Michigan where they’ve been getting tossed around and shaped into precious little treasures all of these years.