This cabochon of Ohio Flint has beautiful patterns with a glass like polish. Ohio flint was designated the official state gemstone of Ohio in 1965. Large quantities of this gemstone can be found in Ohio, especially in the eastern and central parts of the state. Ohio flint comes in a variety of color combinations that include red, pink, green, blue, yellow, gray, white, and black. Flint is a type of quartz, a hard and durable mineral. Native Americans used flint to make a wide variety of tools, weapons, and ceremonial pieces such as knives, arrowheads, and pipes. Early European settlers of Ohio also used flint for objects like millstones and rifle flints.
Flat polished beveled back