Gary Green Bog Fossil Bookends


A gorgeous pair of cut and polished Gary Green Bog bookends from McDermitt Oregon. Has wonderful green and red colors. Cut from the same piece to show nearly identical sides.

Approximate dimensions; 9 1/2″ W x 7 1/2″ T x 2″ D

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Gary Green Bog

Also known as Larsonite and McDermitt Green Jasper, Gary Green Bog is petrified swamp bog. During the Miocene Age (11-14 million years ago) wood, algae, swamp vegetation, and mud were covered by volcanic ash and eventually fossilized by silica-rich minerals. The bog material gets its green color from traces of iron, aluminum, potassium, sodium, and calcium. Any brown/beige/red tones come from the vegetation burned by the volcanic ash. Gary Green Bog is found in Southern Oregon near the town of McDermitt.


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Weight 128 oz


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