Petoskey Stone Cufflinks
NEW! Michigan Petoskey Stone Cufflinks. Wear a piece of the Michigan fossil record, and let all your friends know how smart you are about minerals, history and Michigan. And they're dang pretty.
- Each stone averages 11mm to 15mm in diameter
- Silver electroplate over copper cufflinks.
- Polished natural Petoskey stones
- Stones tumbled to 600 grit with an oiled, smooth matte finish
Designated the state stone of Michigan in 1965, Petoskey stones Hexagonaria percarinata are coral reef fragments deposited during the Devonian period, and later carried by glacial movement.
Petoskey stones can be found on various beaches and inland locations in Michigan, with many of the most popular being those surrounding Petoskey and Charlevoix. The movement of the frozen lake ice acting on the shore during the winters is thought to turn over stones at the shore of Lake Michigan, exposing new Petoskey stones at the water's edge each spring.
Handmade in the USA in our Detroit, Michigan studio. This item is available for immediate shipping.