We’ve been creating a few videos for youtube so you can see more detail of the products we have rather than just 2-3 photos, what do you think? Are they helpful?
Back to ‘stone stuff’ a while ago from certain folk there was a huge demand for water trapped within quartz due to it’s alleged purity, occasionally we’d see a few but now after a little closer examination we have a batch available, here a couple of samples. Click on the pics to see larger images, we’ve but a red cross below the ‘bubble’. The bubbles on these two actually move when you turn the crystal side to side. Obviously water isn’t the only liquid that is captured inside quartz. Occasionally we have points with oil inside which fluoresces under UV light(if you’re looking to buy one of these from ‘a dealer’ note that if the label says petroleum the price maybe be higher than a comparable ‘oil’ one).
‘merchant product team’ and their decision stands, we can’t advertise a sharks tooth fossil because it’s from a ‘shark’ even though it’s a prehistoric relative of a shark extinct some 30+ million years ago.
Apparently it’s extinct but still endangered…
Disappointing from an educational perspective – a fossil being stone created after the original animal(part) has been replaced, the Oxford University of Natural History has an easily understandable description.
This does ask questions, who in Google merchant products team can link a fossil from an extinct animal to a modern day creature?
From an education perspective is that correct?
Does Google consider their customers to be intellectually challenged?
What shall we teach our children about fossils or indeed Google?
But in the end its disappointing that with Google being such a big monolith you can’t reach anyone with some practical sense who could make an informed decision.
I know we fall a little behind on the marketing front and informing you of our news, but we do hope our quality ‘crystals and gem’ products and prices speak for themselves.
However we thought it important especially for fossil fans to know that Google sent us a 7 day warning yesterday for selling fossil sharks teeth(Striatolamia Macrota) in particular this lovely English sharks tooth fossil.
Horrified that we had received such an email especially because it quoted ‘Endangered Species‘
Presuming a little mis-understanding was at fault or perhaps automated scripts I called Google(Ireland) I spoke to a helpful chap explaining that the fossil tooth was probably between 33-66 million years old and was extinct 30+ million years ago, after a slight pause I was asked to hold, then I was told the issue would be passed to the Google products team, so now I’m awaiting a response hoping our account won’t be suspended and that fossil fans of all types whether collectors, interior designers, school children or history fans will still be able to explore natures wonders…