Glow Notes - Displays


An example of how a well designed display can be built to accentuate any decor.  The top is 3 sedimentary slabs from the Green River formation and contain fossil fish. Inside the cabinet is a shortwave light from Engenious Designs. Most of the specimens are from the famous Sterling Mine, Ogdensberg, NJ.  Posted to our Fluorescent Mineral Facebook Group by one of our members.

(Click to open a larger image, display and photo by Paul Tackowiak)



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