Petrified Wood Store – Petrified Wood and Accessories For Sale

Welcome to our website,, the world's leading site for finding all types of authentic petrified wood for sale! Here, you can shop for dozens of types of petrified wood, as well as learn more about the petrification process. Whether you're looking for your first or piece of petrified wood or your hundredth, you can find it here at some of the lowest prices around. To get started, just scroll through the store categories on the right-hand side of the page. We've done our best to neatly categorize the different petrified wood items sold here by placing them in their respective categories. In the event you don't see the item you're looking for, try typing it into the search box at the top of the page.

Petrified WoodIn addition to offering our visitors one of the largest selections of petrified wood for sale, we also have articles, resources, photos and videos. We're nuts about petrified wood and love to share this knowledge with our visitors. If you want to learn more about petrified wood, you can check out the informative resources here. Also, be sure to check back frequently, as our staff is constantly updating the site with new content.

What is Petrified Wood?

Petrified wood refers to trees or tree-like plants which have gone through the permineralization process, essentially transforming them into hardened fossils. During this process, the natural materials inside the tree are replaced by surrounding minerals, such as quartz, iron, copper, etc. These minerals are essentially what gives the petrified wood their beautiful, vibrant colors. Although petrification changes the materials inside a piece of wood, it will typically retain its originally shape.

Most of the petrified wood and accessories listed on our website include small pieces used for collectibles and jewelry. However, it's important to note that there are entire forests of petrified wood throughout the world. Ecuador's Puyango forest is one of the largest petrified forests in the world. Unfortunately, chopping down and taking petrified wood from these forests is usually prohibited.

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When is comes to the uses of petrified wood, the sky's the limit. The sheer beauty and uniqueness is something that's not found in traditional wood or other materials. In fact, many individuals collect petrified wood simply because of their magnificent colors and shimmering detail. The beauty of petrified wood is something that you must see to believe. Depending on the minerals used in its fossilization process, it could take on a number of different color. Another reason why people seek to collect petrified wood is due to their old age. Depending on where the wood was harvested, it could be over 300 million years old!

Petrified wood can be used for more than just collecting. If you're looking for a stylish paperweight that's sure to draw both questions and compliments, try using a piece of petrified wood. They're a heavy, durable and stunning to look at look. Besides, isn't a piece of petrified wood more pleasing to look at than a typical glass paperweight?

The most common use for petrified wood is likely for jewelry. Small pieces of petrified wood can be broken off, smoothed down and used for a variety of types of jewelry, such as earrings, necklaces, bracelets, pendants and more. Because of their bold, shimmering colors, petrified wood is the perfect material to use in the construction of jewelry.