Crystal Show with Jerry Marchand

Jerry Marchand

Come by anytime during open shopping hours!

  • Saturday, November 24
  • 10:00 am-5:00 pm
  • Sunday, November 25
    11:00 am-4:00 pm

We are very excited to welcome Jerry back once again to share his many beautiful crystals with us!

Jerry Marchand is a geologist and miner with some of the finest crystals, rocks and minerals in New England as well as importing from all over the world. Some of what Jerry is bringing for this show are pieces of cathedral quartz, Lemurian quartz, smokey quartz, pink phantom quartz, Himalayan pink quartz, green quartz, apophyllite (clear, green and red), heulandite, stilbite, and cavansite. He’ll also have one of a kind selections of minerals from several old collections.
 
Most of his pieces are unpolished, in their natural form. Come see what might make a wonderful addition to your home, office, or studio space. Or a special piece for you to work with in meditation and healing. These crystals provide beauty, healing, and connection to our Mother Earth! 

In addition, he will also have several of his musical CD’s available for purchase including his peaceful celtic harp, flute, violin, guitar, and hammer dulcimer music. 

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Jerry Marchand

Jerry Marchand

Jerry is an avid field collector of gems, minerals, crystals, and fossils. He makes hand-made jewelry and operates his own business selling these one-of-a-kind items, along with his musical performances and recordings.

Jerry worked in the field of computers and electronics for 30 years and currently works at the prestigious Mt. Holyoke College in South Hadley, MA in the Earth and Environment Department. He works with the mineral collection there and a Scanning Electron Microscope. In a sense, this work dovetails with his experiences mining and selling minerals; he has a multi-faceted perspective.

Jerry Marchand began playing the Celtic harp in 1990 after hearing the work of Kim Robertson; he first heard her beautiful melodies when he was mining Herkimer Diamond Crystals in Fonda, New York. Later he studied with Joyce Rice, Kasha Breau and Felicia Swados.  

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