Gemstones Made of Car Paint
'Fordite' is a byproduct of old auto factories
Fordite (pictured below) is a “gemstone” used in handcrafted jewelry and other art. Also known as “Motor Agate,” the industrial compound is the product of the long-discontinued practice of spray painting cars by hand on the production line. The “rocks” are actually layers-upon-layers of heat-hardened paint.
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