Howlite (sometimes called Howelite) was first found in Nova Scotia, and later, in California. It is one of those minerals that is famous for imitating another mineral – often that is turquoise because it can accept dyes pretty easily, and is often dyed blue or turquoise. Some prefer to paint on Howlite.
Please enlarge and view the photographs for more detailed views. Shown wet to simulate polish. As with all natural rock, there may be fractures or pits to seal or work around. Each slab has the approximate dimensions listed. I use the longest and widest point and the thinnest, it’s not averaged.
We have worked hard with the lighting and the settings on the camera so that the colors are very accurate. Individual settings may affect color viewing on various devices and I cannot predict what your device will do, but on my Macbook Pro, they’re dead on for color. I appreciate your business!