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Buy Rock Accessories Online

Updated on May 9, 2011

Buy Rock Accessories Online

We may have rocks in our head, but we think rocks really rock. Herein we present hard rock accessories for the rocker in all of us. Read on to learn the latest in rock accoutrement.

Your life may be rocky. Add some cork products to your daily routine to smooth things over. Wouldn't it be wonderful to trudge home after a long day in the mines to be greeted by a walkway light camouflaged as a rock? Only you will know the difference, until for sun sets. Your neighbors will gasp in awe as light streams from what appear to be ordinary stones.

Rock-based sculpture is extremely popular these days. People are lining up to pile rocks on top of each other in an artistic manner. The works won't naturally stack themselves!

Bormioli Rocco Rock Bar Stackable Rocks Glasses

Bormioli Rocco manufactures exquisite housewares and glassware in Italy and the United States. This fine glassware is imported from Italy in groups of 6: each glass is dishwasher safe and made from tempered glass for extra safety. Bormioli Rocco makes a stylish glass for every household application.

Moonrays 95828 Low Voltage Rock Spotlight Path Light

Some say that over gabillions of years, Mother Nature produced wonderfully complex life forms such as fish, birds, and Oprah. Obviously other folks disagree with the time frame. We can all agree that for whatever reason, Mother Nature has yet to create a rock with a light in it. This no longer a problem. The Moonrays 95828 is a poly-resin composite rock look-alike complete with a 20 watt spotlight smack dab in the middle. Buy them by the truckload and connect them to any low-voltage gardening light power system. Light up your neighborhood with rocks.


There's no school like a rock school. Students don't study geologic formations, rather they concentrate on stage diving and chord changes. Adorn your dorm room with the Headmaster of Headbanging, Jack Black. This full color poster complements any uncomplemented wall at college, university, trade school, or your parents basement if you didn't go to college and you're working your way up the corporate ladder at McDonalds. If Jack Black can make it to the top, so can you.

Jonas Brothers and Mitchie Insulated Lunch Kit from Disney's Camp Rock

Every self-respecting elementary school student insists on transporting their lunch with Camp Rock products from the Disney Corporation. This adorable lunch bucket is insulated with authentic insulation, guaranteed to keep juice boxes and fruit cups comfortably cool until 4th period lunch on the quad. Also approved for high school and college applications.

Zen Garden Septuplet 7 Rock Stacked Cairn Trail Marker Natural River Stone Art Statue

This matching set of 7 authentic rocks has been hand collected from Java Island and hand polished to enhance your Zen Garden. A specially engineered metal rod passes through a specially drilled hole through the center of the rockpile, ensuring many years of stackability. It looks like a Zen miracle, but it's actually simple engineering.

Bond 65029 Newcastle Propane Tabletop Firebowl with Lava Rock

Provide warmth and coziness for friends and family with the Bond 65029. Engineered to emit 12,000 BTU's of heat, this fetching device adds comfort and stylishness to any outdoor gathering. It's powered by propane, which is readily available wherever outdoor decks are installed.

Schonbek Lighting Chandeliers

A foyer is incomplete without a chandelier or two. No one among us wants to arrive home from a long day shuffling papers without being greeted by elaborate overhead arrangements of bulbs and glistening rocks. The ancient Greeks may have viewed chandeliers as status symbols: no doubt that suburban modern living attaches the same cachet.

Brussel's Satsuki Azalea Over Rock Specimen Bonsai

Tiny well-manicured trees enhance any decor. This amazing specimen is a one-of-a-kind example of the Bonsai art. it's even more special because a rock has been incorporated into the trunk. It's about 24" high and over 56 years old.


Life can be rocky: smooth it out with rock products.

The Bonsai tree is especially cool.


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    • nicomp profile imageAUTHOR

      nicomp really 

      7 years ago from Ohio, USA

      @drbj: NEVER as a bonsai tree its' age. Always check the drivers license.

      @Robwrite : Thank you. Your comment was inevitable and wholly appropriate.

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      7 years ago from Oviedo, FL

      This hub rocks!

    • drbj profile image

      drbj and sherry 

      7 years ago from south Florida

      nicomp - the bonsai tree looks like a real bargain. Did you know it's a male bonsai? How do I know? No female bonzai would tell you her age if she is 55.

    • nicomp profile imageAUTHOR

      nicomp really 

      7 years ago from Ohio, USA

      @Tom Whitworth: Our panel of experts suggests that you shine a rock light on the Rock of Ages. You might have the Rock of Ages made integrated into a chandelier or grow it into a bonsai tree.

    • Tom Whitworth profile image

      Tom Whitworth 

      7 years ago from Moundsville, WV


      I have an old rock with a fossil in it I found on a church outing. We call it "Rock of Ages". Have you seen any accessories for it?


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