This small gallery-like space showcases one of the world’s oldest art forms, crystal minerals. Displayed as objets d’arts are some of the earth’s most exquisite natural jewels in an array of spectacular hues, shapes, and textures. “Basically it’s cool stuff, rocks that we like,” says Mark Shedrofsky, who launched the business two years ago. While it works with top-end designers and architects, private collectors, and even such institutions as the Smithsonian and the Sorbonne, this space, located in a charming old factory right on the river, is its first retail location. The art objects showcased range from cylindrical candle holders of orange honey comb calcite to a large, sculpture-like, clear corpse cluster along with a special collection of slabs for building use, including basalt from the Basaltine quarry located north of Rome, schist from Ashfield Stone in Massachusetts, and marble from Vermont Verde Antique. Rounding out the selection are custom stone coffee tables, including one of Onondaga limestone and stunning crystal and gem jewelry.