National Jeweler. March 16, 2006. “The Tucson Edge” by Teresa Novellino. pp. 26-28. This article highlights some of the more popular gemstones selling in Tucson this year, including our pink tourmaline from the Himalaya Mine, Peridot cabochons, cats-eye tourmaline, and an all-time favorite, Peruvian Blue Opal.
JCK. February 2006. “Upfront/Gems – Variquoise Veins” by Gary Roskin, G.G. FGA. p. 54.
Lapidary Journal. September 2005. “Finding New Direction in Design” by Henry Hunt. pp. 35-40. Richard Shull’s curvilinear design and Amethyst carving is discussed and pictured on page 38.
JQ – The International Jewelry Quorum. January/February 2006. “Facets – Historic Lode of Turquoise and Variscite Unearthed in Nevada.” p. 12.
JCK. May 2005. “A Tale of Tucson – Tuscon Report” by Gary Roskin, G.G., FGA. pp. 127-130. Images of Richard Shull’s carved Red Labradorite (Oregon Sunstone)and Afghan tourmaline appear on page 130.
Lapidary Journal. June 2004. “Rising Sunstone” by Chris Rose. pp. 28-31. This article features images and some stones from Out of Our Mines.
JCK. February 2003. “Mined in America” by Gary Roskin, G.G. FGA. pp. 110-119.
Colored Stone. May/June 2003. “Selling Naked – Can you sell gems based on the fact that they’re not enhanced? Some companies are doing just that.” By Marlene A. Prost. pp. 38-40. This article interviews Richard and Helen Shull and shows Richard’s carved Mexican Fire Opal.
Ornament. Vol. 26, No. 2 Winter 2002/03. “Marianne Hunter – A Luxuriant Metamorphosis” By Carolyn L.E. Benesh. pp. 56-61. This article on Marianne Hunter’s stunning jewelry work shows how she incorporated Richard Shull’s Holley Lavender Chalcedony into one of her pieces. See page 61. See also page 2 to see the Shull’s beads in another of Marianne’s pieces.
JCK. May 2000. “Gem Notes – Report from Tucson Part II” by Gary Roskin, G.G., FGA. pp. 46-60. Richard Shull, with Charles Vargas, shows off the new color change andradite garnets from Arizona. See pp. 50-51.
Gems & Gemology. Winter 2000. “Gem Localities of the 1990s” By James E. Shigley, et. al., pp. 292-335. Out of Our Mines’ American Golden Opal cabochon is shown in the North America/Nevada Opal locality listing. See page 320.
Colored Stone. Tucson Show Guide 2002. “Tucson Notebook – Suit and Necktiles.” p. 208. A highlight of our new line of Necktiles – geometrically-cut focal bead pendants.
A World of Dreams. October 2002. “Exposition – A Tucson les pierres font salons” par Didier Brodbeck. pp. 151-156. This article highlights the Tucson Shows with a full page image of three of Richard Shull’s opal carvings – Mexican, Peruvian, and American. See page 155.
Lapidary Journal. 2001. Media Kit Cover. http://www.outofourmines.com/press/MediaKitCover.html Click the link to see Richard Shull’s Ametrine carving set in a 14K gold pendant. This image was used all year to sell advertising for Lapidary Journal. Inspirational!
Lapidary Journal. June 2000. “Top 10 Tucson Trends” by Si and Ann Frazier pp. 24-29. Two of the trends: Out of Our Mines’ Yellow Nevada Opal and “Smoketrine” and Natural Citrine from California.
Times Standard, Eureka, CA. Sunday, December 26, 1999. “Out of Our Mines’ – Arcata jewelers go out to the source for their materials.” pp. C1-C4.
Times Standard, Eureka, CA. Friday September 24, 1999. “Out of Our Mines’ – A Gem of A Show” p. C1
Lapidary Journal. July 1999. Cover Photo. Richard Shull’s Oregon Sunstone carving is featured on the cover of this issue.
Lapidary Journal. June 1999. “Heading West” by Chris Rose and Judith H. Rose. pp. 53-56. See images by Helen Constantine-Shull and stones cut by Richard Shull, G.G.
JCK. April 2001. “Tuscon Report – If It’s February, This Must Be Tuscon” by Gary Roskin, G.G., FGA. pp. 125-127 Gary highlights Out of Our Mines studio cut pink and blue opal beads.
JCK. June 1999. “Gem Notes” by Gary Roskin, G.G., FGA. pp. 44-46. Highlights Southern California Tourmalines and our new co-ownership of the Himalaya Mine.
Lapidary Journal. February 1999. “The Himalaya Rises Again” by Mark Lurie. pp. 24-28. The story of the re-opening of the Himalaya Mine. See page 26 for Richard Shull’s carved pink tourmaline.
Gems & Gemology. Winter 1999. “Gem News – ‘American Golden Opal’ from Nevada” p. 212.
The Lumberjack. October 13, 1998. “Area Miners find subsistence and art beneath the mountains.” p. 14.
Lapidary Journal. July 1998. “Facets – Don’t Fence Me In” p. 16. Features a 14k gold, Nevada Variscite, ruby, and tsavorite garnet jewelry piece by Richard Shull, G.G.
Modern Jeweler. April 1998. “Tucson Review” p. 54 Features opal beads made by Richard and Helen Shull.
Colored Stone. March/April 1998. “Reporter’s Notebook” p. 36 Highlights Richard and Helen’s custom bead jewelry.
Colored Stone. March/April 1998. Cover Photo and “Tucson Goes Boom” by Morgan Beard. pp. 13-17 Highlights Peruvian Blue Opal carving by Richard M. Shull, G.G.
Jewellery International. January/February 1998. “Tucson Preview” p. 47 Features three of Richard’s carved gemstones – Peruvian Blue Opal, Ametrine, and Chrysoprase.
Lapidary Journal. 1997-2000 Marketing and Planning Guides and other magazine promotions. The magazine used the image of Richard Shull’s carved ametrine from their 50th Anniversary cover.
Lapidary Journal. July 1997. Cover Feature “Family Connection” by Cathleen McCarthy. pp. 30-34
Gems & Gemology. Spring 1997. “Gem News – Botryoidal white opal from Milford, Utah” pp. 63-64. Stone cut by Richard M. Shull, G.G. Colored Stone. March/April 1997. “Mined in America” by Morgan Beard. p. 22
American Lapidary, Desiging the Carved Gemstone. 1996 by Henry Hunt. Desert Press: Arizona City, AZ. Richard Shull and his carving work are featured on pp. 9 & 88.
Art Jewelry Magazine. January 2014. Stone Sense Column – “Iolite”.