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Labradorite AA-Grade 8mm Diamond Cut Faceted Rondelle Large Hole (2-2.5mm) 8-Inch - LBT8RLLH-FDC-8


Labradorite is remarkable for the way its aggregate layers refract light, creating iridescent flashes of blue, gold, pale green or copper red. This effect is known as “labradorescence,” taking its...

Mixed Moonstone 8mm Diamond Cut Faceted Rondelle Large Hole (2-2.5mm) 8-Inch - MMNS8RLLH-FDC-8


Moonstone naturally occurs in a broad spectrum of colors, but is most commonly associated with white, gray and peach. It's soft chatoyancy is reminscent of the moon's light. Metaphysically, Moonstone...

Yellow Opal Top Drill 6x12x3mm Marquise - 8-inch - YOP6x12MQ-8


Yellow Opal is transparent to opaque, milky white to pale yellow in color. It sometimes features dark brown to black dendritic inclusions that branch like tiny tree limbs through the...

Aquamarine 2mm Diamond Cut Faceted Round AAA Grade 15-16 Inch - AQM2RD-F-AAA


Aquamarine is a transparent to translucent stone ranging from cerulean blue to light blue in higher grades. In lower grades it can be transparent to opaque and is commonly light...

Rose Quartz 6mm Cube 15-16 Inch - RQZ6CUB


Rose Quartz is a silicon dioxide crystal and one of the most common varieties of the Quartz family. It is a translucent to transparent stone with a soft pale pink...

Chakra Faceted 3mm Round - 15-16 Inch - CHA3RD-F


Our Chakra strands are comprised of Amethyst, Lapis, Blue Apatite, Green Aventurine, Citrine, Carnelian, Red Garnet and Crystal Quartz.Amethyst is a beautiful purple stone, known as a “Gem of Fire”...

K2 Rough Tumble 5x7-8x10mm Nugget - 15-16 Inch - K2-5-10NUG-RG


K2 is a stone recently discovered in the foothills of the mountain for which it is named, K2, in the Karakoram mountain range of Pakistan. It is a white granite...

Prehnite Top Drill 6x6mm Drop - 8-inch - PRE6x6DP-8


Prehnite was the first mineral to be named after a person: its discoverer, Dutch Colonel Hendrik Von Prehn. Von Prehn discovered the stone in South Africa in 1774. Prehnite is...

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