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    4th of July - Large Hole Beads

    Jade 8mm Faceted Round Large Hole 8-Inch

    $15.00

    Jade refers to an ornamental mineral, mostly known for its green varieties. Our Jade is one of two mineral varities -- nephrite, a silicate of calcium and magnesium -- from...

    Jade 8mm Faceted Rondelle Large Hole 8-Inch

    $19.00

    Jade refers to an ornamental mineral, mostly known for its green varieties. Our Jade is one of two mineral varities -- nephrite, a silicate of calcium and magnesium -- from...

    Lapis 8mm Round Faceted Large Hole Bead 8-Inch

    $23.00

    Lapis is a semi to precious stone and one of the most sought after throughout history. It is highly regarded for its beautiful blue color flecked with gold inclusions of...

    Onyx 10mm Faceted Round Large Hole 8-Inch

    $14.00

    Onyx is a black and white banded Chalcedony, a cryptocrystalline Quartz. It is often thought of as an all to black stone, and much of the black Onyx on the...

    Tiger Eye 8mm Large Hole Faceted Round - 8-Inch

    $12.00

    Tiger Eye is a macrocrystalline Quartz stone with bands of rich golds and browns. Its chatoyant layers that create a flash which seems to emanate from within the stone as...

    Sunset Dumortierite 10mm Large Hole Round - 8-Inch

    $14.00

    Sunset Dumortierite has a much brighter palette than regular Dumortierite, from light blue to lapis blue to cobalt, as well as some occurrences of dark gray. Dumortierite is an aluminum...

    Red Aventurine 10mm Rondelle Large Hole 8-Inch

    $16.00

    Red Aventurine is a peach to orange colored translucent Quartz with inclusions of Mica or other minerals. These inclusions give it a glistening effect termed “aventurescence.” The orange color is...

    Sodalite 8mm Faceted Rondelle Large Hole 8-Inch

    $17.00

    Sodalite is named for its sodium content and may be classified as a feldspathoid. Blue Sodalite is sometimes referred to as “poor man’s lapis” because of its similar color and...

    Green Aventurine 10mm Rondelle Large Hole 8-Inch

    $16.00

    Green Aventurine is a green translucent quartz with glimmering metallic inclusions. Green is the most common color for Aventurine, but it can also occur as orange, brown, yellow, blue or...

    Venus Jasper 8mm Faceted Rondelle Large Hole Bead 8-Inch

    $16.00

    Venus Jasper naturally occurs in a variety of colors including browns, creams, golden tones, gray to greens and reds. Jasper is known as the “Supreme Nurturer,” a stone of grounding...

    Pietersite 8mm Faceted Rondelle Large Hole 8-Inch

    $20.00

    Pietersite has been called the Tempest Stone for its colors of deep blue and gray with metallic gold and flashes of brilliant chatoyancy as it catches the light. It also...

    Rhodonite Large Hole, Faceted 8mm Round - 8-inch

    $12.00

    Rhodonite, whose name is derived from the Greek word for Rose, “rhodon,” is known for its pink, red and magenta hues. A Manganese inosilicate (or chain silicate), Rhodonite belongs to...

    Rocky Butte Large Hole, Faceted 8mm Round - 8-inch

    $14.00

    Rocky Butte Jasper is mined in Oregon and may have either dendritic or landscape qualities. It may also be called Rocky Butte Picture Jasper. The combination of color and pattern...

    Larvakite Large Hole, Matte 8mm Rondelle - 8-inch

    $12.00

    The name originates from the town of Larvik, Norway where this type of igneous rock is found. Legend has it that it came to the world?s attention in the 1890s...

    Rhodonite Large Hole 10mm Round - 8-inch

    $12.00

    Rhodonite, whose name is derived from the Greek word for Rose, “rhodon,” is known for its pink, red and magenta hues. A Manganese inosilicate (or chain silicate), Rhodonite belongs to...

    Larvakite Large Hole 8mm Rondelle - 8-inch

    $12.00

    The name originates from the town of Larvik, Norway where this type of igneous rock is found. Legend has it that it came to the world?s attention in the 1890s...

    Larvakite Large Hole, Faceted 8mm Round - 8-inch

    $12.00

    The name originates from the town of Larvik, Norway where this type of igneous rock is found. Legend has it that it came to the world?s attention in the 1890s...

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