- Rainflower Viewing Stone
- Ruby Zoisite
- Sodalite & Unakite
- Sponge Coral
- Tiger & Cat's Eye
Facets on a bead make the stone much more interesting and valuable. They catch the light producing a sparkle and the texture adds depth. Sometimes cut is just as important as the gem itself. Close up, multi-faceted beads look awesome. At one time, all gemstones were crafted in cabochons. Facet cutting began in European jewellery around the late 13th-century. The aim is to cut the stone to maximize its brilliance, by balancing the light reflected both internally and externally. Although faceted beads these days are cut with a computerized machine, there's still a thriving community of gem cutters, often taking hours to cut a single bead.
Price is for 16 inch of these mixed colour of beads in a string. Colours are pink, orange,...
Price is for 15.5 inches of these beads . There are 103 beads in the string. Choose colour...
Price is for 15.5 inches of these beautifully poly cut rondelle beads. The beads measures 8mm x 5mm...
Iolite is also known as 'Water Sapphire', and is believed to stimulate the imagination. Price is per 14...
Agate is for mental energy and study. Price is for 15 inch string of these striking beads. Choose...