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The webshop is open - and we have put together 40 very special offers for you.
In this unreal time we wish you the very best, stay healthy and take care of yourself! Our webshop remains open and has used the 40 best-selling items at very special prices. The wholesaler is only open on request by telephone, and if you are not ill / have a cold and can keep it at a distance of 1.5 meters, which is appropriate for the government. Sold a lot in this bizarre time; Ocean drums, Shakti-Yogamats , Hopi drums, Books, Lotus puzzles, Gemstone grids, Singing bowls, Black Tourmaline, Florida water and salt lamps, these last 3 articles against negative rays etc. etc.

23.03 arrived 20ft container Indonesia and 25.03 1500kgs Paua-shells from New Sealand and 26.03 Palosanto/Pyrite from Peru

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Sale 2020: Madagascar 1 kilo of hand cut polished stones (BESTSELLER).

Sale 2020: Madagascar 1 kilo of hand cut polished stones (BESTSELLER).

Product

Sale 2020: Madagascar 1 kilo of hand cut polished stones (BESTSELLER).

Description

Nowhere cheaper kilo bag with all hand-carved stones from Madagascar (8-12 species)

Dimensions

30-70mm 1 kilo

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Gemstones are rare rocks, which are usually processed and processed into jewelry and ornamental objects. Gemstones have the following characteristics: Beauty. This includes visual aspects such as color, gloss, fire, transparency and light effects. Durability. This involves looking at hardness, fragility / splittability and chemical resistance. Rarity. We look at how often a product occurs in nature. Gemstones can be sharpened in many different shapes. The basic distinction is made between cabochon, where the gemstone is ground in a convex shape, and facetted, where the surface of the gemstone is ground in different facets. When sharpening one looks at various properties of the stone, including the color, color distribution, inclusions, special light effects, dispersion and breakage and grinding surfaces. They are processed into necklaces, earrings, bracelets and many other jewelry, but also in the industry the gems are used to process. Known gems include diamond, ruby, emerald, sapphire, aquamarine, topaz, tourmaline, amethyst, citrine, carnelian, opal, onyx, turquoise, lapis lazuli and garnet. In the 18th and early 19th centuries it was fashionable to make jewelry in which someone's name or initials were processed. When choosing the gemstones, one was guided by the first letter of the name of the gemstone, and thus the gemstone alphabet was created. Also during the nineteenth century similar achrome plastic jewels were made in which sentiments were expressed in precious stones. The most famous is the English 'ring' ring, an engagement ring in which the word 'regard' was formed by the ruby ​​(ruby), emerald, garnet, amethyst, diamond (diamond) gems.

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