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Stones bead strand

Stones bead strand 

Each strand of precious or half-precious stones is carefully matched. We select the stones for their quality, their brilliance and their uniqueness. We offer here a wide choice of gemstones bead strand. Discover these stones bead strand, such as: agate, amazonite, labradorite, our chalcedonies, jade, rock crystal, apatite, amethyst, lemon quartz, carnelian, lapis lazuli, cyanite, citrine, and much more on our website franceperles.com.

Each size listed may have a variance of 0.5mm in +/-.

Wire length can vary from 1 to 3cm.

Subcategories

  • Black Agate

    The black agate is a variety of chalcedony. In lithotherapy it is said to have protective properties for body and soul. It would also strengthen the soul and responsibility. The agate comes mainly from India, South America (Argentina, Uruguay, Mexico, Brazil ...) and South Africa.

  • Agate

    Agate is a variety of chalcedony. Our green agates are finely faceted or cabochon-cut to highlight their shades of green. The translucency of agate is very appreciable in jewelry. Each gem being unique, our stones bead strand can present some differences with the photo of the heading

  • Stained Agate

    Agates are a variety of gemstone that reacts very well to dyes. This makes it possible to obtain bright and uniform colors on resistant stones for very colorful jewelry, for a good price. Since agate is generally pale in color, dyeing allows you to have absolutely any color possible.

  • Botswana Agate

    Botswana produces a wide variety of agates in ochre brown, gray, and pink tones, finely veined with white. These quality agates always have a very soft color and can be used to make fine and discreet jewelry.

  • Grass Agate

    The agate family has many members: chalcedony, carnelian, sardony... They are generally very soft stones, source of courage, stability and balance, which have a beneficial effect on the environment.

  • Amazonite

    Amazonite is a variety of microcline feldspar. It is a beautiful blue-green color and sometimes streaked with white streaks (albite) giving it a shimmering appearance. The largest deposits are in Brazil, Russia and the United States (Colorado).

  • Amethyst

    Amethyst is the purple variety of quartz. Its different shades of purple and its ease of cutting make it a particularly popular stone in jewelry because it offers many possibilities.

  • Amethyst Claire

    Amethyst is the purple variety of quartz. Its different shades of purple and ease of cutting make it a particularly popular stone in jewelry because it offers so many possibilities. Clear amethysts have a much softer color and a very ingenuous appearance.

  • Angelite

    Angelite is the contemporary name given to anhydrite, the term anhydrite means without water, while angelite is a name that comes more from the energetic effects of the stone. It is a pale to deep blue stone.

  • Apatite

    Apatite is a very interesting gemstone for its shades of blue: very pure turquoise blue, darker blue and "smurf" blue... But it can also be in different shades of yellow and sometimes green. Its shades of blue make it an ideal stone for original jewelry.

  • Aventurine

    Aventurine is a variety of quartz containing fuchsite inclusions that give it its characteristic green color. The main deposits are in Brazil, India, Madagascar and the United States.

  • Azurite chrysocolla

    Azurite chrysocolla is a fantastic regulator of the whole organism, acting on every cell of the body. Very good stone to silence the ego (3rd eye), makes us more understanding and loving; puts the intellect at the service of the heart.

  • Aquamarine

    Aquamarine (from Latin aqua marina, "sea water") is a variety of beryl. With its light blue color evoking seawater, aquamarine is the stone attributed to travelers and sailors. Its transparency also associates it with purity, which makes it a gem widely used in women's jewelry and very widely appreciated. The largest deposits are in Brazil and they are also the ones that produce the most beautiful aquamarines.

  • Red dyed sea bamboo

    As coral is a protected species, sea bamboo is used as a substitute. White in its natural state, beautiful coral red is obtained through ancient dyeing processes. This makes it possible to create blood red jewelry, the same color as the most beautiful corals, protecting them from extinction.

  • Pink or orange tinted sea bamboo

    As coral is a protected species, sea bamboo is used as a substitute. White in its natural state, beautiful coral colors are obtained through ancient dyeing processes. This makes it possible to create jewelry of the same color as the pink "angel skin" and orange corals, protecting the latter from extinction.

  • Clam

    The clam is a giant shellfish that lives in the Red Sea or in the Indian and Pacific Oceans. The clam produces huge pearls, and a very pale, porcelain-like nacre. These porcelain white pearls can be scuplted and give a very ingenious look to the jewelry.

  • Beryls

    Beryls are a large family of gems offering a very interesting color palette: pink for morganite, blue to blue-green for aquamarine, bright yellow for heliodore .... We compose these strands of stones by matching our different beryls of soft colors.

  • Bronzite

    Bronzite is the result of meteorological and geological conditions acting on the iron and silica that make up the stone. Bronzite is an intermediate variety of enstatite and hypersthene because they have the same chemical composition. The difference is in their crystal system. Bronzite is formed of short, irregular crystals.

  • Chalcedony

    Chalcedony is a great variety of gemstone. It comes in a wide range of pastel colors but can also be tinted to obtain brighter, more solid colors. Chalcedony is durable and ideal for jewelry.

  • Célestine

    Celestine is a transparent sky blue stone, it is a mineral composed of natural strontium sulfateit is a mineral composed of natural strontium sulfate. Its name was given to him in connection with the Greek "caelestis" which refers to its color.

  • Charoite

    Charoite is reputed to chase away anxieties, keep away from material things and accept life as it is in its joys and difficulties. Its marbled purple color, is splendid associated with gold filled findings.

  • Chrysocolla

    Chrysocolla is a hydrated copper silicate, often with traces of copper, iron and manganese oxides. Chrysocolla relieves fear, guilt and nervous tension. It is believed to crystallize feelings centered on love, acceptance and tolerance of others. It allows one to forgive others for their wrongdoings and to be more loving and understanding, thus promoting goodwill. It also helps to activate the feminine qualities we all possess.

  • Chrysoprase

    Chrysoprase is a variety of green chalcedony which owes its color to nickel. Its apple green color is very popular but it can also have other shades of green, from lighter to very dark. The cabochon cut highlights its color but it can also be slightly faceted. This gem has been appreciated since antiquity and was used by the Egyptians, Greeks and Romans.

  • Citrine

    Citrine is a yellow variety of quartz. It can be pale yellow, lemon, but also orange and bright orange "Madeira". The first deposits are found in Brazil and Madagascar. Its shades of yellow and orange easily brighten any jewel.

  • Coral

    The red coral is rare and very appreciated in jewelry since the most ancient times for its blood red and its symbolism. In Greco-Roman mythology, coral is said to be the petrified blood of the Gorgon whose severed head Perseus threw into the sea. It is therefore attributed many virtues and magical powers.

  • Cordierite (iolite)

    Cordierite, sometimes called iolite, comes in various shades of purple. Its strong trichroism is visible to the naked eye and it can change color depending on the orientation of the sun. It is for this reason that the Vikings used it in order to locate themselves at sea even by foggy weather. Its play of colors according to the light makes it a very interesting stone in jewel.

  • Carnelian

    Carnelian is an orange-red variety of chalcedony. Its naturally solid and pure color has made it a widely used gemstone in jewelry for thousands of years. Carnelian is both a traditional and ever popular component of jewelry.

  • Rock crystal

    Rock crystal is the pure, transparent variety of quartz. As pure as spring water, rock crystal has an innocent appearance in jewelry. It is said to have protective and purifying properties.

  • Cyanite

    Cyanite (sometimes called kyanite or kyanite) is recognizable by its jean blue color, but can also occur in darker blues and sapphire blue. Cyanite is also often streaked with white. The most famous deposits are those in the Kali Gandaki Region, on the border between Nepal and Tibet.

  • Diopside

    Diopside is a slightly translucent green mineral. Its vivid to intense green color is highly prized, making it a perfect stone to wear in jewelry. Diopside can balance the heart chakra. This stone is found in Brazil, Asia, Europe and North America.

  • Fluorite

    Fluorite is considered the most colorful gem in the world. Often plain and pure in color, it can also be characterized by its multi-colored bands. Fluorite is a unique stone that easily brightens up any outfit. Its main deposits are in Brazil and India.

  • Garnet

    Garnet is actually a large family of gems. Although its most common color is dark red, it can also be bright red, purplish, orange, orange-brown, emerald green and light green or even blue. Very durable and offering a beautiful luster, garnet is perfect for jewelry.

  • Hematite

    Hematite is a gemstone with a very characteristic metallic color ranging from gray to black. Its silvery reflections give a modern look to jewelry and it is very well suited to men. Hematite is associated with blood and therefore with vital energy because it contains red pigments. The main deposits are in the United States and Canada.

  • Blue Hemimorphite

    Promotes personal development, keeps you energized and committed to your projects. Gently relieves existential anxiety. Helps to move towards realistic goals, without being emotionally attached to the results.

  • Howlite

    Howlite is a very beautiful white, opaque, and often with gray veins. It was discovered in 1868 in California and named after the Canadian chemist and mineralogist Henry How. It is sometimes mistakenly called "white turquoise". Its deposits are found in the United States, Canada, Turkey and Germany.

  • Hypersthene

    hypersthene belongs to the pyroxene family as well as aegirine, jadeite, spodumene and diopside. The hypersthene stone contains iron and magnesium. It belongs more precisely to the family of orthopyroxenes where it is located between enstatite and ferrosilite, whose chemical composition is free of these two natural elements.

  • Jade

    Jade is a stone that can range from the purest white to dark green. There are two types of jade: Jadeite which is often light green and sometimes has some white in it giving the famous and rare "imperial jade" but can also have purple, orange and brown, and Nephrite which is an intense green with small black inclusions (graphite and magnetite) giving it the appearance of a kiwi but can also be completely white. Jade was the gemstone par excellence for many South American civilizations such as the Mayans and Aztecs, but also for a large part of Asia including China, where it still holds the first place.

  • Tinted Jade

    Jade is a gem that reacts very well to treatments, especially those aimed at improving or radically changing its color. This is why we offer jade bead strand in all colors to expand your creative possibilities.

  • Jasper

    Jasper is a member of the Chalcedony family, like Agate. Jasper is opaque, its colors are varied but remain in dark red, brown and dark green hues. It is often cut in cabochon or engraved, used in jewelry as well as for ornamentation. Red jasper is prized for its non-aggressive color. It is said to release stess and external tensions.

  • Unakite Jasper

    Unakite is a rock of the altered granite family, composed oforthoclase (pink),epidote (green) and quartz (usually colorless). It comes in many shades of green and pink, with irregular-looking crystals

  • Kunzite

    Kunzite is a feminine gemstone par excellence, and the color pink has always been considered the most romantic of colors, and is generally associated with love and "heart stories.

  • Labradorite

    Labradorite fascinates by its magnificent play of colors, often in shades of blue-green, called labradorescence, and its metallic luster. Worn as jewelry, labradorite will be enhanced by the light. The American Indians called it "stone of fire" for this reason. Its main deposits are in Canada, on the Labrador Peninsula where it was discovered, but also in the United States, Madagascar, Mexico, Russia, and Finland for spectrolite (a variety of labradorite with all the colors of the rainbow in its reflections).

  • Lapis lazuli

    Lapis lazuli is a rock composed of different minerals giving it its blue overseas color, its fine white veins (calcite) and its small golden points (pyrite). Lapis was the most sought after stone by the Persians who saw in it a starry sky. The Persian civilization had the most beautiful deposits, and the current Iran still produces among the most beautiful stones. Afghanistan with the mines of the region of Sar-e-Sang has the most beautiful lapis, which Marco Polo already praised. Currently, the most productive deposits are in the vicinity of the city of Ovalle, Chile, which has made it its national stone.

  • Larimar

    Larimar is a variety of blue pectolite, often veined with white or pale blue, which is found only in the Dominican Republic for the most beautiful stones and in Italy. Its greenish blue and fine white veins give it the appearance of the turquoise water of the Caribbean seas. Its rarity and its unique color make it a sought-after stone.

  • Lepidolite

    Lepidolite, classified as a fine purple stone along with sugilite and charoiteit has a unique appearance which makes it a relatively easily identifiable mineral. It is a stone with a scaly structure, due to its lithium fragments. Brazil, Peru, Russia, Afghanistan and Madagascar are the main reservoirs of this rock. This stone could help you if you are mourning a loss or an important loss. The lingering stress and anxiety following this tragic event can be alleviated. Indeed, the energetic vibrations embodied by this stone are a notable benefit.

  • Malachite

    Malachite is a green gemstone characterized by its zonations of light and dark green colors that made it famous. It is always cut in cabochon to highlight these shades of green. It was widely used in ornamental pieces such as Fabergé eggs, the best known deposits being in the Urals. Today the majority of malachite comes from the Democratic Republic of Congo, then from Namibia.

  • Obsidian

    Obsidian is a vitreous volcanic rock, i.e. natural glass. In jewelry, only the black variety is used, which, once cut, gives all the intensity and brilliance that obsidian can have. It gives a very elegant side and is easy to wear.

  • Cat's eye

    L' Cat's eye was first described by the German geologist and mineralogist Abraham Gottlob Werner in 1790. The stone is so called because of its luminous line appearing on the surface and which is similar to the vertical pupil of the eye of the cat. This phenomenon is due to the reflection of light on the mineral.

  • Falcon eye

    Falcon's eye is a variety of shimmering quartz whose fascinating intense blue-green color playing with the light is due to unaltered crocidolite fibers. This gem is cabochon-cut and sometimes very slightly faceted to highlight its deep blue and green highlights. Like tiger's eye and bull's eye, it is in South Africa that we find the largest deposits. But it is also found in India, Burma, Western Australia and a little in the United States. Its unique appearance makes it a prized stone in jewelry while having a reasonable cost.

  • Iron Eye

    Iron eye, also called hematoid jasper, is the trade name given to this aggregate made up of shimmering Tiger's eye (Fiber Quartz), Iron Oxide (Hematite) and Jasper, all arranged in harmonious and relatively parallel layers, resulting from successive inter-stratifications.

  • Bull's eye

    Bull's eye is a variety of shimmering quartz whose fascinating color playing with light is due to oxidized crocidolite fibers. This gem is cut in cabochon and sometimes very slightly faceted to highlight its orange-red reflections. Like tiger's eye, it is in South Africa that we find the largest deposits. But it is also found in India, Burma, Western Australia and a little in the United States. Its unique appearance makes it a prized stone in jewelry while being reasonably priced. The bull's eye is said to give courage and strength to undertake.

  • Tiger's eye

    Tiger's eye is a variety of shimmering quartz whose fascinating golden color playing with the light is due to oxidized crocidolite fibers. This gem is cut in cabochon and sometimes very slightly faceted to highlight its golden reflections. It is in South Africa that we find the largest deposits. But tiger's eye is also found in India, Burma, Western Australia and a little in the United States. Its unique appearance makes it a prized stone in jewelry while being reasonably priced.

  • Tiger's eye gold

    Tiger's eye is a variety of shimmering quartz whose fascinating golden color playing with the light is due to oxidized crocidolite fibers. This gem is cut in cabochon and sometimes very slightly faceted to highlight its golden reflections. It is in South Africa that we find the largest deposits. But tiger's eye is also found in India, Burma, Western Australia and a little in the United States. Its unique appearance makes it a prized stone in jewelry while being reasonably priced.

  • Opal

    Opal is a fascinating gem because of its great variety and wide range of colors. Some varieties of opal show a very interesting play of colors; its iridescence is only visible by playing the opal in the light. It is for this reason - but also to protect it from shocks - that opal is very often cut in cabochon. Australia produces more than 95% of the opals and these are also the most beautiful. Latin America, and especially Mexico, is known for its fire opals, which are bright orange in color and can be faceted.

  • Zirconium oxide
  • Peridot

    Peridot is a variety of olivine (which is a family of green gems) prized for its characteristic lime green color. Peridot has a beautiful luster and is very shock resistant, making it a stone that has been used in jewelry since antiquity. The best deposits are found in Burma, Pakistan, and Arizona (USA) where currently more than 80% of peridots come from. China and Egypt also have good deposits.

  • Phosphosiderite

    Phosphosiderite is a stone originating from Chile; it is a stone derived from variscite, itself derived from turquoise, it has all the properties of natural turquoise.

  • Lava stone

    Lava rock is lava that has erupted violently from a volcano and cooled rapidly. It is a black or dark gray rock and slag found on the periphery of dormant volcanoes. Mounted as a jewel, lava stone gives a very natural and sober effect.

  • Moonstone

    Moonstone, also called adularia, is most often white with a subtle play of colors in bluish and pink tones called adularescence. It recalls the innocence of the moon and is associated with fertility and femininity. Its main deposits are in India, Sri Lanka and Australia. In India, it is called chandrakant which means in Hindi "loved by the Moon" (from chandra: moon and kanta: loved). Synonymous with purity, the moonstone goes very well with a large number of alloys and will soften any outfit.

  • Multicolored moonstones

    Moonstone, also known as Adularia, is most often white with a subtle play of colors in bluish and pink tones. It recalls the innocence and clarity of the moon. It is associated with fertility and femininity. Its main deposits are in India, Sri Lanka and Australia. In India, it is called chandrakant which means in Hindi "loved by the Moon" (from chandra: moon and kanta: loved). But the adularia can also be presented in orange, pink and bluish tones very soft.

  • Sunstone

    Sunstone is a gemstone with orange-red tones and fine golden flakes that shine in the sun. This gem owes its color to fine inclusions of copper and hematite. The largest deposit is in the state of Tamil Nadu (southern India) but it is also found in the United States, Canada, Russia and Australia. Its summer color and golden reflections are highly prized in jewelry.

  • Luminous stone

    A luminous stone is a natural quartz stone that has been mixed with white powder (quartz) and phosphorescent so that in the evening the pearl lights up.

  • Mixed stones

    Discover our variations of mixed stones bead strand. We use fine stones such as rose quartz, citrine, fluorite, and amethyst. As each gem is unique, our stones bead strand may differ from the picture in the section

  • Shungite stone

    The shungite stones have many virtues very useful in lithotherapy. They fight negative ideas and provide many benefits on the mental and physical level! In addition to their own virtues, their vibratory and energetic capacities increase the powers of the other stones that surround them. Shungite stones come from the bowels of the earth.

  • Prehnite

    Prehnite is a very light green to yellow gemstone. Its translucency gives it an ingenuous look and its rare dark green inclusions of epidote make it a very interesting stone to work with in jewelry. It was discovered in the Cape of Good Hope in South Africa, which has remained its largest producer, although the finest stones often come from Mali and Australia.

  • Pyrite

    Pyrite is a mineral with a metallic color, between silver and gold, reminiscent of gold. Often confused with the precious metal, pyrite was called "fool's gold", before its potential in the world of jewelry was noticed. It was used as a mirror by the Incas and was named for a moment "stone of the Incas"

  • Strawberry quartz

    Strawberry quartz is a variety of quartz that is pink in color but it is important not to confuse it with rose quartz which is a different stone. It is a stone that isstill very little known to the general public

  • Smoky quartz

    Smoky quartz, sometimes called smoky quartz or Morion, is a variety of brown quartz more or less dark. Its translucency and its color similar to the mist is very appreciated in jewelry. In lithotherapy it would relieve the sorrows and would help to keep the calm.

  • Quartz Lemon

    Lemon quartz is a beautiful variety of yellow quartz. With its subtle coloring and high purity, lemon quartz differs from common citrine in its lack of brown tint. It has a very fresh and innocent appearance.

  • Pink quartz

    Rose quartz is a variety of quartz of an ingenious pink. This gem is very popular today. In cabochon, sugarloaf, lightly faceted or engraved cuts, rose quartz is strong and well suited for women's jewelry. The largest deposits are found in Minas Gerais in Brazil, as well as in Madagascar.

  • Rutile quartz

    Rutilated quartz is a remarkable rock crystal, because of the rutilated needles it contains. These needles are sometimes called "Hair of Venus". We can also evoke it in lithotherapy, because this stone has many virtues, in many fields. It can bring help, both physically and morally.

  • Rhodochrosite

    Rhodochrosite is a light pink gemstone with white streaks forming small fangs and sometimes some black veins. Raw or cut in cabochon, rhodochrosite looks like candy. Nicknamed "Rose of the Incas", its most important deposits are in Argentina, where it has become the national stone. Other large deposits are found in Peru, the United States, South Africa and China.

  • Rhodonite

    In ancient Rome and Greece, rhodonite was worn as protective amulets against attacks by thieves... It is a balancing, protective and restorative stone.
    Balancing, it would calm the stress, notably in period of examination, and the overflow of emotions.

  • Rhyolite
  • Ruby, sapphire & emerald

    FrancePerles offers you emeralds, rubies and sapphires, either in the shape of a drop or finely cut, to be matched on the same piece of jewelry. Each gem being unique, there may be some differences with the picture

  • Ruby-Zoïsite (Anyolite)

    Ruby-Zoisite, also called Anyolite, is both pink, raspberry and light green. The pink, raspberry or sometimes red color is provided by ruby, while the light green color sometimes including black comes from Zoïsite (a family of gems including Tanzanite). Ruby-Zoïsite can only be formed in deposits capable of producing both stones. That is why it is found only in Tanzania, where it was discovered in 1954. This opaque gem is cut in cabochon to highlight all its colors.

  • Seraphinite

    Seraphinite is an extraordinary stone, it is said to be a healing stone and facilitates the connection with the world of angels. On the physical level, it is one of the most effective stones for cellular regeneration, it supports energetically the heart and lungs, it strengthens the blood, relieves muscle tension and helps to lose weight.

  • Sodalite

    Sodalite is an intense purplish-blue gemstone, often with fine white veins of calcite. It can be used in the composition of lapis lazuli but has a much more violet hue than the latter. The main deposits are in Brazil, Canada and the United States where it is widely used in jewelry for its intense color.

  • Spinelle

    The black spinelprotection stone is beautiful. Spinel stone generally offers a variety of colors, including red, orange, yellow, dark green, blue, purple and brown, but the relatively rare opaque black variety is found in only a few areas.

  • Sugilite

    Sugilite stone has a recent history, as it was only discovered in the 20th century. The sugilite stone owes its name to Sugi Kenichi (1901-1948) who first described it in 1944. This Japanese geologist and petrologist identified it in an ægyrine and syenite intrusion located on the islet of Iwagi, near Kyoto, Japan.

  • Tanzanite

    Tanzanite is the best known and rarest variety of zoite. Blue to violet, with a magnificent luster and shades that play with light, this gem was discovered in 1967 in Tanzania, its only deposit in the world. Its variations from sapphire blue to intense purple have made this recent gem one of the most prized stones in jewelry.

  • Terahertz

    Stone with the electric name, its color is surprising, and will give you for sure, a blow of heart, its incredible brightness will marry perfectly with all your most beautiful creations.

  • Topaz

    Topaz is a gemstone that comes in many colors, although the best known is light blue. It is very often extremely pure and the way it is cut should intensify its color and enhance its brilliance. Very faceted cuts such as briolette fit it perfectly.

  • Tourmaline

    Tourmaline is actually a large family of gems. It can come in absolutely any color. The most impressive deposits are in Brazil, which is the world's largest producer. The African continent also produces good quality tourmaline. Afghanistan also produces many tourmalines. India and Sri Lanka are the historical deposits but still produce many of these gems. Thanks to all the possibilities it offers, tourmaline has become a classic in jewelry design.

  • Turquoise

    Turquoise is a gemstone with a characteristic blue hue and often with matrix (black veins). Turquoise was brought from Persia by the Turks who sold them to Europeans. Westerners loved these gems of a unique and pure blue, and mistakenly called it "turquoise", meaning "stone of Turkey". Persia (now Iran) still produces the most beautiful turquoise, thanks to its deposits in the Nishapur region. Iranian turquoise is absolutely immaculate, without any matrix. This is why many imitations have been developed to resemble these beautiful turquoises. Matrix turquoise comes mostly from the United States, but it is also found in Afghanistan, Nepal (green), and Latin America.

  • African Turquoise

    African turquoise is in fact a mottled jasper of African origin and similar in structure to jasper stone. It is a green colored stone with various shades dotted with darker inclusions.

  • Reconstituted turquoise

    Since beautiful blue turquoise that is absolutely perfect - i.e. without matrix (black lines) - is extremely rare and expensive, it may be better to use reconstituted turquoise. Composed of real turquoise pieces mixed with resin, this technique allows to obtain an immaculate turquoise blue, and a result just as resistant as the natural version.

  • Beads 2mm

    Discover all our 2mm gemstones mounted bead strand. Each gem being unique, there may be some differences with the picture.

  • Cube

    Fan of cube and cube facet beads? Here we offer you beads of various stones and sizes in cube and cube facet shapes. Search this category to find your favorite!

  • Rectangle

    Chic and unique! The rectangle shaped beads will give you new inspirations for your jewelry creations and decorations for your phone or home. These stone beads have an architectural and geometric look, which will sublimate your masterpiece.

  • Shamrocks & skulls

    Our stones are carefully cut in skull and crossbones and come in all colors. They are then drilled and strung to become quality jewelry with style. Each gem being unique, there may be some differences with the picture

  • Tube

    Discover our types of quality stones in tube form with several different colors. They are ideal forthey are ideal for various creations. Imagine making beautiful and trendy jewelry with these original shapes

  • Heishi

    Heishi beads are becoming more and more fashionable! Discover our heishi bead collection of different types of stones that allow you to create trendy jewelry.

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