null
Sold Out

Matte Rainbow Druzy Agate Round Gemstone Beads, 10mm (strand)

No reviews yet Write a Review
$7.80

Bulk discount rates

  • Buy 10+ pay only $5.20
SKU:
21-880-729
Current Stock:

Frequently Bought Together:

Inc. Tax
Ex. Tax

Description

Druzy: The stunning visual appeal of druzy beads and pendants makes them great options for jewelry focals. Sometimes spelled druse or drusy, druzy is a layer of fine crystals that forms on the inner surfaces of geodes and rock fractures over millions of years. Druzy most commonly forms as clear quartz crystals, but can also be composed of amethyst, citrine, calcite or other crystalline minerals. In the case of our druzy beads, these crystals (usually quartz) are frequently in the cracks and open spaces in various layers of agates. Druzy can be enhanced to change its color, including by electroplating or vacuum coating (processes that bond a thin layer of metal, often iridescent, to the surface of the crystal or the surface of the bead).
Drusy is delicate, and is best suited for applications like pendants, earrings and pins that will not receive a lot of wear. When used in bracelets, remind your customers to treat the bracelet with care. To clean, use warm, soapy water and a soft brush. Drusy quartz rates 7 on Moh's Scale of Hardness; to avoid scratching your other jewelry, gently wrap druzy in fabric when storing it.


See below for more info and similar items.

Details

Sold by:
strand
Color:
Rainbow Plated
Size:
10mm
Additional Info:
36-44 beads, 15-16"
Country of Origin:
China
Style:
Smooth (Not Faceted)
Gemstone:
Agate, Druzy
Hole Size:
0.5-1.2mm

Product Reviews

Customers Also Viewed

Azure Agate: Our azure agate beads are darker blue than many azure agate beads on the market. They are a vivid mix of indigo, cobalt blue, white, black, translucent gray and occasionally some red-browns. Some of the beads have dark blue or black spots like evil eye beads. Like other Fired Agate, the rich blues in these semi-precious beads are achieved via a combination of heat and dyes. The color goes great with new blue jeans, and is an economical alternative to lapis lazuli. The shades of blues found in strands of azure agate can be used for either the throat chakra or brow chakra (or, for classic WOW players, completing a quest in the Arathi Highlands).   See the Related Products links below for similar items, and more information about this stone. Azure Agate: Our azure agate beads are darker blue than many azure agate beads on the market. They are a vivid mix of indigo, cobalt blue, white, black, translucent gray and occasionally some red-browns. Some of the beads have dark blue or black spots like evil eye beads. Like other Fired Agate, the rich blues in these semi-precious beads are achieved via a combination of heat and dyes. The color goes great with new blue jeans, and is an economical alternative to lapis lazuli. The shades of blues found in strands of azure agate can be used for either the throat chakra or brow chakra (or, for classic WOW players, completing a quest in the Arathi Highlands).   See the Related Products links below for similar items, and more information about this stone.

10mm Round Gemstone Bead - Azure Agate (strand)

$7.23
Azure Agate: Our azure agate beads are darker blue than many azure agate beads on the market. They are a vivid mix of indigo, cobalt blue, white, black, translucent gray and occasionally some...
Bronzite is part of the pyroxene group. Bronzite is a hypersthene, and is more properly called enstatite, or when it has more iron, ferrosilite. This form of pyroxene is chemically "weathered" resulting in an opaque stone with a submetallic luster, especially on its cleavage surfaces. Weathering on the hypersthene occurs due to moisture and temperature conditions within the igneous rock, metamorphic rock or meteorite where the stone is found. Bronzite often contains inclusions of highly reflective minerals, such as hematite and goethite, which enhance the beautiful bronze-like effect when polished (hence its name). Some beads also exhibit a cat's-eye effect. Bronzite ranges from greenish-black to brown and has medium hardness.Bronzite is believed to facilitate a feeling of certainty when goal-setting and help individuals take control of their actions and decisions. It is said to promote "correct" or "principled" behavior and help dispel restlessness.    See the Related Products links below for similar items, and more information about this stone.

Bronzite 2x4mm Gemstone Heishi Beads (strand)

$8.93
Bronzite is part of the pyroxene group. Bronzite is a hypersthene, and is more properly called enstatite, or when it has more iron, ferrosilite. This form of pyroxene is chemically "weathered"...
Also known as evening stone, lithia amethyst, and pink spodumene, kunzite offer a touch of pastels to our gemstone beads line. One of few naturally pink gemstones, this transparent stone is a pale-pink to lilac variety of the mineral spodumene. Similar in appearance to rose quartz and pink topaz, kunzite is strongly pleochroic, which means that its crystals display different colors when viewed by light polarized in different directions.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. Also known as evening stone, lithia amethyst, and pink spodumene, kunzite offer a touch of pastels to our gemstone beads line. One of few naturally pink gemstones, this transparent stone is a pale-pink to lilac variety of the mineral spodumene. Similar in appearance to rose quartz and pink topaz, kunzite is strongly pleochroic, which means that its crystals display different colors when viewed by light polarized in different directions.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

Kunzite 8mm Round Gemstone Beads (strand)

$31.88
Also known as evening stone, lithia amethyst, and pink spodumene, kunzite offer a touch of pastels to our gemstone beads line. One of few naturally pink gemstones, this transparent stone is a...