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Hi, I just happened across your site while getting ideas for my wire wrap gemstones and sea glass.

The fact that you give away information, don’t insist personal information, has bought my business already.

To add to the joy (yes, I’m prone to hyperbole but I’m absolutely enchanted with your business model), you add stone treatment information rather than burying it somewhere.

It’s very important to me to be able to tell my customers the what’s been done to their stones, the quality, source and composition of the gems they buy.

I believe I’m the only vendor to have the FCC and AGIA disclosure booklets available at any festival I’ve attended.

You have a customer now and, if OK, I will use your page on stone treatments, with proper attribution of course, as a handout at my next festival the end of this month.

Brightest blessings,


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(B) block
(C) coated
(D) dyed
(E) enhanced
(H) heated
(I) irradiation
(F) infused
(M) man made - synthetic
(N) natural
(O) oiled
(P) pressed
(S) stabilized
(W) waxed

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Jade Gemstone Beads, Pendants and Cabochons

Premium quality wholesale Jade gemstone beads, pendants and cabochons for jewelry making and designing. Carefully selected gemstones help you create outstanding necklaces, bracelets and earrings. The term Jade actually represents two different rocks, Nephrite and Jadeite. While Nephrite can be a variety of shades of green as well as creamy white, Jadeite, which is rarer than Nephrite, can be blue, lavender-mauve, pink, and emerald-green. Designers have long appreciated the beauty of Jade for making jewelry. Some varieties of serpentine are also called Jade. On this site we make the distinction between the two. The Chinese used Jade for carving beads, buttons, axe heads and other weapons and the stone was also traditionally used by the Koreans. Jade comes from Australia, Canada, China, Mexico, New Zealand, Taiwan and the U.S.A. The Portuguese called Jade the gemstone of the loins and it is still purported to help protect the kidneys, heart, larynx, liver, spleen, thymus and thyroid. Jade is known as a symbol of love and virtue and is said to strengthen the body and increase longevity
Disclaimer: This information has come from many sources. We are not responsible for the information presented on this page expressed or implied about the suitability of this stone for healing or for curing diseases. The information here is provided for you to make your own decisions and has not been evaluated or approved by FDA or any other agencies. This list is protected by copyright. If you should decide to use it you must link to this page as the source and to Dr. Karen Meador as the Author.
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