Now I Know Where the Professionals Buy Those Beautiful Beads

Wednesday, December 2, 2009

I've discovered a trade secret that the expert jewelry designers didn't want to share with me! Recently, I went to our town's annual craft fair, and there were some of the most beautiful necklaces and bracelets I had ever seen. This is why I didn't want to take my children; they wanted everything they saw! I asked several of the designers where they purchased their stones, but they were all very illusive. Well, after conducting my own research online, I found a great site that sells wholesale beads. sells the beautiful stones that I have been looking for, including drusy nuggets in a variety of shapes and colors. They offer an extensive collection of semi precious and precious gemstone beads. The Multi Color Shongia Sapphire Rondelles are some of the most beautiful that I have ever seen. The Colombian Emerald Pear Briolettes sparkle with a unique beauty due to their internal characteristics, along with a high level of transparency. Ruby in Zoisite has an unmistakable appearance that combines the red ruby with the green zoisite. There's no other stone like it in the world.

Rutilated Quartz beads provide a uniquely beautiful appearance. I'm fascinated with the historical uses of minerals, and was intrigued by the fact that rutilized quartz is said to relieve depression and loneliness, and to help provide new direction and enhance creativity. This, of course, is not based on scientific evidence.

Now that you know where the professionals purchase their beads, don't miss out on this opportunity to buy beads at wholesale prices. When you sign up on the homepage of, you can register to win $500 worth of beads and gemstones. You also receive free shipping with the continental U.S. when you purchase over $100 worth of beads and gemstones.

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