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February 16, 2004
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Weekly Special
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The Birthstone for February is Amethyst
To see all the birthstone
colors, go to the Swarovski
Crystal section of our
web site.

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New! Earring posts
You now have one more way to express yourself with our new line of sterling silver earring posts and clutches. All anti-tarnish treated, our earring posts come in a few different styles and matching clutches in various weights are also available. To purchase, click on the photo to the right or go to the Silver Components section of the web site and click on Earring Posts and Clutches.
New! Earring posts
Save on 2x2mm sterling silver crimp tubes!
Crimp tubes are an essential part of every beader's supply kit. For a limited time and while supplies last, get a 500 pack of our 2x2mm sterling silver crimp tubes for only $29.99! To purchase, click on the photo to the right or go to the Weekly Special page of the web site.
Save on 2mm sterling silver crimp tubes!
St. Patrick's Day is March 17
This is a fun holiday to celebrate even if you're not Irish! Kick up your heels wearing a necklace, bracelet or set of earrings made with one or our sterling silver St. Patrick's Day Charms accented with some of our beautiful green beads. For one example, see the bracelet below in the Idea section.
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Artist: C.Kimura
Dangles and Removable Charm Bracelet

Celebrate St. Patrick's Day this year with a fun and colorful bracelet! To learn how to make this example, go to the Ideas section of our web site and click on "Dangles and Removable Charm Bracelet" or just click on the photo above to go directly to the example on the web site.
Q: How are your hand-blown glass furnace beads made?

A: Hand-blown furnace glass starts off as a ball of molten glass. A small bubble is blown in it, and it is worked into a specific shape then drawn into a long tube. The beads are cut pieces of the tube that have been tumbled to smooth the edges. This technique produces an endless variety of beautiful beads in many shapes, colors and sizes. Because this is a handmade instead of machine made bead, each bead is unique and an art form unto itself.
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