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January 5, 2004
Weekly Coupon
Weekly Special
New Products
The Birthstone for December is Blue Zircon
The Birthstone for January is Garnet
To see all the birthstone
colors, go to the Swarovski
Crystal section of our
web site.

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Devin Kimura

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Happy New Year!
We are so excited to begin the new year. In 2004, while continuing to place a high priority on your overall experience at, we aim to round out our product lines (Swarovski beads in particular) and make our website a more robust educational resource for jewelry makers. We wish all of you a fun and creative new year.
Happy New Year!
Save on gold-filled earwire!
For a limited time and while supplies last, get a 10 pack (5 pairs) of our gold-filled ball & coil earwires for only $5.99! To purchase, click on the photo to the right or go to the Weekly Special page of the web site.
Save on gold-filled earwire!
New! Sterling silver locking clasps
We now offer sterling snap clasps in different shapes and styles. They close by means of a tab that slips in and locks into place on the clasp. Practical and beautiful, these clasp add the perfect finishing touch to any necklace or bracelet.
Ideas FAQ's
Artist: C.Kimura
Furnace glass necklace
This beautiful necklace is an easy design, but requires a bit of wire-working skills. To learn how to make it, go to the Ideas section of our web site and click on "Furnace Glass Necklace" or just click on the photo above to go directly to the example on the web site.
Q: What is hematite?
A: Natural hematite fractures easily and is quiet difficult to form into beads, cabochons, or any other shape. Because of this, almost all "hematite" jewelry components on the market are actually a man-made material known as hematine. The main difference between hematite and hematine: hematine is strongly magnetic, whereas hematite is not.
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