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Moonstone Round Beads

Moonstone Round Beads 6mm Moonstone Round Beads

CAD$7.00/ea

6mm: 2 left

Item Description

Moonstone smooth round beads are transparent man-made that diffracts reflected light creating a cloudlike floating blue within it called schiller. Moonstone is a great jewelry stone as it can pick up colors from your clothing (try moonstone against black). These beads may not be perfectly round and can range in diameter from 5.7 to 6.2mm.

The hole size is 0.9mm - big enough for a 20 AWG wire but too small for an 18 AWG wire.

These beads are man-made and as such are smooth and uniform in color.

Strands are sold as temporarily strung. Strands are approximately 16" and can vary +/- 0.5".

4mm beads - the hole size is 0.8mm - big enough for a 24 AWG wire but may or may not fit a 20 AWG wire.

6mm beads - the hole size is 0.9mm - big enough for a 20 AWG wire but too small for an 18 AWG wire.

These beads may not be perfectly round and can range in diameter +/-0.5mm.

Strands are sold as temporarily strung. Strands are approximately 16" and can vary +/- 0.5".

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