London Blue Topaz Graduating Faceted Flat Drop Beads 8 In. BnC Jewelry

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London Blue Topaz Graduating Faceted Flat Drop Beads 8 In. BnC Jewelry


STOCK # 1540704

This Auction Is For The Pictured 8" Strand Of Temporarily Strung London Blue Topaz Graduating Faceted Flat Drop Beads. These Little Beauties Measure Right Around 7.5mm x 5mm To 10mm x 6mm, And There Are 50 Beads On This Strand.

Materials Used


This Is Irradiated Topaz

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Product Attributes

Color: Blue

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All Other Countries
First Item: $25.00
Additional Items: $0.00

United States
First Item: $3.50
Additional Items: $0.50


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We will gladly accept returns for 14 days from purchase date as long as the item is sent back to us in its original condition. The refund amount given does not include shipping. Please email us before returning merchandise to let us know that you are sending it back.


Patron129202 on Mar 28, 2015
5 stars

As always, your products are lovely. Thank you.
Patron129202 on Mar 16, 2015
5 stars

The pearls are lovely. I am sorry that you could not reach me via email. I don't know why that happened.
Patron129202 on Jan 26, 2015
5 stars

Patron129202 on Jan 20, 2015
5 stars

Gorgeous tourmaline -- have never seen quite this color before. The red leopard skin jasper is very interesting and unusual -- it really shows the elaborate and fascinating aspects of this gemstone. Thank you.
Patron129202 on Jan 20, 2015
5 stars

I especially like the emerald nugget. The color is beautiful. Both the Peruvian opal and the zoisite ate lovely examples of these gemstones.

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