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[Source] Stone/semi-precious spheres

Hello all!

I am looking for small (5 mm, 10 mm, 15 mm and 20 mm)

stone/semi- precious/“interesting” glass beads WITHOUT holes (I
guess you’d call them marbles?!). Can’t seem to find a source
anywhere and I’d appreciate any and all help.

Thanks,

Debra Lally
@dlally

Debra,

I noticed no one answered your first query for spheres, so I
decided to see what I could dig up. I think I’ve found what you
are looking for:

Round Rocks, Ect. - hand made marbles, 1/2" to 2".
765 E. 1st Ave., colville, WA 99114
(509) 684-4082

One of a Kind - sphere cutting service
2692 Hwy 50 Ste L., Frand Junction, CO 81503
(970) 243-9299

Some other places that carry spheres and large assortments of beads that
you can try also are:
Jeanne’s Rock and Jewelry(713)664-2988
Artgems (602) 951-0032
Zarlene Imports 1-800-223-7999
Earth Stone Inc. 1-800-999-0478
Elizabeth Ward & Co. (301) 897-8311

And if you ever want to make your own, these lapidary places
offer “sphere machines”: Contempo Lapidary (818) 899-1973
www.paleoart.com/contempo.htm Richardson’s Recreational Ranch
1-800-433-2680 Hope this helps!

Jill
@jandr
http://members.tripod.com/~jilk

I am looking for small (5 mm, 10 mm, 15 mm and 20 mm) stone/semi-
precious/“interesting” glass beads WITHOUT holes (I guess you’d call them
marbles?!).

Hi Debra,

As a last resource, you might try

Otto & Dieter Jerusalem GmbH, Haupstr. 8, D-55758 Herborn,
Germany, Tel.: +49 6781 31524

They produce spheres in precious and semiprecious stones (up to
875 cm).

Hope this is of help, Markus

They produce spheres in precious and semiprecious stones (up to
875 cm).

It should read 875 mm (it weighs only 1000 kg), sorry, Markus