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[Source] Stone/semi-precious spheres


#1

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


#2

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


#3

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


#4

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

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