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[WTB] Smoky Quartz


#1

Does anyone have a source for Smoky Quartz? I need a replacement
stone for a ring that the benchperson fried trying to size a ring.
Michael Metalwerks@AOL.com


#2

Stuller Inc has a nice selection of smokey quartz, and cheep too.

Janine, we’re baking in Redding, California


#3

How does one locate stuller, I am also interested in finding
smoky quartz. Unusually hot for Oregon…hsqueenc


#4

Stuller Inc. is a very quick company that carries findings,
settings, tools and stones. There phone# is 1-800-877-7777

Still sooo hot in Redding, Ca. Janine


#5

Normally I’d say http://www.stuller.com

but I’m having problems connecting. Anyone know of any reason why
this should be? Is Stuller doing something new to its website?

the 800 number is (800) 877-7777

And a gentle note: I’ve seen a few people asking for “where do I
find”. In most cases, when you’re asking for advice on who to turn
to, I think it’s great. When I see a request for something I find
on Excite in 1 minute, I wonder what’s going on…

Kat
@Katherine_Tanaka


#6
 And a gentle note: I've seen a few people asking for "where
do I find". In most cases, when you're asking for advice on who
to turn to, I think it's great. When I see a request for
something I find on Excite in 1 minute, I wonder what's going
on... 

I’ll sure second that one. In addition to the web search
engines, people need to remember the Thomas register. They too
have a web site (I don’t have the URL right in the front of my
brain, but it’s a test. how many seconds is it gonna take you to
find it if you actually go look, instead of just asking for it
on a silver spoon…) The Thomas register is a great way to find
sources for, especially, industrial materials. if you need pin
stems, it’s maybe not the place to look. but looking for a good
precious metals dealer, a source for pewter casting alloy, or the
companies that might carry titanium wire in the sizes you need?
then it’s the place to go.

Hope this helps.

Peter Rowe


#7
     I'll sure second that one.  In addition to the web search
engines, people need to remember the Thomas register. 

And don’t forget the Yellow pages. The supplier you’re looking
for might be just down the street!