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Mixed tourmaline

by Julia Aufenast July 28, 2011 1 min read

 

A mixed bag of tourmaline.  Cheaper if I buy it like this, with all the colours, rather than just pink or blue or whatever (so obviously better for you guys), but an exciting task ahead of me separating them all out! These are 4mm round cabochons, beautiful material, really very clean for tourmaline.  I’m going to have pinks, apricots, blues, greens, yellows, all sorts.  I will be listing all of this once it is all sorted.  Then for my next task I will be plucking needles from haystacks…!

Julia Aufenast
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