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Tiny stones

by Julia Aufenast May 22, 2011

Someone suggested ages ago that I should stock small cabochons, by which I mean 3mm, and I did not do it; I thought they would not sell.  Well, it just goes to show what I know because when I finally did get some in, they were unbelievably popular!  So, I tucked into a healthy slice of humble pie and ordered some more; more varieties of stone, in greater numbers.  All of the above are 3mms, ranging from Apatite to Turquoise (plus some others that didn’t fit into my nice matrix above – eg ruby an sapphire).  I’ve also got some London Blue Topaz as well that I have not yet photographed and listed, but coming this week.  And I will entertain any other requests for stones in this size as clearly you guys know alot better than I do what you want.  Funny, that!  Check them all out at www.joopygems.com

Julia Aufenast
Julia Aufenast


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