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Quick View 3 Count Yellow Cz Simple Cut Nuggets

3 Count Yellow Cz Simple Cut Nuggets

$13.00
Size: 10mm-L x 8mm-W x 5mm-D Qty: 3 Beads / Length: 1.25 in. Weight: 6 g.   Cubic Zirconia (known commonly as CZ) is a hard, optically flawless, diamond simulation. While it is extremely rare in nature, it is widely synthesized for use as an...
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Quick View 6 Count 7x7mm Yellow Cz Faceted Pears

6 Count 7x7mm Yellow Cz Faceted Pears

$15.00
Size: 7mm-L x 7mm-W x 3mm-D Qty: 6 Beads / Length: 1 in. Weight: 8 g.   Cubic Zirconia (known commonly as CZ) is a hard, optically flawless, diamond simulation. While it is extremely rare in nature, it is widely synthesized for use as an artificial...
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Quick View 6 Count 5x5mm Yellow Cz Faceted Pears

6 Count 5x5mm Yellow Cz Faceted Pears

$8.00
Size: 5mm-L x 5mm-W x 2mm-D Qty: 6 Beads / Length: .75 in. Weight: 8 g.   Cubic Zirconia (known commonly as CZ) is a hard, optically flawless, diamond simulation. While it is extremely rare in nature, it is widely synthesized for use as an...
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Quick View 6 Count 8mm Citrine Cz Faceted Rondelles

6 Count 8mm Citrine Cz Faceted Rondelles

$13.00
Size: 5mm-L x 8mm-D Qty: 6 Beads / Length: 1.25 in. Weight: 7 g.   Cubic Zirconia (known commonly as CZ) is a hard, optically flawless, diamond simulation. While it is extremely rare in nature, it is widely synthesized for use as an artificial...
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Quick View Small Yellow Swirled Square Dichroic Glass Bead (Closeout)

Small Yellow Swirled Square Dichroic Glass Bead (Closeout)

$12.25
$9.80 On Sale
Size: 12mm-L x 18mm-W x 18mm-DQty: 1 BeadCloseout Item - Last Chance   This beautiful Dichroic Glass is handmade. Its unusual, contemporary style is like no other dichroic ever seen. It is created by a multi-generational family of artisans in Mexico...
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Quick View 5 Count Topaz Gold Lampwork Bead (Closeout)

5 Count Topaz Gold Lampwork Bead (Closeout)

$24.00
$14.40 On Sale
Size: 10mm-L x 8mm-WQty: 5 BeadsCloseout Item - Last Chance   Glass and glass making skills were spread across Europe some two thousand years ago by the Roman Empire. The Italian city of Venice assumed its role as the glassmaking center in the...
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