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At theBeadTraders.com, we strive to keep things fresh by constantly adding to our New Arrivals - Gemstone Beads and extensive inventory of value beads.  For example, our Agate beads come in a large variety of shapes, colors and sizes.  When you sit down to design, we understand that selection is key so we offer bulk quantities on most every gemstone bead in our inventory...to name a few, Tourmaline, Labradorite, Pyrite, Garnet, and Peridot. For the best in online beads and beading supplies, you need to look no further. Our customers return time and again based on their confidence in receiving true Value, great Variety, and bulk Volume.

9x8-12x7mm Red Tiger's Eye plain oval nugget beads 13.5 inch 31 pieces

9x8-12x7mm Red Tiger's Eye plain oval nugget beads 13.5 inch 31 pieces

$8.00

9x8-12x7mm Red Tiger's Eye plain oval nugget beads which have been color treated red showing a cat's eye phenomenon.

4-4.5mm Garnet Native Cut Plain Rondelles 13 inch 120 beads

4-4.5mm Garnet Native Cut Plain Rondelles 13 inch 120 beads

$6.00

4-4.5mm diameter Garnet Native Cut Plain Rondelles 13 inch 120 beads

8mm Candy Apple Red Agate faceted round Gold Chain by the foot 21 beads

8mm Candy Apple Red Agate faceted round Gold Chain by the foot 21 beads

$9.00

8mm measure for these Candy Apple Red Agate faceted round beads hand wrapped on Gold plated Chain sold by the foot with approximately 21 beads.

6.5-7.5mm Metallic Garnet faceted rondelle beads 13 inch 90 pieces

6.5-7.5mm Metallic Garnet faceted rondelle beads 13 inch 90 pieces

$40.00

6.5mm to 7.5mm Metallic Garnet faceted rondelle beads 13 inch 90 pieces

4-6mm Ruby and Pink Sapphire plain rondelles beads 13.5 inch 168 pieces

4-6mm Ruby and Pink Sapphire plain rondelles beads 13.5 inch 168 pieces

$45.00

4mm up to 6mm Ruby and Pink Sapphire plain rondelles beads on a 13.5 inch strand consisting of approximately 168 pieces.

8mm Red Brown Agate faceted round beads 14.5 inch 47 pieces

8mm Red Brown Agate faceted round beads 14.5 inch 47 pieces

$10.00

8mm diameter Red Brown Agate faceted round beads measure approximately 14.5 inches in length with approximately 47 pieces per strand.

8mm Brick Red Lava Rock plain rounds 16 inch 51 beads

8mm Brick Red Lava Rock plain rounds 16 inch 51 beads

$8.00

8mm Brick Red Lava Rock plain rounds 16 inch 51 beads 2mm large drill hole 

6mm Brick Red Lava Rock plain rounds 16 inch 64 beads

6mm Brick Red Lava Rock plain rounds 16 inch 64 beads

$6.00

6mm Brick Red Lava Rock plain rounds 16 inch 64 beads 2mm drill large hole


Citrine

Citrine is a variety of quartz commonly found in Brazil, Bolivia, some areas of Africa and Russia. It’s name comes from the Latin word for yellow, ‘citrina,’ and these types of quartz beads come in different shades, from pale yellow to gold to brown. Citrine resembles topaz, and it is considered an alternative birthstone for the month of November. Its golden color reminds people of money, and legend has it that keeping a citrine in your cash drawer will drawn money to your business.

Amethyst

Because of its distinctive purple color, amethyst  is one of the most recognizable of the quartz beads. This purple stone is the birthstone for February. The world’s largest amethyst deposits are found in Brazil, Mexico, Uruguay, Russia and the African continent. Occasionally, quartz crystals are found containing both citrine and amethyst; these are called ametrine, and are both purple and yellow.

Smoky Quartz

Smoky quartz beads range in color from light, translucent gray to brown or black. Two varieties of smoky quartz are commonly found in northern Europe: morion, a dark brown or black crystal; and cairngorm, a yellow-brown crystal. Cairngorm is found in Scotland and is used to decorate kilt pins and the hilts of skean dhus, short knives worn with highland dress.

Tourmaline

Tourmaline is a striking gemstone that is often called “watermelon tourmaline,” because it comes in colors of green and pink, and it resembles a slice of watermelon.  It is mainly found in Brazil and Africa.Tourmaline beads look very attractive when set off by light pink rose quartz beads.

Labradorite

This unusual feldspar mineral comes mostly from Canada, but some has been found in Norway and Finland, as well. The stone appears dark gray or black, but refracted light makes labradorite beads flash blue, green or red. This effect is referred to as “Labradorescense.” The legend behind the stone is that the Northern Lights froze and pieces of it fell to Earth as Labradorite.

Pyrite

Pyrite is an iron sulfide mineral that is also known as “Fool’s Gold,” because it was sometimes mistaken for gold by inexperienced prospectors.  Although pyrite is popular for jewelry today, it was once used as part of the wheellock firing mechanism. Pyrite beads are metallic and shiny, and they pair very well with dark, richly-colored beads, such as lapis lazuli, carnelian or quartz beads like amethyst.

Peridot

Unlike tourmaline and different types of quartz beads, peridot only comes in shades of green. Peridot is often brought to the Earth’s surface by lava, and is sometimes found in meteorites. This olive green gem is the birthstone for August.

You can find all these and more in our constantly changing inventory. At the Bead Traders, we are dedicated to providing only the highest quality semiprecious gemstones and glass beads on the market. If you spend more than $100, we’ll even give you free shipping for orders in the U.S. Check back often in our New Arrivals section to find the beads you need for your next big project!

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