Currently a favourite of mine, I think the shape and formation of sapphire crystals are very intriguing.
This particular blue sapphire has an unusual twin termination on it’s tip.
Another favourite is this purple colour sapphire chunk again from Sri Lanka
Lovely colours from these iridescent ammolite rings made with sterling silver, it’s all about the stones and look at these!
This one uniquely made with leather and with an open adjustable band.
Ammolite is actually a type of fossil and these wonderful colours range through reds, greens, blues, purples, absolutely stunning and quite rare.
When you’ve been selling online for a few years(since 2000) sometimes
what seemed a good idea then may not be quite so good today…
We used to list our tumblestones
under ‘common’ and ‘harder to find’ and while that could still be the
case our ‘hard to find’ may not apply to customers in the country of
So we’ve now listed them alphabetically and by type so all the agate tumblestones are together under agate eg holly blue agate, tree agate & turitella agate, …all the types and size of amethyst tumblestones are under amethyst, We then have a section for other ‘A’ tumblestones.