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10mm Antique Green Agate Faceted Bead Strand

Part Number:10680
10mm Antique Green Agate Faceted Bead Strand
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16" Str

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Round Faceted


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Antique Green Agate 10mm Faceted Gemstone Bead Strand. About 36 beads on 16" strand. Beautiful brown veining, very cool to the touch and lovely faceting accentuate these beads. The green is an emerald green, which will work beautifully with brown, cream, black, yellow and red.

Customer Reviews

5 Stars
Gorgeous Beads
These beads reminded me of Christmas. They have so much white and colors of reds and the green they are simply gorgeous. Looking thru a magnifying glass they are really so different than any other bead that I have seen. Beautiful!
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Chickamauga, Ga. on 10/10/2014
5 Stars
Great color variation
These beads have the most beautiful color variations. They are so pretty. I mixed them with some larger green agate beads and they are just gorgeous.
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Reviewed by:  from Fiddletown, CA. on 9/1/2014
5 Stars
the blend of colors in these is to die for. the faceting brings out the subtlties of the colors . the "frosting" on each bead is a beautiful contrast to the greens and reds in the beads. WAY beyond my expectations!
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Reviewed by:  from Illinois. on 3/17/2012
5 Stars
These stones are absolutely gorgeous.... some of the best I've bought!
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Reviewed by:  from Chicago, IL. on 7/13/2011
5 Stars
Great product
I love these beads absolutely beautiful.
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Reviewed by:  from Surrey, BC. on 6/22/2011

Questions and Answers

Q: Are these stones natural or have they been dyed? Is there a way to tell from your postings if a bead is natural or not?
Asked by: Pam - 4/8/2015
A: You should assume that most gemstones have had some sort of color enhancement and/or heat treated stabilization unless specifically stated otherwise.
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Answer provided by:  Karla Schafer (4/8/2015)
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