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8mm Pyrite Round Gemstone Bead Strand
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8mm Pyrite Round Gemstone Bead Strand
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Product Description:
Pyrite round bead strand, 8mm. About 50 beads per strand.
Sold As: 16 Inch Strand
Country of Origin: China
Size: 08mm
Material: Pyrite
Shape: Round
Hole Size: 0.8mm
Bin: B02-214
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Customer Reviews
5/5
Rating Fabulous
This is definately one of my favorites. Shines like gold with a rustic look. Just love it!
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Reviewed by: from texas. - 9/12/2011
5/5
Rating Nice heavy beads
I really liked these beads even though they are really more pewter in color than the gold they appear to be in the picture. They are heavy and are a good quality bead that I mixed well with smoke colored crystals. It came together nicely.
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Reviewed by: from San Antonio, TX. - 1/17/2011
5/5
Rating Nice
These are nice quality with a mirror-like finish. I plan on using brass components with them although I haven't used them yet. I am very pleased with them.
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Reviewed by: from Illinois. - 5/29/2011
Questions and Answers
Q: HI, have the pyrite beads, 8mm round been treated? What is their origin? Thanks, Pam
Asked by: - 12/13/2013 (Submit an answer)
A: These particular pyrite beads are made in China. Our understanding is that they are stabilized to increase hardness thus increasing durability and adding luster and shine.
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