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Extra Tiny Lapis Lazuli Cylinder Beads (1mm)

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Original price $10.00
Current price $8.00
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Current price $8.00
Approx. 300 beads |
<1mm Hole |
15 inches Strand Length
Indulge your eyes in these beautiful lapis lazuli beads brought to you from the mountainous wilds of Afghanistan. The mineral rich landscape of Central Asia has been a source of treasured stones for at least three millennia. These delightful, handcrafted gemstone beads come in a special cylindrical heishi shape, measuring a tiny 1mm, with holes measuring less than 1mm. Each strand is approximately 15" long. Lapis is a natural stone that has been prized since antiquity for its deep blue color. Lapis stone from the mines of central Afghanistan has been used throughout history both in jewelry as well as to make distinctive blue dyes. Multiple strands pictured. Each strand sold individually. Add these beads to your collection today!

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Specifications

Strand Length 15 inches
Bead Size 1 x 1mm
Hole Size <1mm
Number of Beads 300 (approximation)
Found In Afghanistan
Material Stone
Color Blue
Shape Cylinder
SKU AFG-CYL-BLU-473
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Reviewed by Barbara S.
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Rated 5 out of 5
Used For
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Type of Use
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Very happy!

I absolutely love these!!! They are tiny but I'm very happy with these!!! The color is beautiful!!!

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Reviewed by Nikki H.
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Lovely tiny beads

They're perfectly formed and the color is consistent. I use beads in my assemblage collages of endangered species and I plan on using these as the tail of a peacock. So glad I found this amazing website!

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