Nemag. hematite - ball - ∅ 8 mm
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Synthetic Mon-Magnethic Hematite - Round Beads - Ø 8 mm, Hole: 1.5 mm

Tumbled round beads made of synthetic mineral hematite with a diameter of 8 mm and a hole for a thread with a diameter of 1.5 mm.

Country of origin: Brazil


$0.04 with VAT $0.04 without VAT

Podvody při prodeji minerálních korálků!

Tumbled round beads made of synthetic mineral hematite with a diameter of 8 mm and a hole for a thread with a diameter of 1.5 mm.

These beads are made of synthetic non-magnetic hematite. Hematite is a perfectly black smooth mineral in a polished form with a beautifully shiny surface. However, beads made of it are heavier than glass and are usually used in jewelry only as a supplement. By plating, hematite acquires an even shiny surface and the beads have a shine and their weight as if they were made of real precious metals.

Due to the color setting of the monitor, the color of the goods may differ slightly from reality.

Country of origin: Brazil

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1420 Items/g
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1 ks cca 0,125 g
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