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Labradorite is a semi-precious stone from Canada. It displays 'labradorescence' which is an iridescent interplay of colours within the structure of the crystal.
|In this photo from left - large Labradorite and sterling silver ring $90, Rough faceted Labradorite pendant on 50cm Italian sterling silver fine curb chain $80, small Labradorite and sterling silver ring $65. Available from Corky Saint Clair.|
|Bigfoot, also known as Sasquatch, is the name given to an ape like creature that some people believe inhabits forests, mainly in the Pacific North West region of North America.
Bigfoot is usually described as a large, hairy, bipedal humanoid.
|At Corky Saint Clair we wish Dr Meldrum well in his search and that the real Bigfoot is found as soon as possible.|
brooch is cut from New Zealand
Rimu and is available
|Did you know that in 12th century China flat planes of Smokey
Quartz were used as the lenses for intricately
|These types of sunglasses could not correct vision, or protect from harmful UV rays, but did reduce glare.
Chinese judges used the smoky quartz glasses to hide their facial expressions when they interrogated witnesses.
|Smokey quartz is a brown to black variety of quartz
Like other quartz gems, it is a silicon dioxide crystal. The smoky color results from free silicon, formed from the silicon dioxide by natural irradiation.
|At Corky Saint Clair we have a new range of rough, faceted smokey quartz and sterling silver rings.
They vary in price but are around $80AUD.
|the image above was taken from here|
by Christopher-Hussein Bril
and Kelly McBrady. Available from Corky
Saint Clair or from here
check our new jewellery display stands I made for Finder Keepers 2013.
|Corky's endless journey into cute continues, after ten years of bringing joy and jewellery to one and all.
To celebrate, we are debuting our new wood range for 2013, Corky's Forest Friends Forever (CFFFs), our new Corky sterling silver crystal rings and the totally sublime sleepy fox silver pendant which must be seen to be believed.