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    Default marbles for jewellery

    Hi all

    Heres something a little different.
    Marbles halfs for setting in jewellery.
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    They make really super cabs, what do you cut them with? Sorry I don't understand your signature quote, It's probably my age.
    Kind regards, Dennis.

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    Hi dennis
    I cut and polish them on a flat lap machine.

    And the quote can be heard on the original italian job film.

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    Well, it's Not my age then, it's my memory. They're still super cabs, I wish I could do that.

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    They are stunning, do you sell the cabachons or just use them for your own jewellery?
    Louise

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    Quote Originally Posted by Laceyloudesign View Post
    They are stunning, do you sell the cabachons or just use them for your own jewellery?
    Louise
    I do sell them louise.
    here http://lilacmonkey-jewelry.co.uk/cabochons.html
    and here http://lilacmonkey-jewelry.co.uk/marbles.html

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    if you fry a marble and instead of using it for jewelry you play a game of marbles with them will they break when hitting another marble or something hard.

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    Only if you have not lost them :0)

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    True Connemara marble jewellery is skilfully and patiently handmade, crafted with love, incorporating the Claddagh and Celtic history of Ireland in its designs.Opal chosen for cutting into stones have a water content which is contained in the stone and are proven to be stable and safe.

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    I like your work lilacmonkey and i'm going to see more details on your website. Keep up good work!

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