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    Default What do you think? Rose quartz

    Should i buy this? Fallen in love with the shape think it would make a great ring. Should i squirrel this away for when i've learnt to set a stone?https://www.etsy.com/uk/listing/3850...f=user_profile

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    Way over-priced in my opinion, you can get 5 here for less: https://www.etsy.com/uk/listing/2009...?ref=related-2

    Or squirrel the idea away until A E Wards have some stock of them in, they have Amethyst and Garnet in stock, if it's the shape rather than the specific stone that attracts.
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    that's what I wondered, thanks paul, not very up on what things are worth yet, will check out your link

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    You might want to keep an eye on Rich Dover’s website Sheena. He has some lovely stones and he’s really helpful. I wouldn’t imagine you’re on FB but he has a closed group so you also get the heads up on incoming stock or piece he is working on
    https://yourpreciousgems.com/product...cets-rose-qtz/

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    Quote Originally Posted by CJ57 View Post
    You might want to keep an eye on Rich Dover’s website Sheena. He has some lovely stones and he’s really helpful. I wouldn’t imagine you’re on FB but he has a closed group so you also get the heads up on incoming stock or piece he is working on
    https://yourpreciousgems.com/product...cets-rose-qtz/
    thanks Caroline, Will check him out. It's great to have some recommendations from peeps in the know.
    No i'm not on facebook and trying not to join, social media's awfully addictive (already got myself a bad twitter and Instagram habit).

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    Your precious gems is on Instagram I would normally have bought from Marcia Lanyon but she closed down her main business recently and she still does selling events around the country but everything has to be done by phone
    This company is in Edinburgh and I use them sometimes http://www.thecuriousgem.co.uk/loose-gemstones.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Kay View Post
    Way over-priced in my opinion, you can get 5 here for less: https://www.etsy.com/uk/listing/2009...?ref=related-2

    Or squirrel the idea away until A E Wards have some stock of them in, they have Amethyst and Garnet in stock, if it's the shape rather than the specific stone that attracts.
    What do you mean? Wards have them...? And how would you get them? I dont get it


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    Quote Originally Posted by JewelleryByMandy View Post
    What do you mean? Wards have them...? And how would you get them? I dont get it


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    JewelleryByMandy, A E Ward a.k.a Ward Gemstones are a gemstone dealer: https://www.wardgemstones.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Kay View Post
    JewelleryByMandy, A E Ward a.k.a Ward Gemstones are a gemstone dealer: https://www.wardgemstones.com/
    Haha. Oh what a numpty!
    I was thinking... A & E wards round the uk!!! Thought you meant they used them as healing stones!!! Then the public could buy them!
    Was thinking id never heard of this when i worked there!!!
    God i can be dumb sometimes!


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    Quote Originally Posted by JewelleryByMandy View Post
    Haha. Oh what a numpty!
    I was thinking... A & E wards round the uk!!! Thought you meant they used them as healing stones!!! Then the public could buy them!
    Was thinking id never heard of this when i worked there!!!
    God i can be dumb sometimes!


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    Ah! Yes, I can see how that could happen, I'll be sure to be a bit clearer when mentioning Ward Gemstones in the future.

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