Apatite beads around AA quality
  • 100% natuurlijk
€223,60Incl. tax €184,79Excl. tax
Apatite faceted beads about 22x15x8mm
  • Streng incl. tussenkraaltjes 40cm
€52,45Incl. tax €43,35Excl. tax
Apatite beaded facet around ca. 4mm AA quality cut
  • 100% natuurlijk
  • Streng ca. 38.5cm
€10,95Incl. tax €9,05Excl. tax
Apatite beads faceted rondelle approx. approx. 8.5x6mm
  • 100% natuurlijk
  • Streng incl. tussenkraaltjes ca. 39.5cm
  • Met de hand geslpen
€27,95Incl. tax €23,10Excl. tax
Apatite beads split approx 4-8mm
  • 100% natuurlijk
  • Streng ca. 85-90cm
€10,95Incl. tax €9,05Excl. tax
Apatite beads round facet about 3.5mm
  • 100% natuurlijk
  • Streng ca. 39cm
€8,95Incl. tax €7,40Excl. tax
Apatite beads split about 8x6x4mm
  • Streng ca. 26cm
  • Rijggat ca. 0.7mm
  • 100% Natuurlijk
€14,95Incl. tax €12,36Excl. tax
Inspiratiet: Collier Apatiet split met Hill Tribe Zilver
  • Indien uitverkocht informeer naar de mogelijkheden
€229,95Incl. tax €190,04Excl. tax
Apatite beads split approx. 11-6mm
  • Streng ca. 39cm
  • Rijggat ca. 1.0mm
€15,95Incl. tax €13,18Excl. tax
Apatite beads round facet approx. 3mm
  • 100% Natuurlijk
  • Streng ca. 39cm
  • Rijggat ca. 0.4mm
€14,95Incl. tax €12,36Excl. tax
Apatite beads around 8mm A Quality
  • 100% Natuurlijk
  • Streng ca. 39cm
  • Rijggat ca. 0.8mm
€30,50Incl. tax €25,21Excl. tax
Apatite beads faceted rondelle approx. 6x4mm A-quality cut
  • 100% Natuurlijk
  • Streng ca. 39cm
  • Rijggat ca. 0.6mm
€20,95Incl. tax €17,31Excl. tax
Apatite beads coins approx. 5mm
  • 100% Natuurlijk
  • Met de hand geslepen
  • Streng ca. 32cm
  • Rijggat ca. 0.4mm
€6,95Incl. tax €5,74Excl. tax
Groene Apatiet kralen rond ca.
  • 100% natuurlijk
  • Met de hand geslepen
  • Rijggat ca. 0.4mm
  • Streng ca. 31cm
€6,95Incl. tax €5,74Excl. tax

apatite beads


Apatite beads why are they so special ? Apatite is a relatively soft gemstone (5 on the Mohs scale). It is therefore easy to edit. However, that is also the reason why only the best apatite is sharpened. This gemstone comes in different colors; colorless, pink, yellow, green, blue, violet, red. Sometimes the gemstone bead is also multicolored. The green variety is also called 'asparagus stone'. The green color is the most common color. By carefully sharpening the crystals, the deep color comes out beautifully. Apatite beads also have a cat's eye variant. That is the bead with a stripe-shaped light effect. The bead looks like the slit-shaped eye of a cat. This form is mainly found in Burma and Sri Lanka. This special gemstone is characterized by a fibrous blue color.

Apatite beads do you know its properties?


Apatite beads can easily be mistaken for other gemstones. The gemstone bead is mainly confused with olivine, quartz, tourmaline and beryl. However, the hardness is decisive here. The minerals it resembles are (almost) all much harder. Tip: Apatite beads should only be cleaned with distilled water. Use a soft brush to clean. Keep that in mind when you clean your beads!

Where do the Apatite beads come from?


The vast majority of apatite gemstones found are used in industry. This gemstone belongs to the group of phosphates. The phosphorus is isolated from the apatite by heating in combination with other minerals. It is used in alloys, matches and pesticides. Phosphorus occurs in the form of phosphate in all living organisms. For example, calcium phosphate (hydroxylapatite) is a very important component of our bones and teeth.

Do you want to get started with this special gemstone bead tomorrow? Of course you can. Order the Apatite beads online today before five o'clock. And we will pack your package with this special gemstone bead directly for you.

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-xxx- Ilona