Collection of Vintage Glass Stones From Early 1900

Collection of Vintage Glass Stones From Early 1900

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You will receive twelve unfoiled stones similar to those pictured here. They are in great shape, considering they are more than fifty years old.

These grab bags will always offer a one of a kind selection of unique sizes and cuts of old glass stones from a private collection spanning many years. They are very beautiful and rare, but not perfect. The colors are also a little different than the stones of today. They are great to wrap with filigrees or stampings, use in stained glass, kaleidoscopes, collages, and many other projects. These stones were created in West Germany and Czechoslovakia to be used by jewelry manufactures in the early part of the 1900s.

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You will receive twelve unfoiled stones similar to those pictured here. They are in great shape, considering they are more than fifty years old.

These grab bags will always offer a one of a kind selection of unique sizes and cuts of old glass stones from a private collection spanning many years. They are very beautiful and rare, but not perfect. The colors are also a little different than the stones of today. They are great to wrap with filigrees or stampings, use in stained glass, kaleidoscopes, collages, and many other projects. These stones were created in West Germany and Czechoslovakia to be used by jewelry manufactures in the early part of the 1900s.

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Collection of Vintage Glass Stones From Early 1900

Collection of Vintage Glass Stones From Early 1900

You will receive twelve unfoiled stones similar to those pictured here. They are in great shape, considering they are more than fifty years old.

These grab bags will always offer a one of a kind selection of unique sizes and cuts of old glass stones from a private collection spanning many years. They are very beautiful and rare, but not perfect. The colors are also a little different than the stones of today. They are great to wrap with filigrees or stampings, use in stained glass, kaleidoscopes, collages, and many other projects. These stones were created in West Germany and Czechoslovakia to be used by jewelry manufactures in the early part of the 1900s.

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