Lapis Lazuli Round Beads (Faceted) Strand


  • Natural stone
  • Available in approximately ~ 02mm
  • Thread hole size approximately ~ 1mm
  • Roundbeads, Faceted
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SKU: SG0998.LZ

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Number of 4mm round beads
Number of 10mm round beads
8 inches
~Around 50 pcs
~Around 20 pcs
16 inches
~Around 100 pcs
~Around 40 pcs

Please note that while the photos serve as a reference, slight variations may occur.

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  • Natural stone
  • Available in approximately ~ 02mm
  • Thread hole size approximately ~ 1mm
  • Roundbeads, Faceted


Tai Chung Says:

Lapis lazuli, commonly referred to as lapis, is a vivid blue gemstone that has been treasured for thousands of years. It is composed of several minerals, primarily lazurite, along with pyrite and calcite. The intense blue color of lapis lazuli, often speckled with golden pyrite inclusions, is what makes it highly sought after and visually striking.

Lapis lazuli has a rich history and has been used for various purposes throughout different cultures. In ancient times, it was prized for its vibrant color and was often used in jewelry, decorative objects, and even ground into a powder to create pigments for artistic purposes. It holds significant cultural and symbolic value in many civilizations, including being associated with royalty, spirituality, and wisdom.

This gemstone is typically sourced from Afghanistan, although it can also be found in other regions such as Chile and Russia.


Lapis Lazuli