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Posted by Melissa Brown on 1/28/2014 to News
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In our first shipment from Brazil, the highlights included lots and lots of quartz in all sorts of shapes and sizes, laser crystals, lemurians, smokey quartz elestials, pink, green and even blue tourmaline on quartz plus some green tourmaline on pretty purple lepidolite. There's some epidote and a stunning combination of elestial smokey quartz with mica which I love because each piece has such a unique look and feel! I'm not the only one who feels this way, these pieces are going fast! Many of these items have been set-up in our new showroom. If you are located near our warehouse or are planning to come to our open house during this years Vancouver Gift Expo you must come see! If you cannot attend, browse our Brazil preview ONLINE or as PDF.
This morning when I came across the amethyst table in the warehouse I had to share. To give you an idea of the size I made sure to show the forklift it is sitting on in the photo. I also took a close-up of the huge beautiful purple crystals inside. For me this was jaw dropping! With the second shipment arriving from Brazil, it has brought lots more amethyst. Whether you want tiny pieces or giant cathedrals they are now here. Many crates still have to be unpacked and I can't wait!
If you want to stay in the loop about what's new in our warehouse, need help choosing the perfect piece of mookite, or want to learn more about tangerine quartz, the best thing to do is contact your Account Manager. You can also email [email protected] or call 1800-723-6403 with questions.
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Read more from our Brazil blog series. Click here for our second post!