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Red Coral Necklace

1 years ago 531 Views

There’s something in the air and it smells like cool weather and falling leaves. Could it be too soon to think about Christmas? No, it’s never too soon to prepare for the coming holiday season. Here at Mine Finds, it has put us in the mood for red. Red coral, that is. It’s one of our favorite colors and we’re excited to wear it, although you don’t have to wait for Christmas!

Blue Opal - October 2018 HSN Today's Special

1 years ago 607 Views

Did you hear that? It’s your wardrobe calling, and it wants to revamp your style starting with a special blue opal necklace! Jay found the natural blue rough in India, which is a first for Mine Finds. As you know, Jay usually buys his blue opal from miners in Peru and the US, but it seems they’re no longer producing opals. So, we’re very excited to roll out this new blue opal from India during Jay’s October shows.

Pearl Knotted Labradorite Necklace

1 years ago 560 Views

Now that summer has come to an end it’s time to make the transition into fall. What does the new season have in store for your wardrobe? We recommend Jay’s latest necklace: a 36” knotted strand of faceted labradorite beads strung on cotton thread. This is a throwback to Jay’s vintage years when he was stringing necklaces on thread. (Did we really just say Jay and vintage in the same sentence??)

Campitos Pendant and Lapis Necklace

1 years ago 376 Views

Welcome back everyone! We’re now into October and it’s time to get ready for our favorite rockhound and his newest designs! Grab a cup of pumpkin spice latte and curl up in your cozy nest for a sneak peek: we have a gorgeous necklace and pendant to share with you.

Caring for Your Extra Special Stones

1 years ago 595 Views

Micro Opal Inlay

Micro opal inlay is a mosaic of tiny pieces of precious opal. Each one has been hand cut and carefully hand placed into the setting, therefore your micro opal inlay jewelry is very delicate.It can be easily damaged by heat, moisture, household cleaners and cosmetics. Exposure can cause the inlay to chip and discolor.