Product Code: H114
from £0.45 to £2.65
Choose from our range of sparkly blue goldstone cabochons in a range of shapes and sizes for your handmade jewellery designs.
Goldstone is a beautiful sparkly manmade 'stone'; it is said that it was accidentally discovered by Italian monks practising alchemy who spilt molten copper into molten glass. Metal particles are suspended within glass to give goldstone its striking twinkle. Although copper is still used in the brown-red version of goldstone, it is replaced by cobalt for the blue variety to give the flecks a silvery appearance and a look reminiscent of a starry night sky (they're very sparkly - hard to capture in a photograph!).
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Orders are dispatched by us Monday to Friday, excluding Bank Holidays.
|UK (Standard: Non Tracked)||Calculated in shopping basket||£3.95 - £6.95|
|UK (Express Tracked Delivery)||Calculated in shopping basket||£4.95|
|UK (Special Delivery Priority Signed For Service)||Calculated in shopping basket||From £7.95|
|UK (Saturday Delivery, Signed For Delivery)||Calculated in shopping basket||From £14.00|
*Orders for Special Delivery, Priority Signed for Service must be placed before 12pm, Monday to Friday. Heavy orders weighing over 1.5Kg must be placed before 10.30am - usually only orders containing machines and multiple tools. Special Delivery is prioritised and should arrive next day but this is not guaranteed. Special Delivery does not apply to Saturday and Sundays and deliveries for highlands & islands may take a little longer. Special Delivery and Saturday Delivery are signed for services.
*Update to services - Special Delivery, Priority Signed for Service is prioritised but no refund of delivery fees will be available for late deliveries.
We have paused international deliveries and will resume as soon as we can.
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