Wednesday, November 23, 2016

Elementals will be at The SoCo Outdoor Market 1610 S. Congress 11 to 6

Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Weather permitting on Friday, find Elementals out three days this week.
Friday at The Downtown Street Fair Congress & 9th from 11:30 to 2
Saturday at the SoCo Outdoor Market next to Vespaio from 11 to 6
Sunday at Radio Coffee & Beer 4204 Manchaca Rd. 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Wednesday, November 9, 2016

Find Elementals 3 days this week
Friday: Downtown Street Fair Congress at 9th 11:30 to 2
Saturday: SoCo Outdoor Market, by Vespaio 11 to 6
Sunday: ABGB 1305 W. Oltorf Noon to 6

Tuesday, November 8, 2016

More on the way. Lovely aquas that pair so well with the colors of Autumn. Imagine these with a Rust or an Olive color outfit - stunning!
On the way. Labradorite on the top and Moonstone on the bottom. Fingers have been busy this morning!

Thursday, November 3, 2016

Take 15% off all pieces with Citrine & Topaz
Buy 1 item, take 30% off a second
ROCK TRIVIA: CITRINE, November Birthstone
Citrine is part of the quartz family of stones, and the color ranges from a pale yellow to a deep, almost sherry color. Citrine is usually found inside geodes, and more rarely in larger formations which can weigh several pounds although most are not of gem quality. Citrine crystals can form together with Amethyst or Smoky Quartz to form a bi-colored quartz called Ametrine.
Citrine was carried by travelers and nomads because it is believed to carry a protection against snake venom, evil and impure thoughts. It is even nicknamed as the “success stone” because it was thought to attract prosperity and success.
Almost all Citrine that is available on the market today is heat-treated Amethyst. Natural Citrine is pale yellow to pale orange, much lighter than the heat-treated material which is a darker orange to reddish-brown. All of the heat-treated material has a red tint and usually subtle striping while natural Citrine is often cloudier.