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Howlite Turquoise Beads

Howlite Turquoise is a beautiful robin's egg blue color - springy and fresh looking! Howlite was named in honor of 19th century geologist Henry How, who was the first to write about the stone in the scientific community. How originally called the stone silicoborocalcite. We at Lima Beads are thankful Howlite is now the recognized name since it is so much easier to say! Naturally, howlite is opaque white or light grey with streaks of black, brown, or grey. Because of its porosity, Howlite is often dyed and used as an affordable alternative to turquoise.

It is frequently found in distinctive cauliflower-like clusters or nodules. It is a calcium borosilicate hydroxide, most often mined in Eastern Canada and California, though found in several other locations around the world.

Howlite is said to have a calming effect upon its wearer, and encourages the health of bones and teeth.

15-16" strand
Was $2.95You save 22%
$2.30
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½ strand (loose)
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$1.29
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15-16" strand
Was $3.90You save 22%
$3.04
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½ strand (loose)
Was $2.15You save 22%
$1.68
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15-16" strand
Was $3.40You save 15%
$2.89
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½ strand (loose)
Was $1.90You save 15%
$1.62
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15-16" strand
Was $4.90You save 15%
$4.17
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½ strand (loose)
Was $2.70You save 15%
$2.30
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15-16" strand
Was $3.90You save 18%
$3.20
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½ strand (loose)
Was $2.15You save 18%
$1.76
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15-16" strand
Was $2.40You save 16%
$2.02
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½ strand (loose)
Was $1.35You save 16%
$1.13
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Native Spirit Necklace

designed by: Jess Italia Lincoln

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