Soldering Trifecta with Kim St. Jean
Sodalite gemstone is opaque, and softer than quartz. Blue sodalite commonly has numerous white veins running through the stone, giving each stone a unique quality. Sodalite rock is found on nearly all continents; it was discovered in 1801 in Greenland. If you like the look of sodalite gemstone, take a peek at our sodalite gemstone beads to make a matching bracelet, necklace, or pair of earrings!

All stocked up on cabochons, but not sure where to go next? Head over to our wire department for a huge selection of gold filled, silver filled, Argentium® copper, brass and colorful craft wire to set your stone. You can also spice up your design with a few extra beads. All finished with those earrings or necklace, but just need that final touch? Check out all of the findings we have to offer. Ear wires, toggles clasps, crimp beads, and so much more!