Gemstones widely used in Harmony Ball Pendants

Various types of semi-precious Gemstones are widely used by silversmith artisans in the making of Harmony Balls, more so in fact in Harmony ‘Dream’ Ball pendants. Gemstones often used include a variety of colored types like Amethyst, Peridot, Citrine, Topaz, Quartz in many colors, Turquoise, Garnet and Royal Ruby to name a few.

The gemstone used in a Harmony ‘Dream’ Ball actually serves a purpose beyond just being decorative – read this article to learn more, ‘What is the Difference between a Harmony Ball and a Dream Ball?’

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How is the Chime Ball in a Harmony Ball Made ? – How do they get that little bell in there ?

Often the soothing soft chime of Harmony Ball is taken for granted – but what makes the chime and how do they in fact make the chime ball.

Take a look at this very interesting article which covers this question in detail “What Makes a Harmony Ball Chime?

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Stunning Sterling Silver Harmony Ball Pendant

This absolutely Stunning Sterling Silver Harmony ball was recently seen in the ‘New Products’ section at http://www.HarmonyBall.net.au

This would have to be one of the most spectacular full Sterling Silver solid outer casing style Harmony Ball’s I have seen – marvelous craftsmanship by the silversmith obtaining such detail on a small ball (16mm).

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