Old Stock Fordite Pendant
Old Stock means material from about 35 years ago.
Fordite gets its name from the original source in the paint booth of the Ford plant in Detroit.
This material is probably from there. "Detroit Agate".
Beautiful pendant you can wear to add a statement to any outfit.
Fordite from the Detroit Ford plant is typically gray, maroon, white and black, with other colors red, blue, aqua, green, etc.
Fordite from the Highland Park plant in St. Paul, Minnesota, is much more colorful.
Lapidary is the craft of designing, sawing, grinding & polishing, milling & drilling, and wiring precious stones. There are up to 30 steps to create a gemstone. We do over 90% of this work in our own shop to create the finished pieces you see on JimzGemz.
We started making gemstones when I retired in 2011. So far, we have made over 15,000, and sold over 7,000 pieces. Business continues to grow, and we are pleased to provide for you our natural, hand-crafted products.
Payments are final. Lost or broken items are at the buyers risk unless a shipping option is chosen where the seller accepts the risk.
Shipping options are under info, and you may select 1 of 8 options. Please not that the buyer accept the risk for lost or broken items unless a shipping upgrade that transfers the risk to the seller is selected.
Just contact me within: 14 days of delivery
Ship items back to me within: 30 days of delivery
But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.
Because of the nature of these items, unless they arrive damaged or defective, I can't accept returns for:
Refunds are by mutual agreement, usually accepted.
We can provide custom orders, multiple items at reduced cost "wholesale". Our discounts usually run:
2 items 5%, Approx. $60 retail
3 10%, $90
6 15%, $180
9 20%, $300
12 25%, $600
15 30%, $900
20 35%, $1200
25 40%, $1500
30 45%, $1800
36 50%, $2000 and above "keystone".
We have made a number of such sales, most at the $2000 level.
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Dimension given is pendant height
Most pendants do not require any care. Silver, copper, and brass bails need to be polished from time to time. Gold, bronze and nickel bails require almost no care.