Manufacturer: Wholesalers USA, Inc
Creative inspiration comes readily with these gorgeous miniature glass gems by Geminique on hand. They are lake blue translucent glass with a shimmering iridized finish that adds dimension to their already exceptional color. These gems are popular for use as vase/bowl fillers to create a water effect. Also use as aquarium decor, and in other creative craft projects.
Manufacturer: Wholesalers USA
A vibrant petal pink hue takes centerstage in these miniature acrylic nuggets. They are translucent acrylic, colored in a vivacious pink and accented by a smooth, polished finish. Get creative with these attractive nuggets and use them in your home, event or aquarium decor, and also in jewelry and crafts projects.
100% brand new and high quality
100 pcs in 1 bag of man-made pebbles
Line a walkway, edge a flower bed or decor garden ,fish tank with these unique pebbles.
Glow lasts approximately two to three hours after full sun exposure
The size of 1 pc Pebble:1.7cm x 2.4cm/0.67'' x 0.94''(approx)
Material: Photoluminescent pigment + resin
5 Colors for choose: Green/Purple/Orange/Blue/Yellow Green /Colorful
After being exposed to strong daylight with 3 hours, these pebbles can be lighted within 1-2 hours in the dark.
Note: Due to the difference between different monitors, the picture may not reflect the actual color of the item. Thank you
100pcs X Fluorescent Pebble Stone
Set of 3 Bags of Clear 14 oz Glass Decorative Gems
Manufacturer: Regent Products Corp.
Brand: Black Duck Brand
These beautiful gems will add that extra touch to your already beautifully decorated space. You'll enjoy the beauty these gems provide, especially as the light catches the gleam of each individual gem. Decorate a fish tank or fill a vase. Add a special touch to your home or office with these beautiful gems!
OHAJIKI ~Japanese Traditional Flat Glass Marbles~ 11.5 oz (Contains 158~164 pieces/bag) æ—¥æœ¬è£½ ãŠã¯ã˜ã
Ohajiki is a traditional game for Japanese children. Players take turns flicking small, coin-shaped pieces called ohajiki with their fingers, to hit other pieces. In the old days, they used pebbles, or pieces from another game called "Go". Today, the pieces are usually made of glass. When playing, make a circle with your thumb and index finger (or middle finger), then flick one piece with your thumb. This game became very popular as an indoor game for girls during the Edo period (from 1603 to 1867). How to play: (1) All players lay down the same number of ohajiki pieces on a flat surface, and then do jan-ken (rock, paper, scissors) to decide the order of play. (2) The first person to take a turn gathers everyone's pieces, using one hand, and then scatters them on the surface. (3) The player then indicates two pieces, and draws an imaginary line between them to show how he or she intends to hit one with the other. (4) If the player hits the piece as indicated, he or she keeps it. Otherwise, it is the next person's turn. At the end of the game, the person with the most pieces is the winner.