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.traveller.
11-11-2007, 03:22
What are some good online sites to buy pendulums? A_shikhs gave me a nice one that is the perfect size for travel and I was thinking that I'd like to get a fancier one just to have. I saw one on a wholesale site that had a coin on one end and a bloodstone on the other.

I used to make my own but I like the balance of the manufactured type.

Any leads?

MorningGlory
11-11-2007, 04:20
i purchased a couple from bestcrystals.com they have a large selection and reasonable prices, the citrine pendulum i bought has been pretty good. Ebay is actually a good place to look around too.

mysticmonkey
11-11-2007, 09:29
I've been drooling over the pendulums on this site: http://www.wizardnumerology.co.uk/store/index.aspx for a while but I don't use mine often enough to justify the cost. :(

Niti
11-11-2007, 09:33
I've been drooling over the pendulums on this site: http://www.wizardnumerology.co.uk/store/index.aspx for a while but I don't use mine often enough to justify the cost. :(
Ooooh those are gorgeous. *drools with catbaloo*

BodhiSeed
11-11-2007, 09:35
For a good deal you might want to try www.discountnewagebooks.com

Bodhran

.traveller.
11-11-2007, 12:42
Thank you! Those sites have given me some good ideas. I have found a supplier for the crystal bobs; I started looking when I was drawing a blank on the prefab ones.

It looks like I will be making my own fancy schmancy pendulum :D

Unfortunately, I also found a ton of jewelry making supplies that I want want want as well. Goodbye paycheck, hellooo jewelry supplies.

willowfox
11-11-2007, 14:25
I think eBay has some great choices if you are prepared to wait a bit.

UrbanFool
11-11-2007, 14:33
http://www.azuregreen.com has a good number of pendulums.

.traveller.
11-11-2007, 14:34
I've had to cut myself off from eBay; I was spending way too much money.

I'm actually pretty handy with making jewelry and a pendulum isn't much different in design. I didn't know where to find the bobs before, so I substituted various objects. Most of them worked well, the only thing that refused to work was a fluorite pendant... that thing just yelled NO at me repeatedly.

firefrost
14-11-2007, 20:16
catbaloo - that is a brilliant site - thanks for posting it!

Hils :)

Niti
14-11-2007, 20:40
For future reference to those of you in the UK, I just recieved a pendulum from holistic.shop.co.uk (http://www.holisticshop.co.uk/) and I'm impressed. It's nothing fancy but the stone and chain are quality and the prices are lower than a lot of other places I checked. It actually looks so much better than the ones I saw at the local crystal shop :D

firefrost
14-11-2007, 20:46
Thanks Niti - these do next day delivery, too.

I've been for a look but most are out of stock :(