This is what Rena wrote:
Neat Jewelry-Related Website
We can all relate to the need to "de-stash" our jewelry-making supplies from time to time!
Be sure to follow the links at the bottom of each page of Millie's site to click to the next picture-index page.
To me this is a "neat site" for three reasons:
First, for its photography. Millie has a lot of beautiful stones that are well-photographed, and the items that are still available have huge, lovely closeup shots when you click on them - which is so important in selling jewelry and components online.
Second, the still-available items have brief but very detailed descriptions - you know exactly what they are and how big they are.
And third, her site is visually clean and uncluttered. You can focus on exactly what you came to see - Millie's overstock of rocks!
Since the site started I've been buying stones from various places, mostly from retired lapidary fold, I started making cabochons from the "rough" that I had stashed.
I have a many repeat customers and have had a great time getting to know many of them.
Since Rena's message in her newsletter I have had to make some changes with the picture index. It just got too complicated but I show a picture of what you get, no random picks for the most part because the stones are one of a kind, and very individualized.