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WillingWoods bring value to you. WillingWoods IT provide information technology to our customers. WillingWoods Crystal give you a glorious journey to crystal world. WillingWoods Co., Ltd. manufacture and sales high end quartz materials & high end quartz products.

WillingWoods materials & WillingWoods products are used for lighting, photovoltaic, optical fiber, optics, semiconductor and other industries. WillingWater Quartz produces high-purity quartz sand, quartz tube & rod, large diameter resized quartz tube, quartz cylinder, quartz ingot, quartz plate, etc, and various quartz devices.

WillingWoods are committed to serving customers with professional technology and knowledge. Seamless communication, quick service to customers, and quick problem solving are our core values.

Our business is built upon quality and innovation, but our real strength is our people. WillingWater employs a highly skilled team of professionals to convert natural mineral resources into engineered customer solutions.   

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Crystal and Gems Processing

The mined crystal usually needs to be processed to maximize its value and function to meet people’s needs for viewing, wearing, and collecting. According to the crystal raw materials and the purpose of processing, the processing of crystals is generally divided into processing of rough crystals, crystal jewelry and crystal carvings. Crystal jewelry processing mainly includes curved, faceted, bead and special shapes.

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The difference between crystal and similar gems

The gems that are similar to crystals are mainly fluorite, calcite, feldspar, tourmaline, aquamarine, sageite, etc. The similarity is mainly reflected in appearance characteristics such as color and transparency. However, there are many differences between these gems and crystals.

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Identification of synthetic crystals

Fashionable crystal collectors like to collect natural crystals, but they often look away from the large number of synthetic crystals on the market. So, how to distinguish between natural crystal and synthetic crystal?

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