Not being an active collector for several years (until a few months ago), many of my go-to sites/sellers have up and gone.
I would still like to list them on this site, as most of them have helped me in some form or fashion while creating this site.

Links are provided to the following sites that carry both new and/or vintage products:

Estate Beads
Dreamtime Creations
Harman Importing
Accessories of Old
Closeout Jewelry Findings
A Grain of Sand
Bead Happily Ever After
Splendor in the Glass
Beading & Crystal Heaven
Wholesale Vintage Beads

eBay, Etsy, Artfire retailers:
Beading in the Rain - Judi
Swarovski Crystals and Rhinestones - Annekaye
RyStones Inc - Amanda
Forbeaden - Ginia
R Neve Beads - Rachael
General Bead
Creations by Devlin


While I put an immense amount of time into researching the Articles in the Swarovski Element Guide,
there are folks out there contributing to my research that make the site that much better.

Robert Bass, of
Robert, whose father was a bead dealer, was the self-proclaimed king of vintage glass!  Robert was also a professional photographer, and a brownie enthusiast.  
Robert was very helpful in identifying (and supplying) rare Swarovski colors and shapes. Since his passing, his daughter Beth has taken over the business.

Stephen Adamczyk, of Katie's Treasures
Stephen, Cathy and their team run Katie's Treasures in Waratah, Australia - a full service beading supply store.  
Stephen has been especially helpful in the identification of various Swarovski packaging, and finding rare items for my collections (and his!).


Inactive and thanks to:
Carolyn VanderB's Unofficial Swarovski Bead Shapes Reference
Flowerchylde's Beads & Things - Diane
Crystal Beads of Boston
Purple Finch Beads
Beadin' Path
AZ Gems
Swaro Beads aka The Museum of Jewelry
All the Glitters  - Mary's Beads
Contemporary Glassworks - Janet
Rachelle's Beads & Jewelry
NATIY - Nathalie