Cabochons.

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Cabochons are dome-topped stones. We offer a respectable variety of materials and sizes in ovals,
and also some rounds, with a few other shapes.
Scale in pictures with grid: Each small square is 1 centimeter.


Cabochons of black	onyx, various forms of turquois
Cabochons of black onyx, various forms
of turquoise, and turquoise substitutes.
Cabochons of red canyon jasper.
Cabochons of red canyon jasper.
Cabochons of turquoise of various treatments, and
Cabochons of turquoise of various treatments,
and turquoise substitutes.
Cabochons of bumble bee stone.
Cabochons of bumble bee stone.
Freeform cabochons of chrysocolla.
Freeform cabochons of chrysocolla.
Sardonyx cabochons.
Sardonyx cabochons.
Cabochons of Deer Creek stone.
Cabochons of Deer Creek stone.
Cabochons of purple agate.
Cabochons of purple agate.
Cabochons of rainbow calsilica.
Cabochons of rainbow calsilica.
Cabochons of rainbow calsilica.
Cabochons of rainbow calsilica.
Cabochons of purple agate.
Cabochons of purple agate.
Cabochons of Sodalite.
Cabochons of Sodalite.
Cabochons of fiber-optic glass makes beautiful cat
Cabochons of fiber-optic glass makes
beautiful cats' eyes.
40 x 30 “Fire agate” cabochon (a jaspe
40 x 30 “Fire agate” cabochon
(a jasper-like stone). This is not
true chacedonic fire agate having the
dark red with irridescence, but is
a strongly colored opaque material
with an unusual pattern.
Cabochons of leopardskin rhyolite.
Cabochons of leopardskin rhyolite.
Cabochons of bird's eye rhyolite.
Cabochons of bird's eye rhyolite.
Cabochons of bird's eye rhyolite.
Cabochons of bird's eye rhyolite.
Cabochons of petrified palmwood.
Cabochons of petrified palmwood.