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Gemstones Cabochons

Gemstones Cabochons 

Gemstone natural stone cabochon size for easy jewelry creation

France Perles offers a large collection of natural stone cabochons in different sizes and colors. Our cabochons are carefully cut to obtain the best colors, and are available in a wide variety of natural stones, such as: Amethyst, Labradorite, Lapis Lazuli, Gemstone Moon, Turquoise, etc.

What is a cabochon?

A cabochon is a gemstone cut in a dome shape, with a rounded or raised surface on top, and a flat face on the bottom. Often used in jewelry making, the cabochon enhances the color, luster and brilliance of the natural stone. Cabochons are particularly suitable for jewelry creation because of their strength and unique aesthetics.

Find your ideal cabochons for your quality jewelry making, such as cabochons for rings, cabochons for necklaces, cabochons for earrings: 925 silver cabochon holder and 14K gold filled cabochon holder.

Please note that the size indicated for each cabochon may vary by +/-0.5mm.

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  • Cabochon agate of boswana

    Botswana Agate Cabochon - Gemstone - DIY Jewelry Design

    Discover our gemstone cabochon Botswana Agate in a variety of sizes and cabochon shapes: oval, round and square, in smooth version. You will find the Botswana Agate cabochon that will suit your jewelry creation for women or men.

    What is a Botswana Agate stone ?

    Agate is a fine stone (formerly called half-precious stone), belonging to the Chalcedony group. Crazy Lace Agate is native to Mexico, and is characterized by its fine red lines bringing joy to its wearer. Botswana Agate is a colorful stone with beautiful shades of gray and ochre brown, finely veined with white. These quality agates always have a soft color and make fine and discreet jewelry, with a hardness of 6.5 to 7 on the Mohs scale . If you want to know more about the history and virtues of the naturalAgate stone, find this information in our Blog.

    Whether you are a beginner or an expert designer, find our gemstones bead strand Botswana Agate or single beads sorted by shape to create your handmade jewelry prototypes (such as men's and/or women's bracelet ).

    How to use the cabochons?

    The cabochons are very simple to use, you just have to put glue on the flat side of the cabochon and stick it on a suitable support to create a piece of jewelry. Discover now our selection offinding for cabochon: cabochon support set in 925 silver and cabochon support set in 14K gold filled.

  • Grey Agate Cabochon

    Gray Agate Cabochon - Gemstone - Jewelry design idea

    Discover our gemstone cabochon in gray Agate in a variety of sizes and cabochon shapes: oval, round and square, in smooth or faceted version. You will find the gray agate cabochon that will suit your jewelry creation for women or men.

    What is a gray agate stone?

    Gray Agate is a fine stone (formerly called"stone half-precious"), characterized by its beautiful color often translucent, which is formed by volcanic activity and contact of the molten lava bubbly and full of gas with the ground. It also has striations and patterns. Properties of this fine stone include bringing emotional, physical and intellectual balance by removing energy blockages within the body and stabilizing the energy of the physical body. With a hardness of 6.5 to 7 on the Mohs scale, gray agate is a beautiful option for fine, understated jewelry. If you want to know more about the history and virtues of the naturalAgate stone, find this information in our Blog.

    Whether you are a beginner or an expert designer, find our gemstones bead strand Tinted Agate or beads by shape to create your handmade jewelry prototypes (such as men's and/or women's bracelet ).

    How to use the cabochons ?

    The cabochons are very simple to use, you just have to put glue on the flat side of the cabochon and glue on a suitable support to create a jewel. Discover now our selection offinding for cabochon: cabochon support set in 925 silver and cabochon support set in 14K gold filled.

  • Black agate cabochon

    Black Agate (Onyx) Cabochon - Gemstone - DIY Jewelry Design

    Discover our gemstone cabochon black agate in a variety of sizes and shapes: oval, drop and round, smooth or faceted (or even flat). You will find the black agate cabochon that will suit your jewelry creation for women or men.

    What is a black agate stone?

    Black Agate is under the name Onyx, a fine stone (formerly called "stone half-precious") which is known in lithotherapy for its protective virtues for the body and soul, in addition to strengthening the soul and responsibility. This fine stone is a variety of Chalcedony and is found mainly in India, South America (Argentina, Uruguay, Mexico, Brazil...) and South Africa. It has a beautiful, often translucent color with a hardness of 6.5 to 7 on the Mohs scale, which makes it an ideal fine stone for jewelry. If you want to know more about the history and virtues of the naturalAgate stone, find this information in our Blog.

    Whether you are a beginner or an expert designer, find our gemstones bead strand Black Agate (Onyx) or beads by the unit classified by shape to create your handmade jewelry prototypes (such as men's and/or women's bracelet ).

    How to use the cabochons ?

    Cabochons are very easy to use, you just have to put glue on the flat side of the cabochon and stick it on a suitable support to create a jewel. Discover now our selection offinding for cabochon: cabochon support set in 925 silver and cabochon support set in 14K gold filled.

  • Tinted Agate Cabochon

    Dyed Agate Cabochon - Gemstone - DIY Jewelry Design

    Discover our gemstone cabochon in dyed Agate in a variety of sizes and shapes: oval, round and square, in faceted version. You will find the right tinted agate cabochon for your men's or women's jewelry creation.

    What is a tinted agate stone?

    Tinted Agate is a fine stone (formerly called "stone half-precious"), part of the Chalcedony group. Agates respond well to dyes, which allows for bright, uniform colors on durable stones to create colorful jewelry at a good price. Dyeing allows you to get all the colors you want, because agate is usually pale in color. It has a beautiful, often translucent color with a hardness of 6.5 to 7 on the Mohs scale. If you want to know more about the history and virtues of naturalAgate stone, find this information in our Blog.

    Whether you are a beginner or an expert designer, find our gemstones bead strand Tinted Agate or beads by the unit classified by shape to create your handmade jewelry prototypes (such as men's and/or women's bracelet ).

    How to use the cabochons ?

    The cabochons are very simple to use, you just have to put glue on the flat side of the cabochon and glue on a suitable support to create a jewel. Discover now our selection offinding for cabochon: cabochon support set in 925 silver and cabochon support set in 14K gold filled.

  • Green Agate Cabochon

    Green Agate Cabochon - Gemstone - Jewelry design idea

    Discover our gemstone cabochon green Agate in a variety of sizes and shapes: oval, round and square, smooth or faceted. You will find the green agate cabochon that will suit your jewelry creation for women or men.

    What is a green agate stone?

    Green Agate is a fine stone (formerly called "stone half-precious"), part of the Chalcedony group. Agates respond well to dyes, which allows for bright, uniform colors on durable stones to create colorful jewelry at a good price. Dyeing allows you to get all the colors you want, because agate is usually pale in color. It has a beautiful, often translucent color with a hardness of 6.5 to 7 on the Mohs scale. If you want to know more about the history and virtues of natural Agate stone, find this information in our Blog.

    Whether you are a beginner or an expert designer, find our gemstones bead strand Agate or beads by the unit classified by shape to create your handmade jewelry prototypes (such as men's and/or women's bracelet ).

    How to use the cabochons ?

    The cabochons are very simple to use, you just have to put glue on the flat side of the cabochon and stick it on a suitable support to create a jewel. Discover now our selection offinding for cabochon: cabochon support set in 925 silver and cabochon support set in 14K gold filled.

  • aquamarine cabochon

    Aquamarine Cabochon - Gemstone - DIY Jewelry Design

    Discover our Aquamarine cabochon gemstone in a variety of sizes and shapes: oval, round and square, in smooth or flat versions. You will find the aquamarine cabochon that will suit your jewelry creation for women or men.

    What is an aquamarine stone?

    Aquamarine (from the Latin aqua marina, "sea water") is a fine stone, it was once also called "stone half -precious". It is a variety of beryl, with a light blue color reminiscent of sea water. It is often associated with travelers and sailors because of its color, but also for its transparency which is often associated with purity. The most beautiful aquamarines come from Brazilian deposits. It has a hardness of 7.5 to 8 on the Mohs scale. If you want to know more about the history and virtues of the natural aquamarine stone, find this information in our Blog.

    Whether you are a beginner or an expert designer, find our gemstones bead strand Aquamarine or beads by the unit sorted by shape to create your handmade jewelry prototypes (such as men's and/or women's bracelet ).

    How to use the cabochons ?

    The cabochons are very easy to use, you just have to put glue on the flat side of the cabochon and stick it on a suitable support to create a jewel. Discover now our selection offinding for cabochon: cabochon support set in 925 silver and cabochon support set in 14K gold filled.

  • Cabochon amazonite

    Amazonite Cabochon - Gemstone - Jewelry design idea

    Discover our gemstone cabochon Amazonite in a variety of sizes and shapes: oval, drop and round. You will find the right Amazonite cabochon for your men's or women's jewelry creation.

    What is an Amazonite stone?

    Amazonite, formerly known as half-preciousstone, is a variety of microcline feldspar with a hardness ranging from 6 to 6.5 on the Mohs scale. Its name is derived from the Amazon River, where it is believed to have been discovered. This fine green, blue-green, translucent to opaque stone has a shimmering appearance and is sensitive to pressure. The largest mines are in Brazil, Russia and the United States (Colorado). If you want to know more about the history and virtues of the natural stoneAmazonite, find this information in our Blog.

    Whether you are a beginner or an expert designer, find our gemstones bead strand Amazonite or beads by the unit classified by shape to create your handmade jewelry prototypes (such as men's and/or women's bracelet ).

    How to use the cabochons ?

    The cabochons are very simple to use, you just have to put glue on the flat side of the cabochon and stick it on a suitable support to create a piece of jewelry. Discover now our selection offinding for cabochon: cabochon support set in 925 silver and cabochon support set in 14K gold filled.

  • Peruvian amazonite cabochon

    Peruvian Amazonite Cabochon - Gemstone - DIY Jewelry Design

    Discover our Peruvian Amazonite cabochon gemstone in a variety of sizes and shapes: oval, round and square, in smooth or flat versions. You will find the Peruvian Amazonite cabochon that will suit your jewelry creation for women or men.

    What is an Amazonite stone?

    Amazonite is a fine stone, it was once also called "stone half -precious". It is a variety of microcline feldspar. It has a hardness ranging from 6 to 6.5 on the Mohs scale. Its name is derived from the Amazon River, where it was discovered. This half gemstone is green, blue-green, translucent to opaque, has a shimmering appearance and is sensitive to pressure. The largest mines are in Brazil, Russia and the United States (Colorado). If you want to know more about the history and virtues of the natural stoneAmazonite, find this information in our Blog.

    Whether you are a beginner or an expert designer, find our gemstones bead strand Amazonite or beads by the unit classified by shape to create your handmade jewelry prototypes (such as men's and/or women's bracelet ).

    How to use the cabochons ?

    The cabochons are very simple to use, you just have to put glue on the flat side of the cabochon and stick it on a suitable support to create a piece of jewelry. Discover now our selection offinding for cabochon: cabochon support set in 925 silver and cabochon support set in 14K gold filled.

  • Amethyst cabochon

    Amethyst Cabochon - Gemstone - Jewelry design idea

    Discover our gemstone cabochon Amethyst in a variety of sizes and shapes: oval, drop and round. You will find the Amethyst cabochon that will suit your jewelry creation woman or man.

    What is an Amethyst stone?

    Amethyst is a fine stone, it was formerly called "stone half -precious", a purple variety of quartz. Its hardness is 7 on the Mohs scale. Its different shades of purple and its ease of cutting make it a very popular stone in jewelry, offering many possibilities. If you want to know more about the history and virtues ofAmethyst natural stone, find out more in our Blog.

    Whether you are a beginner or an expert designer, find our gemstones bead strand Amethyst or pearls by shape to create your handmade jewelry prototypes (such as men's and/or women's bracelet ).

    How to use the cabochons ?

    The cabochons are very simple to use, you just have to put glue on the flat side of the cabochon and stick on a suitable support to create a jewel. Discover now our selection offinding for cabochon: cabochon support set in 925 silver and cabochon support set in 14K gold filled.

  • Cabochon Apatite

    Apatite Cabochon - Gemstone - Jewelry design idea

    Discover our Apatite cabochon gemstone in a variety of shapes: square, drop, round, donut... You'll find the right Apatite cabochon for your men's or women's jewelry creation.

    What is an Apatite stone?

    Apatite is a fine stone, formerly known as half-precious stone. Its changing composition gives it different colors: very pure turquoise blue, darker blue, "smurf" blue. But it can also be various shades of yellow and sometimes green. Its shades of blue make it ideal for original jewelry. It has a hardness of 5 on the Mohs scale. To find out more about its history and virtues, read our article on Apatite stone.

    Whether you're a beginner or an expert designer, find our bead strand Apatite gemstones or pearls by shape to create your own handmade jewelry prototypes (such as men's and/or women's bracelets ).

    How do I use cabochons?

    Cabochons are very easy to use: simply apply glue to the flat side of the cabochon and glue to a suitable support to create a piece of jewelry. Discover our selection offinding for cabochons: cabochon support set in 925 sterling silver and cabochon support set in 14K gold filled.

  • Cabochon aventurine

    Aventurine Cabochon - Gemstone - DIY Jewelry Design

    Discover our gemstone cabochon in Aventurine in a variety of sizes and shapes: oval, round and square, smooth or faceted (or even flat). You will find the right Aventurine cabochon for your jewelry creation for women or men.

    What is an Aventurine stone?

    Aventurine is a fine stone (formerly called "stone half-precious"), it is a variety of quartz containing inclusions of fuchsite, giving the stone a green, orange, pink or sometimes blue color. The main deposits are in Brazil, India, Madagascar and the United States, and it has a hardness of 6.5 and 7 on the Mohs scale. If you want to know more about the history and virtues ofAventurine natural stone, find this information in our Blog.

    Whether you are a beginner or an expert designer, find our gemstones bead strand Aventurine or beads by the unit classified by shape in order to create your handmade jewelry prototypes (such as men's and/or women's bracelet ).

    How to use the cabochons ?

    The cabochons are very simple to use, you just have to put glue on the flat side of the cabochon and glue on a suitable support to create a jewel. Discover now our selection offinding for cabochon: cabochon support set in 925 silver and cabochon support set in 14K gold filled.

  • Chalcedony cabochon

    Chalcedony Cabochon - Gemstone - Jewelry design idea

    Discover our cabochon Chalcedony gemstone in a variety of sizes and shapes: oval, round and square, smooth or faceted. You will find the Chalcedony cabochon that will suit your jewelry creation for women or men.

    What is a Chalcedony stone ?

    Chalcedony, a fine stone formerly called"stone half-precious", is a mineral or rock composed of quartz crystallites, which takes its name from the city of Chalcedon in Asia Minor. It offers a wide range of pastel colors, but can also be tinted to achieve brighter, more uniform colors, and has a matte to silky sheen. Because of its strength, Chalcedony is ideal for jewelry making, and its hardness is between 6.5 and 7 on the Mohs scale. If you want to know more about the history and virtues of Chalcedony natural stone, find this information in our Blog.

    Whether you are a beginner or an expert designer, find our gemstones bead strand Chalcedony or beads by the unit classified by shape to create your handmade jewelry prototypes (such as men's and/or women's bracelet ).

    How to use the cabochons ?

    The cabochons are very simple to use, you just have to put glue on the flat side of the cabochon and stick on a suitable support to create a jewel. Discover now our selection offinding for cabochon: cabochon support set in 925 silver and cabochon support set in 14K gold filled.

  • Chrysocolla cabochon

    Chrysocolla cabochon - Gemstone - DIY Jewelry Design

    Discover our gemstone cabochon Chrysocolla in a variety of sizes and shapes: oval and round. You'll find the cabochon in Chrysocolla that will suit your jewelry creation for women or men.

    What is a Chrysocolla stone?

    Chrysocolla, a hydrated copper silicate often with traces of copper, iron and manganese oxides, is a fine stone (formerly known asa " half-preciousstone") that is known for its soothing and therapeutic properties, relieving fear, guilt and nervous tension. It is also known to crystallize feelings centered on love, acceptance and tolerance of others, thus promoting goodwill and the ability to forgive. In addition, chrysocolla is beneficial for activating the feminine qualities in all of us. With a hardness of 2 to 4 on the Mohs scale. If you want to know more about its history and its virtues of the natural stone of Chrysocolla, find this information in our Blog.

    Whether you are a beginner or an expert designer, find our gemstones bead strand Chrysocolla or pearls by shape to create your handmade jewelry prototypes (such as men's and/or women's bracelet ).

    How to use the cabochons ?

    The cabochons are very simple to use, you just have to put glue on the flat side of the cabochon and glue on a suitable support to create a jewel. Discover now our selection offinding for cabochon: cabochon support set in 925 silver and cabochon support set in 14K gold filled.

  • Chrysoprase cabochon

    Chrysoprase Cabochon - Gemstone - Jewelry design idea

    Discover our gemstone cabochon Chrysoprase in a variety of sizes and shapes: oval and round. You will find the cabochon in Chrysoprase that will suit your jewelry creation woman or man.

    What is a Chrysoprase stone ?

    Chrysoprase, a fine stone formerly called" half-preciousstone", is a variety of green chalcedony colored by nickel. Its apple green color and other shades of green, ranging from light to very dark, are enhanced by a cabochon or slightly faceted cut. Used since ancient times by the Egyptians, Greeks and Romans, this gem has a hardness of 2 to 4 on the Mohs scale. If you want to know more about the history and virtues of Chrysoprase natural stone, find out more in our Blog.

    Whether you are a beginner or an expert designer, find our gemstones bead strand Chrysoprase or beads by unit classified by shape to create your handmade jewelry prototypes (such as men's and/or women's bracelet ).

    How to use the cabochons ?

    The cabochons are very simple to use, you just have to put glue on the flat side of the cabochon and stick on a suitable support to create a jewel. Discover now our selection offinding for cabochon: cabochon support set in 925 silver and cabochon support set in 14K gold filled.

  • Cabochon Citrine
  • Coral Cabochon

    Natural Red Coral Cabochon for DIY jewelry creation

    Discover our Mediterranean red coral cabochon in a variety of sizes and shapes: round and oval. You will find the coral cabochon that will suit your jewelry creation woman or man.

    What is a coral stone?

    Coral is an organic stone, the red coral is rare and very appreciated in jewelry since ancient times for its blood red and its symbolism. In Greco-Roman mythology, coral is said to be the petrified blood of the Gorgon whose severed head Perseus threw into the sea. It is therefore attributed many virtues and magical powers. It has a hardness of 3.5 and 4 on the Mohs scale.

    Whether you are a beginner or an expert designer, find our gemstones bead strand to create your handmade jewelry prototypes (such as men's and/or women's bracelet ).

    How to use the cabochons ?

    The cabochons are very simple to use, you just have to put glue on the flat side of the cabochon and stick it on a suitable support to create a jewel. Discover now our selection offinding for cabochon: cabochon support set in 925 silver and cabochon support set in 14K gold filled.

  • Carnelian cabochon

    Carnelian Cabochon - Gemstone - DIY Jewelry Design

    Discover our gemstone Carnelian cabochon in a variety of sizes and shapes: oval, round and square, smooth or faceted (or even flat). You will find the Carnelian cabochon that will suit your jewelry creation for women or men.

    What is a Carnelian stone ?

    Carnelian, a fine stone (formerly known as half-preciousstone), is a variety of chalcedony with an orange-red color. Because of its uniform and pure color, it has been widely used in jewelry for thousands of years and remains a popular traditional component in jewelry. It has a hardness of 7 on the Mohs scale. If you want to know more about the history and virtues of Carnelian natural stone, find out more in our Blog.

    Whether you are a beginner or an expert designer, find our gemstones bead strand Carnelian or beads by the unit classified by shape to create your handmade jewelry prototypes (such as men's and/or women's bracelet ).

    How to use the cabochons ?

    The cabochons are very easy to use, you just have to put glue on the flat side of the cabochon and stick it on a suitable support to create a piece of jewelry. Discover now our selection offinding for cabochon: cabochon support set in 925 silver and cabochon support set in 14K gold filled.

  • Rock crystal cabochon

    Rock Crystal Cabochon - Gemstone - Jewelry design idea

    Discover our gemstone Rock Crystal cabochon in a variety of sizes and shapes: oval and round. You will find the Rock Crystal cabochon that will suit your jewelry creation woman or man.

    What is a Rock Crystal stone?

    Rock crystal, a fine stone (formerly called"stone half-precious"), is the transparent and pure variety of quartz, which has an innocent appearance in jewelry and is endowed with protective and purifying virtues. Its hardness is 7 on the Mohs scale. If you want to know more about its history and its virtues of the natural stone of Rock Crystal, find this information in our Blog.

    Whether you are a beginner or an expert designer, find our gemstones bead strand Rock crystal or beads by unit classified by shape to create your handmade jewelry prototypes (such as men's and/or women's bracelet ).

    How to use the cabochons ?

    The cabochons are very simple to use, you just have to put glue on the flat side of the cabochon and glue on a suitable support to create a jewel. Discover now our selection offinding for cabochon: cabochon support set in 925 silver and cabochon support set in 14K gold filled.

  • Cyanite cabochon

    Cyanite cabochon - Gemstone - DIY Jewelry Design

    Discover our gemstone cabochon Cyanite in a variety of sizes and shapes: oval, round and square. You will find the Cyanite cabochon that will suit your jewelry creation for women or men.

    What is a Cyanite stone?

    Cyanite (sometimes called kyanite or kyanite) is a fine stone (formerly called" half-preciousstone") recognizable by its jean blue color with a vitreous to pearly luster, which can also be found in darker shades of blue and sapphire blue and often streaked with white. The most famous deposits are in the Kali Gandaki Region, on the border between Nepal and Tibet. It has a hardness of 4.5 to 7.5 on the Mohs scale and is known for its protective and soothing properties. If you want to know more about the history and virtues of Cyanite natural stone, find this information in our Blog.

    Whether you are a beginner or an expert designer, find our gemstones bead strand Cyanite or beads by the unit classified by shape to create your handmade jewelry prototypes (such as men's and/or women's bracelet ).

    How to use the cabochons ?

    The cabochons are very easy to use, you just have to put glue on the flat side of the cabochon and stick on a suitable support to create a jewel. Discover now our selection offinding for cabochon: cabochon support set in 925 silver and cabochon support set in 14K gold filled.

  • Emerald cabochon

    Emerald Cabochon - Gemstone - Jewelry design idea

    Discover our gemstone cabochon Emerald in round shape. You will find the cabochon in Emerald which will be appropriate for your creation of woman or man jewel.

    What is an Emerald stone?

    Emerald is a precious stone, it is, with diamond, sapphire and ruby, one of the four most prized gems. Emerald has a hardness of 7.5 to 8 on the Mohs scale. In lithotherapy, emerald is known for its soothing and regenerative properties on the body and mind. It is considered the stone of wisdom, balance and harmony, and is believed to promote emotional healing, creativity and mental clarity. If you want to know more about the history and virtues of the natural stoneEmerald, find this information in our Blog.

    Whether you are a beginner or an expert designer, find our gemstones bead strand Emerald or beads by the unit classified by shape in order to create your handmade jewelry prototypes (such as men's and/or women's bracelet ).

    How to use the cabochons ?

    The cabochons are very simple to use, you just have to put glue on the flat side of the cabochon and stick on a suitable support to create a jewel. Discover now our selection offinding for cabochon: cabochon support set in 925 silver and cabochon support set in 14K gold filled.

  • Garnet cabochon

    Garnet cabochon - Gemstone Fine gem - Jewelry design

    Discover our Garnet cabochon gemstone in oval or round shapes. You'll find the perfect Garnet cabochon for your men's or women's jewelry creation.

    What is a garnet stone?

    Garnet is a fine stone that comes in a variety of colors, from deep red to emerald green. Unlike pyrite, which is often confused with gold, garnet is best known for its rich colors and jewelry applications. This stone was highly prized in Antiquity and the Middle Ages as a symbol of protection. It has a hardness of 6.5 to 7.5 on the Mohs scale, making it resistant enough for most jewelry uses.

    If you'd like to find out more about its history and virtues, read our article on garnet stone.

    Whether you're a beginner or an expert designer, find our bead strand garnet beads or single beads sorted by shape to create your own handmade jewelry prototypes (such as men's and/or women's bracelets ).

    How do I use cabochons?

    Cabochons are very easy to use: simply apply glue to the flat side of the cabochon and glue to a suitable support to create a piece of jewelry. Discover our selection offinding for cabochons: cabochon support set in 925 sterling silver and cabochon support set in 14K gold filled.

  • Cabochon hematite

    Hematite Cabochon - Gemstone - DIY Jewelry Design

    Discover our gemstone cabochon Hematite in a variety of sizes and shapes: oval, round and drop. You will find the Hematite cabochon that will suit your jewelry creation for women or men.

    What is a hematite stone?

    Hematite is a fine stone (formerly called "stone half-precious"), a gem whose very characteristic metallic color goes from gray to black. Its silvery reflections give a modern look to jewelry and it is very well suited to men. Hematite is associated with blood and therefore with vital energy, as hematite powder was used as a red pigment. The main deposits are in the United States and Canada. It has a hardness of 5.5 and 6.5 on the Mohs scale. If you want to know more about the history and virtues ofHematite natural stone, find this information in our Blog.

    Whether you are a beginner or an expert designer, find our gemstones bead strand Hematite or beads by the unit classified by shape in order to create your handmade jewelry prototypes (such as men's and/or women's bracelet ).

    How to use the cabochons ?

    The cabochons are very simple to use, you just have to put glue on the flat side of the cabochon and glue on a suitable support to create a jewel. Discover now our selection offinding for cabochon: cabochon support set in 925 silver and cabochon support set in 14K gold filled.

  • Howlite cabochon

    Howlite Cabochon - Gemstone - Jewelry design idea

    Discover our gemstone cabochon in Howlite in a variety of sizes and shapes: oval, round and square, smooth or faceted. You will find the right howlite cabochon for your jewelry creation.

    What is a howlite stone?

    Howlite is a fine stone (formerly called "stone half-precious") which is known for its soothing and calming properties. This stone is often used in lithotherapy to reduce stress and promote meditation. It is also known to promote patience and wisdom. It was discovered in 1868 in California and was named after Canadian chemist and mineralogist Henry How. Although it is sometimes referred to as "white turquoise", Howlite has its own distinct properties and characteristics. Howlite deposits are located in the United States, Canada, Turkey and Germany. It has a hardness of 3.5 on the Mohs scale. If you want to know more about the history and virtues ofhowlite natural stone, find this information in our Blog.

    Whether you are a beginner or an expert designer, find our gemstones bead strand Howlite or beads by the unit classified by shape to create your handmade jewelry prototypes (such as men's and/or women's bracelet ).

    How to use the cabochons ?

    The cabochons are very simple to use, you just have to put glue on the flat side of the cabochon and stick it on a suitable support to create a jewel. Discover now our selection offinding for cabochon: cabochon support set in 925 silver and cabochon support set in 14K gold filled.

  • White jade cabochon

    White Jade Cabochon - Gemstone - DIY Jewelry Design

    Discover our cabochon gemstone in White Jade in a variety of sizes and shapes: oval, round and square, smooth or faceted. You will find the cabochon in White Jade that will suit your jewelry creation for women or men.

    What is a jade stone ?

    Jade is a fine stone (formerly called "stone half-precious"). It can vary from the purest white to dark green. There are two types of jade: jadeite, which is often a light green and can sometimes have white in it, giving the appearance of the famous and rare "imperial jade", but can also have shades of purple, orange and brown, and nephrite, which is an intense green with small black inclusions (graphite and magnetite), giving it the appearance of a kiwi, but can also be completely white. Jade is a stone highly prized for its symbolism and its benefits in lithotherapy. It is considered a stone of wisdom and purity, bringing harmony and inner peace. In the Chinese tradition, jade is considered a symbol of protection, luck and longevity. It has a hardness ranging from 6.5 to 7 on the Mohs scale. If you want to know more about the history and virtues of White Jade stone, find out more in our Blog.

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  • Jasper Cabochon

    Jasper Cabochon - Gemstone - Jewelry design idea

    Discover our gemstone Jasper cabochon in a variety of sizes and shapes: oval and round, smooth or faceted. You will find the Jasper cabochon that will suit your jewelry creation for women or men.

    What is a Jasper stone ?

    Jasper is a fine stone (formerly called "stone half-precious") which is part of the Chalcedony family, just like Agate. Jasper is opaque and comes in a variety of colors but remains in dark red, brown and dark green hues. It is often cut in cabochon or engraved, used in jewelry as well as for ornamentation. Red jasper is prized for its non-aggressive color and calming properties that help relieve stress and external tension. It has a hardness of 6.5 and 7 on the Mohs scale. If you want to know more about the history and virtues of natural Jasper stone, find this information in our Blog.

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  • Cabochon Jaspe Kambaba

    Cabochon Jasper Kambaba - Gemstone natural - Quality cabochon

    Discover our Kambaba Jasper cabochon gemstone in a variety of sizes and shapes: round, flat or domed. You'll find the right Kambaba Jasper cabochon for your men's or women's jewelry creation.

    What is a Jasper stone?

    Jasper is a fine stone (formerly known as semi-precious ) belonging to the Chalcedony family, like Agate. Jasper is opaque and comes in a variety of colors, but remains in dark red, brown and dark green hues. It is often cabochon-cut or engraved, and is used for both jewelry and ornamentation. Red jasper is highly prized for its non-aggressive color and its calming properties that release stress and external tensions. It has a hardness of 6.5 and 7 on the Mohs scale. If you'd like to find out more about the history and virtues of natural Jasper stone, read all about it in our Blog.

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    How do I use cabochons?

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  • Cabochon labradorite

    Labradorite cabochon - Gemstone - DIY jewelry making

    Discover our gemstone cabochon Labradorite in a variety of sizes and shapes: square, oval and round, in smooth or flat version. You will find the Labradorite cabochon that will suit your jewelry creation for women or men.

    What is a Labradorite stone?

    Labradorite is a fine stone (formerly called" half-preciousstone") known for its fascinating play of colors often in blue-green tones, called labradorescence, as well as for its metallic luster. In jewelry, labradorite is sublimated by light, which earned it the nickname "stone of fire" given by the Amerindians. The main deposits of labradorite are in Canada, on the Labrador Peninsula where it was discovered, but also in the United States, Madagascar, Mexico, Russia and Finland for the spectrolite variety which has all the colors of the rainbow in its reflections. It has a hardness of 6 to 6.5 on the Mohs scale. If you want to know more about the history and virtues of the natural stone Labradorite, find this information in our Blog.

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  • Lapis lazuli cabochon

    Lapis Lazuli cabochon - Gemstone - DIY Jewelry Design

    Discover our gemstone cabochon Lapis Lazuli in a variety of sizes and shapes: oval, round and square, smooth or faceted (or even flat). You will find the right Lapis Lazuli cabochon for your jewelry creation for women or men.

    What is a lapis lazuli stone?

    Lapis lazuli is a fine stone (formerly called "stone half-precious"), a rock composed of different minerals that give it its overseas blue color, its fine white veins (calcite) and its small golden spots (pyrite). Considered the most precious stone by the Persians who saw it as a starry sky, lapis lazuli is extracted mainly in Iran where the most beautiful deposits are still found today. The mines in the Sar-e-Sang region of Afghanistan also produce high quality stones, which Marco Polo already praised. The most productive deposits today are found around the city of Ovalle, Chile, where lapis lazuli has been designated a national stone because of its incomparable beauty. It has a hardness of 7 on the Mohs scale. If you want to know more about its history and its virtues of the natural stone of Lapis lazuli, find this information in our Blog.

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    How to use the cabochons ?

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  • Larimar cabochon

    Larimar Cabochon - Gemstone - Jewelry design idea

    Discover our gemstone cabochon Larimar in a variety of sizes and shapes: oval and round. You will find the right Larimar cabochon for your woman or man jewelry creation.

    What is a larimar stone?

    Larimar is a fine stone (formerly called "stone half-precious"), is a variety of blue pectolite veined with white or pale blue. The finest stones are found in the Dominican Republic and Italy. With its distinctive blue-green and fine white veins, it resembles the turquoise water of the Caribbean seas, making it a highly sought-after gemstone because of its rarity and unique color. It has a hardness of 4.5 and 5 on the Mohs scale. If you want to know more about the history and virtues of the natural Larimar stone, find this information in our Blog.

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  • Malachite cabochon

    Malachite cabochon - Gemstone - DIY Jewelry Design

    Discover our gemstone Malachite cabochon in a variety of sizes and shapes: oval and round. You will find the Malachite cabochon that will suit your jewelry creation for women or men.

    What is a Malachite stone?

    Malachite is a fine stone (formerly called "stone half-precious"), is a green gem famous for its zonations of light and dark green colors. This stone is usually cut in cabochon to highlight these shades of green and has been widely used in the creation of ornamental objects, such as Fabergé eggs. The best known deposits are in the Urals, although most malachite is now mined in the Democratic Republic of Congo and Namibia. It has a hardness of 3.5 and 4 on the Mohs scale. If you want to know more about the history and virtues of Malachite natural stone, find this information in our Blog.

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  • Cabochons Nacres

    Cabochon Nacres - Gemstone - Jewelry design idea

    Discover our gemstone cabochon in Pearls under a variety of size and shape: oval, round and square, in smooth or faceted version. You will find the cabochon in mother-of-pearl that will suit your jewelry creation for women or men.

    What is a Mother of Pearl ?

    The mother of pearl is a fine stone (formerly called "stone half-precious"), is the inner layer of mollusc shells. It is formed by a regular juxtaposition of layers of aragonite tablets, usually white or pink. It has a hardness of 3.5 to 4 on the Mohs scale.

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  • Obsidian cabochon

    Obsidian cabochon - Gemstone - DIY jewelry design

    Discover our gemstone Obsidian cabochon in round or oval form. You'll find the right Obsidian cabochon for your men's or women's jewelry creation.

    What is an Obsidian stone?

    Obsidian is a fine stone (formerly called half-preciousstone), a shiny, vitreous volcanic rock often used in jewelry. Its black variety is the most common for its aesthetic properties and ability to confer an elegant style. As well as being easy to wear, black obsidian is also known for its protective and purifying properties. Its hardness ranges from 5 to 5.5 on the Mohs scale. If you'd like to find out more about the history and virtues ofObsidian natural stone, read all about it in our Blog.

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    How do I use cabochons?

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  • Tiger eye cabochon

    Tiger Eye Cabochon - Gemstone - Jewelry design idea

    Discover our gemstone Tiger eye cabochon in a variety of sizes and shapes: oval, round and square, smooth or faceted. You will find the Tiger Eye cabochon that will suit your jewelry creation for women or men.

    What is a Tiger Eye stone?

    Tiger's eye is a fine stone (formerly called "stone half-precious"), a variety of shimmering quartz whose fascinating golden color plays with the light thanks to oxidized crocidolite fibers. Cut in cabochon and sometimes slightly faceted to highlight its golden reflections, this stone is appreciated in jewelry for its singularity at a reasonable cost. The largest deposits are in South Africa, but it can also be found in India, Burma, Western Australia and in small quantities in the United States. In addition to its aesthetic use, tiger's eye is also considered a protective stone that would bring self-confidence and courage. Its hardness is 7 on the Mohs scale. If you want to know more about its history and its virtues of the natural stone ofTiger Eye, find this information in our Blog.

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  • Cabochon Bull's eye

    Bull's eye cabochon - Gemstone - DIY Jewelry Design

    Discover our gemstone cabochon in Bull's eye in a variety of sizes and shapes: oval and round. You will find the bull's eye cabochon that will suit your jewelry creation for women or men.

    What is a bull's eye stone?

    Bull's eye is a fine stone (formerly called "stone half-precious"), a variety of shimmering quartz whose fascinating orange-red color plays with the light thanks to oxidized crocidolite fibers. It is often cut in cabochon and sometimes slightly faceted to highlight its reflections. The largest deposits are in South Africa, but it can also be found in India, Burma, Western Australia and the United States. This stone is valued in jewelry for its unique appearance and reasonable cost. Bull's eye is said to have the virtues of courage and strength. It has a hardness of 6.5 to 7 on the Mohs scale. If you want to know more about its history and virtues of natural bull'seye stone, find this information in our Blog.

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  • Opal cabochon

    Opal Cabochon - Gemstone - Jewelry design idea

    Discover our gemstone Opal cabochon in a variety of sizes and shapes: oval, round and drop, in smooth or faceted version. You will find the Opal cabochon that will suit your jewelry creation for women or men.

    What is an opal stone?

    Opal is a fine stone (formerly called "stone half-precious"), fascinating by its great variety and its wide range of colors. Some varieties of opal have a very interesting play of colors and their iridescence is only visible when exposed to light. It is for this reason, as well as to protect it from shocks, that it is often cut in cabochon. Australia produces 95% of the most beautiful opals. Latin America, especially Mexico, is known for its bright orange fire opals that can be faceted. It has a hardness of 5.5 and 6.5 on the Mohs scale. If you want to know more about the history and virtues of the natural stoneOpal, find this information in our Blog.

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  • Cabochon Palissandro Reconstituted

    Cabochon Palissandro reconstituted - Gemstone - DIY jewelry creation

    Discover our cabochon stone in reconstituted Palissandro in round form of various sizes. You will find the cabochon in reconstituted Palissandro which will be appropriate for your creation of woman or man jewel.

    What is a reconstituted Palissandro stone ?

    The reconstituted Palissandro is a fine reconstituted stone, which looks very similar to labradorite because of its reflections on a black background. This stone is magnificent in all occasions and reveals all its beauty under the light.

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  • Moonstone cabochon

    Cabochon Gemstone of Moon - Gemstone - Jewelry design idea

    Discover our gemstone cabochon in Gemstone of Moon in a variety of sizes and shapes: oval, round and square, in smooth or faceted version. You will find the cabochon in Gemstone of Moon which will be appropriate for your creation of jewel woman or man.

    What is a Gemstone moonstone?

    Moonstone is a fine stone (formerly called "stone half-precious"), also known as Adularia. It is usually white with a subtle play of colors in shades of blue and pink called adularescence, which recalls the innocence of the moon and is associated with fertility and femininity. Its main deposits are in India, Sri Lanka and Australia. In India, it is called "chandrakant", which means in Hindi "loved by the Moon" (from "chandra": moon and "kanta": loved). Moonstone symbolizes purity and blends very well with a wide range of alloys, softening any outfit. It has a hardness of 6 to 6.5 on the Mohs scale. If you want to know more about the history and virtues of the natural stone of Gemstone de Lune, find this information in our Blog.

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  • Cabochon sun stone

    Cabochon Gemstone de Soleil - Gemstone - DIY Jewelry Design

    Discover our gemstone cabochon in Gemstone de Soleil in a variety of sizes and shapes: oval, round and square, in smooth or flat version. You will find the cabochon in Gemstone of Sun that will suit your creation of woman or man jewelry.

    What is a Gemstone of Sun ?

    Sunstone is a fine stone (formerly called "stone half-precious"), known for its reddish-orange color and its fine golden flakes that sparkle in the sunlight. Its hue is due to inclusions of copper and hematite. The main deposits are in the state of Tamil Nadu in India, but it is also found in the United States, Canada, Russia and Australia. Its summery color and golden highlights make it a popular stone for jewelry. It is said to bring warmth and energy to the wearer. It has a hardness between 6 and 6.5 on the Mohs scale. If you want to know more about its history and its virtues of the natural stone of Gemstone de Soleil, find this information in our Blog.

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  • Prehnite cabochon

    Prehnite Cabochon - Gemstone - Jewelry design idea

    Discover our gemstone cabochon in Prehnite in oval form. You will find the cabochon in Prehnite that will suit your jewelry creation woman or man.

    What is a prehnite stone?

    Prehnite is a fine stone (formerly called "stone half-precious"), a stone of green to yellow color very clear and translucent. It is prized in jewelry for its rare dark green epidote inclusions. Prehnite was discovered in the Cape of Good Hope in South Africa, but is mainly produced in that country. The finest stones often come from Mali and Australia. It has a hardness of 6 and 6.5 on the Mohs scale. If you want to know more about the history and virtues of Prehnite natural stone, find this information in our Blog.

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    How to use the cabochons ?

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  • Cabochon Pyrite

    Pyrite cabochon - Gemstone fine - Jewelry design

    Discover our Pyrite cabochon gemstone in drop form. You'll find the right Pyrite cabochon for your men's or women's jewelry creation.

    What is a Pyrite stone?

    Pyrite is a fine stone (formerly called half-preciousstone) with a metallic color, between silver and gold, reminiscent of gold. Often confused with the precious metal, pyrite was called "fool's gold" before its jewelry potential was recognized. It was used as a mirror by the Incas and was once called the "stone of the Incas". It has a hardness of 6 and 6.5 on the Mohs scale. If you'd like to find out more about its history and virtues, read our article on Pyrite stone.

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    How do I use cabochons?

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  • Rose quartz cabochon

    Rose Quartz Cabochon - Gemstone - DIY Jewelry Design

    Discover our gemstone cabochon Rose Quartz in oval, round and square, smooth or faceted (or flat). You will find the Rose Quartz cabochon that will suit your jewelry creation for women or men.

    What is a Rose Quartz stone?

    Rose quartz is a fine stone (formerly called "stone half-precious"), a variety of quartz of a soft pink. It is highly prized in jewelry for its strength and is well suited to women's jewelry. The largest deposits are found in Minas Gerais in Brazil, as well as in Madagascar. It has a hardness of 7 on the Mohs scale. If you want to know more about the history and virtues of Rose Quartz natural stone, find this information in our Blog.

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  • Rhodochrosite Cabochon

    Rhodochrosite Cabochon - Gemstone - Jewelry design idea

    Discover our gemstone cabochon in Rhodochrosite in the form of oval and round. You will find the rhodochrosite cabochon that will suit your jewelry creation woman or man.

    What is a Rhodochrosite stone?

    Rhodochrosite is a fine stone (formerly called "stone half-precious"), a gemstone of light pink color with white streaks forming small hooks and sometimes some black veins. Whether in rough or cabochon form, rhodochrosite looks like a candy. Nicknamed the "Rose of the Incas", it has become the national stone of Argentina, where its most important deposits are found. Other large rhodochrosite deposits are also found in Peru, the United States, South Africa and China. It has a hardness of 3.5 and 4 on the Mohs scale. If you want to know more about the history and virtues of Rhodochrosite natural stone , find thisinformation in our Blog.

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  • Rhodonite cabochon

    Rhodonite Cabochon - Gemstone - DIY Jewelry Design

    Discover our gemstone Rhodonite cabochon in the form: oval and round. You will find the Rhodonite cabochon that will suit your jewelry creation woman or man.

    What is a Rhodonite stone?

    Rhodonite is a fine stone (formerly called "stone half-precious") that was used as a protective amulet against attacks in ancient Rome and Greece. It is known for its balancing, protective and restorative properties. This stone is known for its calming effect on stress and emotions, especially during exam periods or times of high pressure. It has a hardness of 5.5 and 6.5 on the Mohs scale. If you want to know more about the history and virtues of Rhodonite natural stone, find this information in our Blog.

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  • Ruby cabochon

    Ruby Cabochon - Gemstone Precious - Jewelry Design Idea

    Discover our ruby cabochon gemstone in round shape. You'll find the right ruby cabochon for your men's or women's jewelry creation.

    What is a ruby stone?

    Ruby is a gemstone from the corundum family of minerals, the best-known red variety of the family, and is often used in jewelry for its bright, vivid colors. At France Perles, you can find cut rubies or rubies in tumble to create jewels to match other gemstones. Rubies have a hardness of 9 on the Mohs scale. If you'd like to know more about the history and virtues of the natural ruby stone, find out more in our Blog.

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    How do I use cabochons?

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  • Sapphire cabochon

    Cabochon Saphir - Gemstone Precious - Creating Sublime Jewelry

    Explore our range of Sapphire cabochons, available in oval shapes. Find the perfect sapphire cabochon for your jewelry creations, suitable for both women and men.

    What is a sapphire?

    Sapphire is a gemstone famous for its beauty and durability. It is best known for its deep blue color, although it comes in a variety of hues. Sapphires were highly prized in ancient civilizations for their beauty and believed to protect against envy and evil. They symbolize wisdom, virtue and good fortune, and are considered the stone of royalty. With a hardness of 9 on the Mohs scale, they are among the hardest and most resistant of stones.

    For more information on its history and properties, see our article dedicated to Sapphire.

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    How do I use cabochons?

    Cabochons are very simple to use: just crimp the flat side of the cabochon and attach it to a suitable support to create a piece of jewelry. Discover our selection offinding for cabochons: cabochon holder in 925 sterling silver and cabochon holder in 14K gold filled.

  • Cabochon sodalite

    Cabochon Sodalite - Gemstone - DIY Jewelry Design

    Discover our gemstone cabochon Sodalite in oval, round and square, smooth or faceted. You will find the cabochon in Sodalite that will suit your jewelry creation woman or man.

    What is a Sodalite stone?

    Sodalite is a fine stone (formerly called "stone half-precious"), a gem of an intense purplish blue, often with fine white veins of calcite. It is sometimes used in the composition of lapis lazuli but has a much more violet hue than the latter. The main sodalite deposits are in Brazil, Canada and the United States, where it is widely used in jewelry for its intense color. It has a hardness of 5.5 and 6 on the Mohs scale. If you want to know more about the history and virtues of the natural stone Sodalite, find this information in our Blog.

    Whether you are a beginner or an expert designer, find our gemstones bead strand Sodalite or beads by the unit classified by shape to create your handmade jewelry prototypes (such as men's and/or women's bracelet ).

    How to use the cabochons ?

    The cabochons are very simple to use, you just have to put glue on the flat side of the cabochon and stick it on a suitable support to create a jewel. Discover now our selection offinding for cabochon: cabochon support set in 925 silver and cabochon support set in 14K gold filled.

  • Turquoise cabochon


    Turquoise Cabochon - Gemstone - Jewelry design idea

    Discover our gemstone Turquoise cabochon in oval, round and square shape, in smooth or flat version. You will find the turquoise cabochon that will suit your jewelry creation for women or men.

    What is a turquoise stone?

    Turquoise is a fine stone (formerly called "stone half-precious") of blue color, often crossed by black veins called "matrix". This stone was originally brought from Persia by the Turks, who then sold it to Europeans. The most beautiful turquoise is currently mined in Iran, in the Nishapur region, where it is free of impurities. Turquoise with matrix comes mainly from the United States, but it is also found in Afghanistan, Nepal (green), and Latin America. It has a hardness ranging from 5 and 6 on the Mohs scale. If you want to know more about the history and virtues of natural turquoise stone, find this information in our Blog.

    Whether you are a beginner or an expert designer, find our gemstones bead strand Turquoise or beads by the unit classified by shape to create your handmade jewelry prototypes (such as men's and/or women's bracelet ).

    How to use the cabochons ?

    The cabochons are very simple to use, you just have to put glue on the flat side of the cabochon and stick it on a suitable support to create a jewel. Discover now our selection offinding for cabochon: cabochon support set in 925 silver and cabochon support set in 14K gold filled.

  • Cabochon African Turquoise (African Jasper)

    African Turquoise (Jasper) Cabochon - Gemstone - Jewelry design idea

    Discover our fine African turquoise cabochon in oval or round form, in domed or flat versions. You'll find the right African turquoise cabochon for your men's or women's jewelry creation.

    What is African turquoise?

    African turquoise is a fine stone (formerly called half-preciousstone), which, despite its name, is not turquoise. It is in fact a mottled jasper of African origin, with a structure similar to that of jasper stone. The stone is turquoise-green in color, dotted with darker inclusions. Its hardness ranges from 6.5 to 7 on the Mohs scale. If you'd like to know more about its history and virtues, read our article on African turquoise stone.

    Whether you're a beginner or an expert designer, you'll find our bead strand Turquoise gemstones or single beads sorted by shape to create your own handmade jewelry prototypes (such as men's and/or women's bracelets ).

    How do I use cabochons?

    Cabochons are very easy to use: simply apply glue to the flat side of the cabochon and stick on a suitable support to create a piece of jewelry. Discover our selection offinding for cabochons: cabochon support set in 925 sterling silver and cabochon support set in 14K gold filled.

  • Reconstituted Turquoise Cabochon

    Reconstituted Turquoise Cabochon - Gemstone - Jewelry making

    Discover our gemstone cabochon in reconstituted Turquoise in the form of oval, round, and square, in smooth or faceted version. You will find the cabochon in reconstituted Turquoise which will be appropriate for your creation of woman or man jewel.

    What is a reconstituted turquoise stone?

    Reconstituted turquoise is a fine stone (formerly called "stone half-precious"). As beautiful blue and absolutely perfect turquoise - that is, without matrix (black lines) - is extremely rare and expensive, it may be preferable to use reconstituted turquoise. Composed of real pieces of turquoise mixed with resin, this technique allows you to obtain an immaculate turquoise blue, and a result just as resistant as the natural version. It has a hardness ranging from 5 to 6 on the Mohs scale.

    Whether you are a beginner or an expert designer, find our gemstones bead strand Reconstituted turquoise or beads by the unit sorted by shape to create your handmade jewelry prototypes (such as men's and/or women's bracelet ).

    How to use the cabochons ?

    Cabochons are very easy to use, you just have to put glue on the flat side of the cabochon and stick it on a suitable support to create a jewel. Discover now our selection offinding for cabochon: cabochon support set in 925 silver and cabochon support set in 14K gold filled.

  • Unakite Cabochon

    Unakite cabochon - Gemstone - DIY Jewelry Design

    Discover our gemstone cabochon in Unakite in the form of oval and round. You will find the cabochon in Unakite that will suit your jewelry creation woman or man.

    What is a Unakite Jasper stone?

    Unakite jasper is a fine stone (formerly called "stone half-precious") which is a rock of the altered granite family, composed of orthoclase (pink), epidote (green) and quartz (usually colorless). It comes in many shades of green and pink, with crystals having an irregular appearance. It has a hardness of 6.5 and 7 on the Mohs scale. If you want to know more about the history and virtues of Unakite natural stone , find this information in our Blog .

    Whether you are a beginner or an expert designer, find our gemstones bead strand Unakite or beads by the unit classified by shape to create your handmade jewelry prototypes (such as men's and/or women's bracelet ).

    How to use the cabochons ?

    The cabochons are very simple to use, you just have to put glue on the flat side of the cabochon and glue on a suitable support to create a jewel. Discover now our selection offinding for cabochon: cabochon support set in 925 silver and cabochon support set in 14K gold filled.

  • Faceted Cushion Size

    Faceted cushion cut cabochon - Gemstone - Jewelry making

    Discover our gemstone cabochon cut cushion faceted in the form of oval and round. You will find the cabochon cut cushion faceted that will suit your creation of jewelry woman or man.

    What is a faceted cushion cut cabochon?

    The faceted cushion cut cabochons are fine stones (formerly called "stone half-precious") come from India, they are crafted with care by Indians.

    Whether you are a beginner or an expert designer, find our gemstones bead strand or beads by the unit classified by shape to create your handmade jewelry prototypes (such as men's and/or women's bracelet ).

    How to use the cabochons ?

    The cabochons are very simple to use, you just have to put glue on the flat side of the cabochon and stick it on a suitable support to create a jewel. Discover now our selection offinding for cabochon: cabochon support set in 925 silver and cabochon support set in 14K gold filled.

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