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Stones Cabochons

Stones Cabochons 

Natural cabochon stones for easy jewelry making

France Perles offers a wide collection of natural stone cabochons in different sizes and colors. Our cabochons are carefully cut to obtain the best colors, available in a variety of natural stones such as: Amethyst, Labradorite, Lapis Lazuli, Moonstone, 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 surface underneath. Often used in jewelry making, the cabochon enhances the color, shine, and brilliance of the natural stone. Cabochons are particularly suitable for jewelry making due to their durability and unique aesthetic.

Find your ideal cabochons for high-quality jewelry making, such as cabochons for rings, cabochons for necklaces, cabochons for earrings: 925 Silver Cabochon Settings and Gold Filled 14K Cabochon Settings.

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

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  • Botswana agate cabochon

    Cabochon Agate Botswana - Natural stone - DIY Jewelry Making

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

    What is an Agate Botswana stone?

    Agate is a fine stone (formerly known as a semi-precious stone), belonging to the Chalcedony group. Crazy Lace Agate originates from Mexico and is characterized by its fine red streaks that bring joy to its wearer. Agate Botswana is a colorful stone with beautiful shades of gray and ocher brown, finely veined with white. These quality agates always have a soft color and allow for delicate and discreet jewelry, with a hardness of 6.5 to 7 on the Mohs scale. If you want to learn more about the history and virtues of the natural Agate stone, you can find this information on our Blog.

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

    How to use cabochons?

    Cabochons are very easy to use, you just need to put glue on the flat side of the cabochon and stick it on a suitable base to create a piece of jewelry. Discover now our selection of findings for cabochons: 925 Silver cabochon setting and 14K Gold Filled cabochon setting.

  • Agate flower cabochon

    Cabochon Agate flower - Stone semi-precious - Jewelry creation idea

    Discover our Agate flower cabochon as well as our other collections of agates in a variety of sizes and shapes: oval, drop, and round. You will find the Cherry Blossom Agate cabochon that will suit your creation of jewelry for women or men.

    What is a cherry blossom agate?

    Cherry blossom agate is a fine stone characterized by its delicate shades of pink and white, reminiscent of cherry blossom petals in spring. This natural gem is known for its subtle beauty and soothing aura. Unlike flashier stones, cherry blossom agate catches the eye with its discreet elegance. It is often used in the creation of personalized and symbolic jewelry. In terms of hardness, it ranges between 6.5 and 7 on the Mohs scale, making it quite resistant for a variety of uses, from necklaces to bracelets. It is an ideal stone for those looking to add a touch of serenity and softness to their daily life.

    Whether you are a beginner or an expert creator, find our gemstones on thread, individual beads classified by shape to create your prototypes of handmade jewelry (such as men's and/or women's necklaces).

    How to use cabochons?

    Cabochons are very simple to use, you just need to put glue on the flat side of the cabochon and stick it on a suitable base to create a piece of jewelry. Discover now our selection of findings for cabochons: 925 Silver Bezel Cabochon Setting and 14K Gold Filled Bezel Cabochon Setting.

  • Gray Agate Cabochon

    Cabochon Gray Agate - Natural Stone - Jewelry Creation Idea

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

    What is a gray Agate stone?

    Gray Agate is a fine stone (formerly known as a "semiprecious stone"), characterized by its beautiful often translucent color, which is formed by volcanic activity and the contact of bubbly and gas-filled molten lava with the ground. It also presents streaks and patterns. The properties of this fine stone include bringing emotional, physical, and intellectual balance by eliminating energetic 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 delicate and discreet jewelry. If you want to learn more about its history and virtues as a natural Agate stone, find this information in our Blog.

    Whether you are a beginner or an expert creator, find our gemstones on thread Dyed Agate or loose beads classified by shape to create your prototypes of handmade jewelry (such as men's bracelet and/or women's).

    How to use cabochons?

    Cabochons are very simple to use, you just need to put glue on the flat side of the cabochon and stick it on a suitable base to create a piece of jewelry. Discover now our selection of findings for cabochons: 925 Silver cabochon settings and 14K Gold Filled cabochon settings.

  • Black agate cabochon

    Black Agate Cabochon (Onyx) - Natural Stone - DIY Jewelry Making

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

    What is a Black Agate Stone?

    Black Agate, also known as Onyx, is a fine stone (formerly known as a "semi-precious stone") that is known in lithotherapy for its protective virtues for the body and soul, as well as for strengthening the soul and responsibility. This fine stone is a variety of Chalcedony and is mainly found 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, making it an ideal fine stone for jewelry. If you want to learn more about the history and virtues of the natural Agate stone, you can find this information in our Blog.

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

    How to Use Cabochons?

    Cabochons are very easy to use, you just need to apply glue to the flat side of the cabochon and stick it to a suitable base to create a piece of jewelry. Explore our selection of findings for cabochons now: 925 Silver Cabochon Setting and 14K Gold Filled Cabochon Setting.

  • Tinted Agate Cabochon

    Tinted Agate Cabochon - Natural Stone - DIY Jewelry Creation

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

    What is a tinted Agate stone?

    Tinted Agate is a fine stone (formerly known as a "semi-precious stone"), belonging to the Chalcedony group. Agates react well to dyes, allowing for vibrant and uniform colors on durable stones to create colorful jewelry at a good price. Dyeing allows for obtaining all possible colors, as agate is generally 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 learn more about the history and virtues of the natural Agate stone, find this information in our Blog.

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

    How to use cabochons?

    Cabochons are very easy to use, simply apply glue to the flat side of the cabochon and stick it onto a suitable base to create jewelry. Discover now our selection of findings for cabochons: 925 Silver Cabochon Setting and 14K Gold Filled Cabochon Setting.

  • Green Agate Cabochon

    Green Agate Cabochon - Natural Stone - Jewelry Creation Idea

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

    What is a green Agate stone?

    Green Agate is a fine stone (formerly known as a "semi-precious stone"), belonging to the Chalcedony group. Agates respond well to dyes, allowing for vibrant and uniform colors on durable stones to create colorful jewelry at a good price. Dyeing allows for obtaining all possible colors, as agate is generally 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 learn more about the history and virtues of the natural Agate stone, find this information in our Blog.

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

    How to use cabochons?

    Cabochons are very easy to use, simply apply glue to the flat side of the cabochon and stick it onto a suitable base to create jewelry. Discover now our selection of findings for cabochons: 925 Silver Cabochon Setting and 14K Gold Filled Cabochon Setting.

  • Aquamarine cabochon

    Aquamarine Cabochon - Natural Stone - DIY Jewelry Creation

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

    What is an Aquamarine Stone?

    Aquamarine (from the Latin aqua marina, "sea water") is a precious stone, formerly also known as a "semiprecious stone". 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, as well as its transparency which is often linked to 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 learn more about the history and virtues of the natural aquamarine stone, you can find this information in our Blog.

    Whether you are a beginner or an expert creator, discover our gemstones on strand Aquamarine or individual beads categorized by shape to create your handmade jewelry prototypes (such as men's bracelet and/or women's).

    How to Use Cabochons?

    Cabochons are very easy to use, simply apply glue to the flat side of the cabochon and stick it onto a suitable base to create jewelry. Discover our selection of findings for cabochons now: 925 Silver Bezel Setting for Cabochon and 14K Gold Filled Bezel Setting for Cabochon.

  • Amazonite cabochon

    Cabochon Amazonite - Natural stone - Jewelry creation idea

    Discover our Amazonite gemstone cabochon available in various sizes and shapes: oval, drop, and round. You will find the Amazonite cabochon that suits your jewelry creation for women or men.

    What is an Amazonite stone?

    The Amazonite gemstone, formerly known as a "semi-precious stone", 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 said to have been discovered. This fine stone comes in green, blue-green, translucent to opaque colors, has a shimmering appearance, and is sensitive to pressure. The largest mines are located in Brazil, Russia, and the United States (Colorado). If you want to learn more about the history and virtues of the Amazonite natural stone, you can find this information in our Blog.

    Whether you are a beginner or an expert creator, explore our gemstones on thread Amazonite or individual beads categorized by shape to create your handmade jewelry prototypes (such as men's bracelet and/or women's).

    How to use cabochons?

    Cabochons are very easy to use, simply apply glue to the flat side of the cabochon and stick it onto a suitable base to create a piece of jewelry. Explore our selection of findings for cabochons now: 925 Silver cabochon setting and 14K Gold Filled cabochon setting.

  • Peruvian amazonite cabochon

    Peruvian Amazonite Cabochon - Natural Stone - DIY Jewelry Making

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

    What is an Amazonite stone?

    Amazonite is a semiprecious stone, formerly also known as a "semiprecious stone". 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 is said to have been discovered. This semiprecious stone comes in green, blue-green, translucent to opaque colors, has a shimmering appearance, and is sensitive to pressure. The largest mines are found in Brazil, Russia, and the United States (Colorado). If you want to learn more about the history and virtues of the natural Amazonite stone, you can find this information in our Blog.

    Whether you are a beginner or an expert creator, find our gemstones on thread Amazonite or individual beads classified by shape to create your handmade jewelry prototypes (such as men's bracelet and/or women's).

    How to use cabochons?

    Cabochons are very easy to use, simply apply glue to the flat side of the cabochon and stick it onto a suitable base to create jewelry. Explore our selection of findings for cabochons now: 925 Silver Cabochon Setting and 14K Gold Filled Cabochon Setting.

  • Amethyst cabochon

    Amethyst Cabochon - Natural Stone - Jewelry Creation Idea

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

    What is an Amethyst stone?

    Amethyst is a fine stone, formerly also known as a "semiprecious stone", a purple variety of quartz. It has a hardness of 7 on the Mohs scale. Its different shades of purple and ease of cutting make it a highly appreciated stone in jewelry, offering numerous possibilities. If you want to learn more about the history and virtues of the natural Amethyst stone, you can find this information in our Blog.

    Whether you are a beginner or an expert creator, explore our gemstones on strand Amethyst or individual beads categorized by shape to create your handmade jewelry prototypes (such as men's bracelet and/or women's).

    How to use cabochons?

    Cabochons are very easy to use, you just need to apply glue on the flat side of the cabochon and stick it on a suitable base to create a piece of jewelry. Explore our selection of findings for cabochons now: 925 Silver Cabochon Setting and 14K Gold Filled Cabochon Setting.

  • Apatite Cabochon

    Cabochon Apatite - Natural stone - Jewelry creation idea

    Discover our Apatite gemstone cabochon in various shapes: square, drop, round, donut... You will find the Apatite cabochon that suits your creation of jewelry for women or men.

    What is an Apatite stone?

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

    Whether you are a beginner or an expert creator, find our Apatite gemstones on thread or individual beads classified by shape to create your handmade jewelry prototypes (such as men's bracelet and/or women's).

    How to use cabochons?

    Cabochons are very easy to use, simply apply glue to the flat side of the cabochon and stick it on a suitable base to create a piece of jewelry. Discover now our selection of findings for cabochons: 925 Silver cabochon setting and 14K Gold Filled cabochon setting.

  • Aventurine cabochon

    Cabochon Aventurine - Natural Stone - DIY Jewelry Making

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

    What is Aventurine Stone?

    Aventurine is a fine stone (formerly known as a "semi-precious stone"), 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 found in Brazil, India, Madagascar, and the United States, and it has a hardness of 6.5 to 7 on the Mohs scale. If you want to learn more about the history and virtues of the natural Aventurine stone, you can find this information in our Blog.

    Whether you are a beginner or an expert creator, find our gemstones on strand Aventurine or individual beads categorized by shape to create your handmade jewelry prototypes (such as men's bracelet and/or women's).

    How to Use Cabochons?

    Cabochons are very easy to use, you just need to put glue on the flat side of the cabochon and stick it on a suitable base to create a piece of jewelry. Discover now our selection of findings for cabochons: 925 Silver Cabochon Setting and 14K Gold Filled Cabochon Setting.

  • Chalcedony cabochon

    Chalcedony Cabochon - Natural Stone - Jewelry Creation Idea

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

    What is a Chalcedony Stone?

    Chalcedony, a fine stone formerly known as a "semi-precious stone", is a mineral or rock composed of quartz crystallites, named after the city of Chalcedon in Asia Minor. It offers a wide range of pastel colors but can also be dyed to achieve brighter and more uniform colors, and has a matte to silky luster. Due to its durability, Chalcedony is ideal for jewelry making, with a hardness ranging between 6.5 and 7 on the Mohs scale. If you want to learn more about the history and virtues of the natural Chalcedony stone, you can find this information in our Blog.

    Whether you are a beginner or an expert creator, explore our gemstones on strand Chalcedony or individual beads categorized by shape to create your handmade jewelry prototypes (such as men's bracelet and/or women's).

    How to Use Cabochons?

    Cabochons are very easy to use; simply apply glue to the flat side of the cabochon and stick it onto a suitable base to create jewelry. Explore our selection of findings for cabochons now: 925 Silver Cabochon Setting and 14K Gold Filled Cabochon Setting.

  • Cameo Cabochon (Engraved/Sculpted)

    Cameo Cabochon - Shell Engraving - DIY Jewelry Making

    Discover our selection of Cameo cabochons on Sardonyx shell, Conch shell, or Mother of Pearl, featuring various motifs with delicate engravings on oval and round bases. Find the perfect cameo cabochon for your feminine or masculine jewelry creations, adding a touch of classic elegance.

    What is a Cameo Cabochon?

    A cameo cabochon is a sculpted work of art, often on a shell, stone, coral, or agate, depicting a profile or a relief scene with a contrast of colors. This ancient jewelry technique is famous for its refinement and ability to capture exquisite details. Cameo cabochons, with their timeless charm, are available in various motifs, ranging from classic portraits to mythological scenes. Each cabochon is hand-carved by Italian artisans, making each piece unique.

    Whether you are a beginner or an expert creator, explore our gemstones on thread Unakite or loose beads categorized by shape to create your handmade jewelry prototypes (such as men's bracelet and/or women's).

    How to Use Cabochons?

    Cabochons are very easy to use, simply apply glue to the flat side of the cabochon and stick it onto a suitable base to create a piece of jewelry. Explore our selection of findings for cabochons: 925 Silver Cabochon Setting and 14K Gold Filled Cabochon Setting.

  • Chrysocolla cabochon

    Cabochon Chrysocolla - Stone natural - DIY Jewelry Creation

    Discover our Chrysocolla gemstone cabochon available in a variety of sizes and shapes: oval and round. You will find the Chrysocolla cabochon 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 oxides, iron, and manganese, is a fine stone (formerly known as "semi-precious stone") that is recognized 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 towards others, thus promoting goodwill and the ability to forgive. Additionally, Chrysocolla is beneficial for activating feminine qualities in each of us. With a hardness of 2 to 4 on the Mohs scale. If you want to learn more about the history and virtues of the natural Chrysocolla stone, find this information in our Blog.

    Whether you are a beginner or an expert creator, find our gemstones on thread Chrysocolla or individual beads classified by shape to create your prototypes of handmade jewelry (such as men's bracelet and/or women's).

    How to use cabochons?

    Cabochons are very simple to use, you just need to put glue on the flat side of the cabochon and stick it on a suitable base to create a piece of jewelry. Discover now our selection of settings for cabochons: 925 Silver cabochon setting and 14K Gold Filled cabochon setting.

  • Chrysoprase cabochon

    Cabochon Chrysoprase - Natural Stone - Jewelry Creation Idea

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

    What is a Chrysoprase stone?

    Chrysoprase, a fine stone formerly known as a "semi-precious stone", is a variety of green chalcedony colored by nickel. Its apple green color as well as its other shades of green, ranging from light to very dark, are highlighted by a cabochon or slightly faceted cut. Used since antiquity by the Egyptians, Greeks, and Romans, this gem has a hardness of 2 to 4 on the Mohs scale. If you want to learn more about its history and the virtues of the natural Chrysoprase stone, find this information on our Blog.

    Whether you are a beginner or expert creator, find our gemstones on thread Chrysoprase or individual beads classified by shape to create your handmade jewelry prototypes (such as men's bracelet and/or women's).

    How to use cabochons?

    Cabochons are very easy to use, simply apply glue to the flat side of the cabochon and stick it on a suitable base to create a piece of jewelry. Discover now our selection of findings for cabochons: 925 Silver Cabochon Setting and 14K Gold Filled Cabochon Setting.

  • Citrine Cabochon

    Citrine Cabochon - Natural Stone - Jewelry Creation

    Discover our citrine cabochon gemstone in square shape. You will find the citrine cabochon that will suit your jewelry creation for women or men.

    What is a Citrine Stone?

    Citrine is a fine stone (formerly known as a semi-precious stone), it is a variety of quartz, with its yellow color due to the presence of tiny amounts of iron oxides in the mineral. The term comes from the Latin "citrus" which refers to lemon, in reference to its color. Citrine can be pale yellow, lemon, but also orangish and bright orange "Madeira". The first deposits are found in Brazil and Madagascar. Its yellow and orange hues easily brighten up any piece of jewelry. It has a hardness of 7 on the Mohs scale. If you want to learn more about its history and virtues, check out our article on Citrine stone.

    Whether you are a beginner or an expert creator, find our citrine gemstones in strands or individual beads classified by shape to create your handmade jewelry prototypes (such as men's bracelet and/or women's).

    How to Use Cabochons?

    Cabochons are very easy to use, simply apply glue to the flat side of the cabochon and stick it on a suitable base to create a piece of jewelry. Discover our selection of findings for cabochons: 925 Silver Cabochon Setting and 14K Gold Filled Cabochon Setting.

  • Coral Cabochon

    Natural Red Coral Cabochon for DIY Jewelry Making

    Discover our cabochon made of red Mediterranean Coral available in a variety of sizes and shapes: round and oval. You will find the Coral cabochon that will suit your jewelry creation for women or men.

    What is a Coral Stone?

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

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

    How to Use Cabochons?

    Cabochons are very easy to use, simply apply glue to the flat side of the cabochon and stick it onto a suitable base to create a piece of jewelry. Explore our selection of findings for cabochons now: 925 Silver Cabochon Setting and 14K Gold Filled Cabochon Setting.

  • Carnelian cabochon

    Carnelian Cabochon - Natural Stone - DIY Jewelry Making

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

    What is a Carnelian Stone?

    Carnelian, a fine stone (formerly known as a "semi-precious stone"), is a variety of chalcedony with a reddish-orange color. Due to its uniform and pure color, it has been widely used in jewelry for millennia and remains a traditional component appreciated in jewelry making. It has a hardness of 7 on the Mohs scale. If you want to learn more about the history and virtues of the natural carnelian stone, you can find this information in our Blog.

    Whether you are a beginner or an expert creator, explore our gemstones on strand Carnelian or loose beads classified by shape to create your handmade jewelry prototypes (such as men's bracelet and/or women's).

    How to Use Cabochons?

    Cabochons are very easy to use, simply apply glue to the flat side of the cabochon and stick it onto a suitable base to create a piece of jewelry. Explore our selection of findings for cabochons now: 925 Silver Cabochon Setting and Gold Filled 14K Cabochon Setting.

  • Rock crystal cabochon

    Cabochon Rock Crystal - Natural Stone - Jewelry Creation Idea

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

    What is a Rock Crystal stone?

    Rock Crystal, a precious stone (formerly known as "semi-precious stone"), 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 learn more about the history and virtues of the natural Rock Crystal stone, you can find this information in our Blog.

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

    How to use cabochons?

    Cabochons are very easy to use, you just need to put glue on the flat side of the cabochon and stick it on a suitable base to create a piece of jewelry. Discover now our selection of findings for cabochons: 925 Silver cabochon setting and 14K Gold Filled cabochon setting.

  • Kyanite cabochon

    Cyanite Cabochon - Natural Stone - DIY Jewelry Making

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

    What is Cyanite Stone?

    Cyanite (sometimes called Kyanite or disthene) is a fine stone (formerly known as a "semiprecious stone") recognizable by its denim blue color with a vitreous to pearly luster, which can also appear in darker shades of blue and sapphire blue, often streaked with white. The most famous deposits are found 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 virtues. If you want to learn more about the history and virtues of the natural Cyanite stone, you can find this information on our Blog.

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

    How to Use Cabochons?

    Cabochons are very easy to use, you just need to put glue on the flat side of the cabochon and stick it on a suitable base to create a piece of jewelry. Discover now our selection of findings for cabochons: 925 Silver Cabochon Setting and 14K Gold Filled Cabochon Setting.

  • Emerald cabochon

    Emerald Cabochon - Natural Stone - Jewelry Creation Idea

    Discover our round Emerald gemstone cabochon. You will find the Emerald cabochon that will suit your jewelry creation for women or men.

    What is an Emerald stone?

    Emerald is a precious stone, it is, along with diamond, sapphire, and ruby, one of the four most prized gemstones. Emerald has a hardness of 7.5 to 8 on the Mohs scale. In lithotherapy, Emerald is known for its soothing and regenerating virtues 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 learn more about the history and virtues of the natural Emerald stone, find this information in our Blog.

    Whether you are a beginner or an expert creator, find our gemstones on thread Emerald or individual beads classified by shape to create your handmade jewelry prototypes (such as men's bracelet and/or women's).

    How to use cabochons?

    Cabochons are very easy to use, you just need to put glue on the flat side of the cabochon and stick it on a suitable base to create a piece of jewelry. Discover now our selection of findings for cabochons: 925 Silver Cabochon Setting and 14K Gold Filled Cabochon Setting.

  • Garnet Cabochon

    Cabochon Garnet - Stone Fine Gem - Jewelry Creation

    Discover our oval or round Garnet gemstone cabochon. You will find the Garnet cabochon that will suit your creation of women's or men's jewelry.

    What is a Garnet stone?

    Garnet is a fine gemstone that comes in a variety of colors, ranging from deep red to emerald green. Unlike pyrite, which is often mistaken for gold, Garnet is mainly known for its richness of colors and its uses in jewelry. 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 quite resistant for most jewelry uses.

    If you want to learn more about its history and virtues, check out our article on Garnet stone.

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    How to use cabochons?

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  • Hematite cabochon

    Hematite Cabochon - Natural Stone - DIY Jewelry Creation

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

    What is Hematite Stone?

    Hematite is a fine stone (formerly known as a "semi-precious stone"), a gemstone with a very characteristic metallic color ranging from gray to black. Its silver reflections give a modern look to jewelry and it is very suitable for men. Hematite is associated with blood and therefore vital energy because 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 to 6.5 on the Mohs scale. If you want to learn more about the history and virtues of the natural Hematite stone, you can find this information on our Blog.

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

    How to Use Cabochons?

    Cabochons are very easy to use, simply apply glue to the flat side of the cabochon and stick it on a suitable base to create jewelry. Discover our selection of findings for cabochons now: 925 Silver Cabochon Setting and 14K Gold Filled Cabochon Setting.

  • Howlite cabochon

    Cabochon Howlite - Natural stone - Jewelry creation idea

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

    What is a Howlite stone?

    Howlite is a fine stone (formerly known as a "semi-precious stone") 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 in honor of the Canadian chemist and mineralogist Henry How. Although it is sometimes called "white turquoise," Howlite has its own distinct properties and characteristics. Howlite deposits are found in the United States, Canada, Turkey, and Germany. It has a hardness of 3.5 on the Mohs scale. If you want to learn more about the history and virtues of the natural Howlite stone, you can find this information in our Blog.

    Whether you are a beginner or an expert creator, you can find our gemstones on thread Howlite or individual beads categorized by shape to create your handmade jewelry prototypes (such as men's bracelet and/or women's).

    How to use cabochons?

    Cabochons are very easy to use, you just need to apply glue to the flat side of the cabochon and stick it on a suitable base to create a piece of jewelry. Discover our selection of findings for cabochons now: 925 Silver cabochon setting and 14K Gold Filled cabochon setting.

  • White jade cabochon

    White Jade Cabochon - Natural Stone - DIY Jewelry Making

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

    What is a Jade Stone?

    Jade is a fine stone (formerly known as a "semi-precious stone"). It can range from the purest white to dark green. There are two types of jade: jadeite, which is often light green and may sometimes have white, giving it 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 highly prized stone for its symbolism and benefits in lithotherapy. It is considered a stone of wisdom and purity, bringing harmony and inner peace. In 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 learn more about the history and virtues of the white jade natural stone, you can find this information in our Blog.

    Whether you are a beginner or expert creator, find our gemstones on strand Jade or individual beads classified by shape to create your prototypes of handmade jewelry (such as men's bracelet and/or women's).

    How to Use Cabochons?

    Cabochons are very easy to use, simply apply glue to the flat side of the cabochon and stick it on a suitable base to create a piece of jewelry. Discover our selection of findings for cabochons: 925 Silver Cabochon Setting and 14K Gold Filled Cabochon Setting.

  • Jasper Cabochon

    Cabochon Jasper - Natural Stone - Jewelry Creation Idea

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

    What is a Jasper stone?

    Jasper is a fine stone (formerly known as a "semi-precious stone") that belongs to the Chalcedony family, just like Agate. Jasper is opaque and comes in various colors but remains in dark red, brown, and dark green shades. It is often cut into cabochons or engraved, used in both jewelry and ornamentation. Red jasper is highly appreciated for its non-aggressive color and calming properties that help release stress and external tensions. It has a hardness of 6.5 to 7 on the Mohs scale. If you want to learn more about the history and virtues of the natural Jasper stone, you can find this information on our Blog.

    Whether you are a beginner or an expert creator, explore our gemstones on strand Jasper, Unakite Jasper, or individual beads categorized by shape to create your handmade jewelry pieces (such as men's bracelet and/or women's).

    How to use cabochons?

    Cabochons are very easy to use, you just need to apply glue on the flat side of the cabochon and stick it on a suitable base to create a piece of jewelry. Explore our selection of findings for cabochons now: 925 Silver Cabochon Setting and 14K Gold Filled Cabochon Setting.

  • Kambaba Jasper Cabochon

    Cabochon Kambaba Jasper - Natural Stone - Quality Cabochon

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

    What is a Jasper stone?

    Jasper is a fine stone (formerly known as a "semi-precious stone") that belongs to the Chalcedony family, just like Agate. Jasper is opaque and comes in various colors, usually in dark reds, browns, and dark greens. It is often cut into cabochons or engraved, used in both jewelry and ornamentation. Red jasper is highly valued for its non-aggressive color and calming properties that help release stress and external tensions. It has a hardness of 6.5 to 7 on the Mohs scale. If you want to learn more about the history and virtues of the natural Jasper stone, you can find this information on our Blog.

    Whether you are a beginner or an expert creator, explore our gemstones on strand Jasper, Unakite Jasper, or individual beads categorized by shape to create your handmade jewelry pieces (such as men's bracelet and/or women's).

    How to use cabochons?

    Cabochons are very easy to use, simply apply glue to the flat side of the cabochon and stick it onto a suitable base to create a piece of jewelry. Explore our selection of findings for cabochons now: 925 Silver Cabochon Setting and 14K Gold Filled Cabochon Setting.

  • Labradorite cabochon

    Cabochon Labradorite - Natural stone - DIY jewelry creation

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

    What is Labradorite?

    Labradorite is a fine stone (formerly known as a "semi-precious stone") 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 enhanced by light, earning it the nickname "fire stone" given by the Native Americans. The main deposits of Labradorite are found in Canada, on the Labrador Peninsula where it was discovered, but also in the United States, Madagascar, Mexico, Russia, and Finland for the variety of spectrolite that displays 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 learn more about the history and virtues of the natural stone Labradorite, you can find this information in our Blog.

    Whether you are a beginner or an expert creator, find our gemstones on thread Labradorite or individual beads classified by shape to create your prototypes of handmade jewelry (such as men's bracelet and/or women's).

    How to use cabochons?

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  • Lapis lazuli cabochon

    Cabochon Lapis Lazuli - Natural Stone - DIY Jewelry Making

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

    What is a Lapis Lazuli stone?

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

    Whether you are a beginner or an expert creator, find our gemstones on strand Lapis Lazuli or individual beads classified by shape to create your handmade jewelry prototypes (such as men's bracelet and/or women's).

    How to use cabochons?

    Cabochons are very easy to use, you just need to apply glue on the flat side of the cabochon and stick it on a suitable base to create a piece of jewelry. Discover now our selection of findings for cabochons: 925 Silver Cabochon Setting and 14K Gold Filled Cabochon Setting.

  • Larimar Cabochon

    Cabochon Larimar - Natural Stone - Jewelry Creation Idea

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

    What is a Larimar stone?

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

    Whether you are a beginner or expert creator, find our gemstones on thread Larimar or individual beads classified by shape to create your handmade jewelry prototypes (such as men's bracelet and/or women's).

    How to use cabochons?

    Cabochons are very easy to use, you just need to apply glue to the flat side of the cabochon and stick it on a suitable base to create a piece of jewelry. Discover now our selection of findings for cabochons: 925 Silver Cabochon Setting and 14K Gold Filled Cabochon Setting.

  • Malachite cabochon

    Malachite Cabochon - Natural Stone - DIY Jewelry Creation

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

    What is Malachite Stone?

    Malachite is a fine stone (formerly known as a "semi-precious stone"), a famous green gemstone known for its light green and dark green color banding. This stone is usually cut into cabochons to highlight these green shades and has been widely used in the creation of ornamental objects, such as Fabergé eggs. The most well-known deposits are found in the Ural Mountains, although most malachites are now extracted from the Democratic Republic of Congo and Namibia. It has a hardness of 3.5 to 4 on the Mohs scale. If you want to learn more about the history and virtues of the natural Malachite stone, you can find this information on our Blog.

    Whether you are a beginner or an expert creator, find our gemstones threaded on Malachite or individual beads classified by shape to create your handmade jewelry prototypes (such as men's bracelet and/or women's).

    How to Use Cabochons?

    Cabochons are very easy to use, simply apply glue to the flat side of the cabochon and stick it onto a suitable base to create jewelry. Explore our selection of findings for cabochons now: 925 Silver Cabochon Setting and 14K Gold Filled Cabochon Setting.

  • Mother-of-pearl cabochons

    Cabochon Mother-of-Pearl - Natural Stone - Jewelry Creation Idea

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

    What is Mother-of-Pearl?

    Mother-of-pearl is a precious stone (formerly known as a "semi-precious stone"), it is the inner layer of mollusk 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.

    Whether you are a beginner or expert creator, find our gemstones on thread Mother-of-Pearl or individual beads classified by shape to create your handmade jewelry prototypes (such as men's bracelet and/or women's).

    How to Use Cabochons?

    Cabochons are very easy to use, simply apply glue to the flat side of the cabochon and stick it on a suitable base to create a piece of jewelry. Discover now our selection of findings for cabochons: 925 Silver Cabochon Setting and 14K Gold Filled Cabochon Setting.

  • Obsidian Cabochon

    Obsidian Cabochon - Natural Stone - DIY Jewelry Creation

    Discover our Obsidian gemstone cabochon in round or oval shape. You will find the Obsidian cabochon that suits your creation of jewelry for women or men.

    What is Obsidian Stone?

    Obsidian is a fine stone (formerly known as a "semi-precious stone"), a vitreous and shiny volcanic rock that is often used in jewelry. Its black variety is the most common for its aesthetic properties and its ability to confer an elegant style. In addition to being easy to wear, black obsidian is also known for its protective and purifying virtues. Its hardness ranges between 5 and 5.5 on the Mohs scale. If you want to learn more about the history and virtues of the natural Obsidian stone, you can find this information in our Blog.

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    How to Use Cabochons?

    Cabochons are very easy to use, you just need to put glue on the flat side of the cabochon and stick it on a suitable base to create a piece of jewelry. Discover now our selection of findings for cabochons: 925 Silver Cabochon Setting and 14K Gold Filled Cabochon Setting.

  • Tiger Eye Cabochon

    Tiger Eye Cabochon - Natural Stone - Jewelry Creation Idea

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

    What is a Tiger Eye Stone?

    Tiger eye is a gemstone (formerly known as a "semi-precious stone"), a shimmering variety of quartz with a fascinating golden color that plays with light due to oxidized crocidolite fibers. Cut into cabochon and sometimes slightly faceted to enhance its golden reflections, this stone is appreciated in jewelry for its uniqueness at a reasonable cost. The largest deposits are found in South Africa, but it can also be found in India, Myanmar, Western Australia, and in small quantities in the United States. In addition to its aesthetic use, tiger eye is also considered a protective stone that brings self-confidence and courage. Its hardness is rated at 7 on the Mohs scale. If you want to learn more about the history and virtues of the natural tiger eye stone, you can find this information on our Blog.

    Whether you are a beginner or an expert creator, find our gemstones on strand Tiger Eye or individual beads classified by shape to create your handmade jewelry prototypes (such as men's bracelet and/or women's).

    How to Use Cabochons?

    Cabochons are very easy to use, simply apply glue to the flat side of the cabochon and stick it onto a suitable base to create a piece of jewelry. Explore our selection of findings for cabochons now: 925 Silver Cabochon Setting and 14K Gold Filled Cabochon Setting.

  • Bull's Eye Cabochon

    Bull's Eye Cabochon - Natural Stone - DIY Jewelry Making

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

    What is a Bull's Eye stone?

    The Bull's Eye is a fine stone (formerly known as a "semi-precious stone"), a variety of chatoyant quartz with a fascinating reddish-orange color that plays with light due to oxidized crocidolite fibers. It is often cut into cabochons and sometimes slightly faceted to enhance its reflections. The largest deposits are found in South Africa, but it can also be found in India, Myanmar, western Australia, and the United States. This stone is appreciated in jewelry for its unique appearance and reasonable cost. The Bull's Eye is attributed with virtues of courage and strength. It has a hardness of 6.5 to 7 on the Mohs scale. If you want to learn more about the history and virtues of the natural Bull's Eye stone, you can find this information on our Blog.

    Whether you are a beginner or an expert creator, find our gemstones on strand Bull's Eye or individual beads classified by shape to create your prototypes of handmade jewelry (such as men's bracelet and/or women's).

    How to use cabochons?

    Cabochons are very easy to use, you just need to put glue on the flat side of the cabochon and stick it on a suitable base to create a piece of jewelry. Discover now our selection of findings for cabochons: 925 Silver Cabochon Setting and 14K Gold Filled Cabochon Setting.

  • Opal cabochon

    Opal Cabochon - Natural Stone - Jewelry Creation Idea

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

    What is an Opal stone?

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

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

    How to use cabochons?

    Cabochons are very easy to use, you just need to put glue on the flat side of the cabochon and stick it on a suitable base to create a piece of jewelry. Discover now our selection of findings for cabochons: 925 Silver Cabochon Setting and 14K Gold Filled Cabochon Setting.

  • Reconstituted Palissandro Cabochon

    Reconstituted Palissandro Cabochon - Natural Stone - DIY Jewelry Creation

    Discover our round reconstituted Palissandro stone cabochon available in different sizes. You will find the reconstituted Palissandro cabochon that suits your jewelry creation for women or men.

    What is a reconstituted Palissandro stone?

    Reconstituted Palissandro is a fine reconstituted stone that closely resembles labradorite due to its reflections on a black background. This stone is beautiful for all occasions and reveals its beauty under the light.

    Whether you are a beginner or an expert creator, find our gemstones on thread or individual beads classified by shape to create your handmade jewelry prototypes (such as men's bracelet and/or women's).

    How to use cabochons?

    Cabochons are very easy to use, simply apply glue to the flat side of the cabochon and stick it onto a suitable base to create a piece of jewelry. Explore our selection of settings for cabochons: 925 Silver Cabochon Setting and 14K Gold Filled Cabochon Setting now.

  • Cabochon moonstone

    Cabochon Moonstone - Natural Stone - Jewelry Creation Idea

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

    What is a Moonstone?

    The moonstone is a fine stone (formerly known as a "semi-precious stone"), also known as Adularia. It is generally 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 found in India, Sri Lanka, and Australia. In India, it is called "chandrakant," which means "loved by the Moon" in Hindi (from "chandra": moon and "kanta": loved). The moonstone symbolizes purity and pairs very well with a large number of alloys, thus softening all outfits. It has a hardness of 6 to 6.5 on the Mohs scale. If you want to learn more about the history and virtues of the natural stone moonstone, find this information in our Blog.

    Whether you are a beginner or an expert creator, find our gemstones on thread moonstone or individual beads classified by shape to create your handmade jewelry prototypes (such as men's bracelet and/or women's).

    How to Use Cabochons?

    Cabochons are very simple to use, you just need to put glue on the flat side of the cabochon and stick it on a suitable base to create a piece of jewelry. Discover now our selection of settings for cabochons: 925 Silver Cabochon Setting and 14K Gold Filled Cabochon Setting.

  • Cabochon sunstone

    Cabochon Sunstone - Natural Stone - DIY Jewelry Creation

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

    What is a Sunstone?

    The sunstone is a gemstone (formerly known as a "semi-precious stone"), known for its reddish-orange color and fine golden flakes that sparkle in the sunlight. Its color is due to inclusions of copper and hematite. The main deposits are found 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 reflections make it a highly sought-after stone in 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 learn more about the history and virtues of the natural stone Sunstone, you can find this information in our Blog.

    Whether you are a beginner or an expert creator, find our gemstones on strand Sunstone or individual beads categorized by shape to create your handmade jewelry prototypes (such as men's bracelet and/or women's).

    How to use cabochons?

    Cabochons are very easy to use, simply apply glue to the flat side of the cabochon and stick it onto a suitable base to create a piece of jewelry. Explore our selection of findings for cabochons now: 925 Silver Cabochon Setting and 14K Gold Filled Cabochon Setting.

  • Prehnite cabochon

    Cabochon Prehnite - Natural stone - Jewelry creation idea

    Discover our Prehnite cabochon gemstone in oval shape. You will find the Prehnite cabochon that will suit your creation of jewelry for women or men.

    What is a Prehnite stone?

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

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

    How to use cabochons?

    Cabochons are very easy to use, you just need to put glue on the flat side of the cabochon and stick it on a suitable base to create a piece of jewelry. Discover now our selection of findings for cabochons: 925 Silver cabochon setting and 14K Gold Filled cabochon setting.

  • Pyrite Cabochon

    Cabochon Pyrite - Fine Stone - Jewelry Creation

    Discover our drop-shaped Pyrite gemstone cabochon. You will find the Pyrite cabochon that will suit your creation of jewelry for women or men.

    What is a Pyrite stone?

    Pyrite is a fine stone (formerly known as a "semi-precious stone") with a metallic color, ranging from silver to gold, resembling gold. Often mistaken for the precious metal, Pyrite was called "fool's gold" before its potential in jewelry was recognized. It was used as a mirror by the Incas and was once called the "Inca stone". It has a hardness of 6 to 6.5 on the Mohs scale. If you want to learn more about its history and virtues, check out our article on Pyrite stone.

    Whether you are a beginner or an expert creator, find our Pyrite gemstones on thread or individual beads classified by shape to create your handmade jewelry prototypes (such as a men's bracelet and/or women's).

    How to use cabochons?

    Cabochons are very easy to use, simply apply glue to the flat side of the cabochon and stick it on a suitable base to create jewelry. Discover our selection of findings for cabochons now: 925 Silver Cabochon Setting and 14K Gold Filled Cabochon Setting.

  • Rose quartz cabochon

    Cabochon Rose Quartz - Natural Stone - DIY Jewelry Making

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

    What is a Rose Quartz stone?

    Rose Quartz is a fine stone (formerly known as a "semi-precious stone"), a variety of quartz with a soft pink color. It is highly valued in jewelry making for its durability and is perfect for feminine jewelry. The largest deposits are found in Minas Gerais, Brazil, and Madagascar. It has a hardness of 7 on the Mohs scale. If you want to learn more about the history and virtues of the natural Rose Quartz stone, you can find this information in our Blog.

    Whether you are a beginner or an expert creator, you can find our gemstones on strand Rose Quartz or individual beads categorized by shape to create your handmade jewelry prototypes (such as men's bracelet and/or women's).

    How to use cabochons?

    Cabochons are very easy to use, simply apply glue to the flat side of the cabochon and stick it onto a suitable base to create a piece of jewelry. Explore our selection of findings for cabochons now: 925 Silver Cabochon Setting and 14K Gold Filled Cabochon Setting.

  • Rhodochrosite Cabochon

    Cabochon Rhodochrosite - Natural Stone - Jewelry Creation Idea

    Discover our Rhodochrosite gemstone cabochon in oval and round shapes. You will find the rhodochrosite cabochon that will suit your jewelry creation for women or men.

    What is a Rhodochrosite Stone?

    Rhodochrosite is a fine stone (formerly known as a "semi-precious stone"), a gemstone with a light pink color and white streaks forming small hooks and sometimes a few black veins. Whether in raw form or cut into a cabochon, rhodochrosite resembles a candy. Nicknamed the "Rose of the Incas," it has become the national stone of Argentina, where its most important deposits are found. Other major deposits of rhodochrosite are also found in Peru, the United States, South Africa, and China. It has a hardness of 3.5 to 4 on the Mohs scale. If you want to learn more about the history and virtues of the natural stone Rhodochrosite, you can find this information on our Blog.

    Whether you are a beginner or an expert creator, find our gemstones on strand Rhodochrosite or individual beads categorized by shape to create your handmade jewelry prototypes (such as a men's bracelet and/or women's).

    How to Use Cabochons?

    Cabochons are very easy to use, you just need to put glue on the flat side of the cabochon and stick it on a suitable base to create a piece of jewelry. Discover our selection of findings for cabochons now: 925 Silver Cabochon Setting and 14K Gold Filled Cabochon Setting.

  • Rhodonite cabochon

    Cabochon Rhodonite - Natural Stone - DIY Jewelry Creation

    Discover our Rhodonite gemstone cabochon available in oval and round shapes. You will find the Rhodonite cabochon that will suit your jewelry creation for women or men.

    What is Rhodonite?

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

    Whether you are a beginner or an expert creator, you can find our gemstones on thread Rhodonite or individual beads classified by shape to create your handmade jewelry prototypes (such as men's bracelet and/or women's).

    How to Use Cabochons?

    Cabochons are very easy to use, you just need to apply glue to the flat side of the cabochon and stick it on a suitable base to create a piece of jewelry. Discover our selection of findings for cabochons now: 925 Silver Cabochon Setting and 14K Gold Filled Cabochon Setting.

  • Ruby Cabochon

    Cabochon Ruby - Precious Stone - Jewelry Creation Idea

    Discover our round Ruby gemstone cabochon. You will find the Ruby cabochon that will suit your creation of jewelry for women or men.

    What is a Ruby stone?

    Ruby is a precious stone from the corundum mineral family, the most well-known red variety of the family, and it is often used in jewelry for its bright and vibrant colors. At France Perles, you can find cut rubies or loose ones to create matching jewelry with other gemstones. Rubies have a hardness of 9 on the Mohs scale. If you want to learn more about the history and virtues of the natural Ruby stone, you can find this information in our Blog.

    Whether you are a beginner or an expert creator, find our Rubies on thread or our individual gemstones classified by shape to create your handmade jewelry prototypes (such as men's bracelet and/or women's).

    How to use cabochons?

    Cabochons are very easy to use, you just need to put glue on the flat side of the cabochon and stick it on a suitable base to create a piece of jewelry. Discover now our selection of settings for cabochons: 925 Silver cabochon setting and 14K Gold Filled cabochon setting.

  • Sapphire Cabochon

    Sapphire Cabochon - Precious Stone - Creating Exquisite Jewelry

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

    What is a Sapphire?

    Sapphire is a famous precious stone known for its beauty and durability. It is especially renowned for its deep blue color, although it comes in various shades. Sapphires were highly valued 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 resilient stones.

    For more information on its history and properties, check out our dedicated article on Sapphire.

    Whether you are a beginner artisan or an experienced creator, discover our Sapphire beads packaged on strings or as individual beads, sorted by shape, to create your handmade jewelry prototypes, such as bracelets for men or women.

    How to Use Cabochons?

    Cabochons are very easy to use, simply set them on the flat side of the cabochon and attach them to a suitable base to create a piece of jewelry. Explore our selection of findings for cabochons now: 925 Silver Cabochon Setting and 14K Gold Filled Cabochon Setting.

  • Sodalite cabochon

    Cabochon Sodalite - Natural Stone - DIY Jewelry Making

    Discover our Sodalite gemstone cabochon available in oval, round, and square shapes, in smooth or faceted versions. You will find the Sodalite cabochon that suits your jewelry creation for women or men.

    What is a Sodalite stone?

    Sodalite is a fine stone (formerly known as a "semi-precious stone"), a gem with an intense bluish-purple color, often showing 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 deposits of sodalite are found 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 to 6 on the Mohs scale. If you want to learn more about the history and virtues of the Natural Sodalite stone, you can find this information on our Blog.

    Whether you are a beginner or an expert creator, explore our gemstones on strand Sodalite or individual beads categorized by shape to create your handmade jewelry prototypes (such as men's bracelet and/or women's).

    How to use cabochons?

    Cabochons are very easy to use, you just need to put glue on the flat side of the cabochon and stick it on a suitable base to create a piece of jewelry. Discover now our selection of findings for cabochons: 925 Silver Cabochon Setting and 14K Gold Filled Cabochon Setting.

  • Tourmaline Cabochon

    Tourmaline Cabochon - Polychrome Gem - Innovation in Jewelry

    Discover our selection of Tourmaline cabochons, offered in a variety of shapes. Find the perfect tourmaline cabochon for your jewelry projects, suitable for everyone, men and women.

    What is Tourmaline?

    Tourmaline is a fascinating gemstone known for its range of colors. It can appear in almost all colors, from pastel shades to darker hues, making each stone unique. Tourmalines are valued for their ability to inspire creativity and promote relaxation. They symbolize balance, endurance, and protection. With a hardness ranging from 7 to 7.5 on the Mohs scale, they offer good durability for creating lasting jewelry.

    For more details on its history and virtues, check out our article dedicated to Tourmaline.

    Whether you are a novice or an expert in jewelry making, explore our Tourmalines available in strands or individual beads, selected by shape, to create your own unique jewelry pieces, such as necklaces and bracelets for men and women.

    How to use cabochons?

    Using cabochons is easy: simply set them on the flat side and mount them on a suitable base to create a unique piece of jewelry. Explore our range of cabochon settings: 925 Silver Cabochon Setting and 14K Gold Filled Cabochon Setting.

  • Turquoise cabochon


    Turquoise Cabochon - Natural Stone - Jewelry Creation Idea

    Discover our Turquoise gemstone cabochon available in oval, round, and square shapes, in smooth or flat versions. 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 known as a "semi-precious stone") with a blue color, often streaked with black veins called "matrix." This stone was originally brought from Persia by the Turks, who then sold it to Europeans. The finest turquoises are currently extracted in Iran, in the Nishapur region, where they are free of impurities. Turquoises with matrix mainly come from the United States, but can also be found in Afghanistan, Nepal (green), and Latin America. It has a hardness ranging from 5 to 6 on the Mohs scale. If you want to learn more about the history and benefits of the Turquoise natural stone, you can find this information in our Blog.

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

    How to Use Cabochons?

    Cabochons are very easy to use, you just need to apply glue to the flat side of the cabochon and stick it on a suitable base to create a piece of jewelry. Explore our selection of findings for cabochons now: 925 Silver Cabochon Setting and 14K Gold Filled Cabochon Setting.

  • African Turquoise Cabochon (African Jasper)

    African Turquoise (Jasper) Cabochon - Natural Stone - Jewelry Creation Idea

    Discover our cabochon made of fine African Turquoise stone in oval or round shape, available in domed or flat version. Find the African turquoise cabochon that will suit your jewelry creation for women or men.

    What is an African Turquoise Stone?

    African turquoise is a fine stone (formerly known as "semi-precious stone"), which, despite its name, is not actually Turquoise. It is a speckled jasper of African origin, with a structure similar to that of jasper stone. The stone is turquoise green in color, speckled with darker inclusions. It has a hardness ranging from 6.5 to 7 on the Mohs scale. If you want to learn more about its history and virtues, check out our article on African Turquoise stone.

    Whether you are a beginner or expert creator, you can find our gemstones on strand Turquoise or individual beads classified by shape to create your handmade jewelry prototypes (such as men's bracelet and/or women's).

    How to Use Cabochons?

    Cabochons are very easy to use, simply apply glue to the flat side of the cabochon and stick it on a suitable base to create a piece of jewelry. Explore our selection of findings for cabochons now: 925 Silver Cabochon Setting and 14K Gold Filled Cabochon Setting.

  • Reconstituted Turquoise Cabochon

    Reconstituted Turquoise Cabochon - Natural Stone - Jewelry Creation

    Discover our reconstituted Turquoise gemstone cabochon available in oval, round, and square shapes, in smooth or faceted versions. Find the reconstituted Turquoise cabochon that will suit your jewelry creation for women or men.

    What is a reconstituted Turquoise stone?

    Reconstituted turquoise is a fine stone (formerly known as a "semi-precious stone"). Since turquoises with a beautiful blue color and absolutely perfect, meaning without matrix (black lines) - are extremely rare and expensive, it may be preferable to use reconstituted turquoise. Composed of real pieces of turquoise mixed with resin, this technique allows 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 expert creator, find our gemstones on strand Reconstituted Turquoise or loose beads classified by shape to create your handmade jewelry prototypes (such as men's bracelet and/or women's).

    How to use cabochons?

    Cabochons are very easy to use, simply apply glue to the flat side of the cabochon and stick it on a suitable base to create a piece of jewelry. Discover now our selection of findings for cabochons: 925 Silver Cabochon Setting and 14K Gold Filled Cabochon Setting.

  • Unakite Cabochon

    Cabochon Unakite - Natural Stone - DIY Jewelry Making

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

    What is an Unakite Jasper Stone?

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

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

    How to Use Cabochons?

    Cabochons are very easy to use, simply apply glue to the flat side of the cabochon and stick it on a suitable base to create a piece of jewelry. Discover our selection of findings for cabochons now: 925 Silver Cabochon Setting and Gold Filled 14K Cabochon Setting.

  • Faceted Cushion Cut

    Cushion Cut Faceted Cabochon - Natural Stone - Jewelry Making

    Discover our cushion cut faceted gemstone cabochon available in oval and round shapes. You will find the perfect cushion cut faceted cabochon for your jewelry creation, whether for women or men.

    What is a cushion cut faceted cabochon?

    Cushion cut faceted cabochons are fine stones (formerly known as "semi-precious stone") that come from India. They are meticulously crafted and shaped by Indian artisans.

    Whether you are a beginner or an expert creator, explore our gemstones on thread or individual beads categorized by shape to create your handmade jewelry pieces (such as men's bracelet and/or women's).

    How to use cabochons?

    Cabochons are very easy to use. Simply apply glue to the flat side of the cabochon and adhere it to a suitable base to create a piece of jewelry. Explore our selection of settings for cabochons: 925 Silver Cabochon Setting and 14K Gold Filled Cabochon Setting now.

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