cabochon


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cabochon

[′kab·ə‚shän]
(lapidary)
One of two basic types of cutting styles used to fashion gemstones; the gem is cut in convex form, highly polished, but not faceted.
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24 March 2014 - US medical device company Ulthera Inc said it had taken over local developer of aesthetic procedures solutions Cabochon Aesthetics Inc, without disclosing the financial terms of the deal.
Lunari, as the name indicates is a collection inspired by the moon's timeless beauty where Hafner aptly reflects its mysterious allure in a blend of black gold, black diamonds, and flame coloured orange sapphires, rubies, amethyst cabochon, fire opal cabochon and citrine cabochon.
Delicate moments arose--the discovery that silver cabochons reflect upside down, onyx ones right side up; the smoky haze of illusory darkness that leaked from the black dots onto the wall; a suggestion of the marble snow as an irregular page marked by the blot of Ink Mirror.
As well as taxi, Web-3 gives four other definitions for cab: an ancient Hebrew measure of about two quarts; Scot slang for purloin; dialect for something sticky or dirty; and short for cabochon, a form, style or cut of gems.
A cabochon crown provides just the right finishing touch to this all occasion, 100-meter water resistant Swiss made timepiece.
75; pear shaped gemstone cabochon pendant and silk cord, pounds 21; gem statements double strand smoky topaz necklace, pounds 51, and Uffizi large pendant (no chain) pounds 21.
From working with the mineral and finding the best piece to using tools and beads to maximum effect, chapters direct the user to mastering various basic beading techniques to add effects to the cabochon.
According to Goodell, the company is introducing steak knives for Chime and Cabochon "in response to their popularity.
ANOTHER brilliant ride round Newcastle from Geordie Duffield gets John Gosden's 6 to 1 shot Witness Box home by half a length in the Northumberland Plate from Cabochon (Paul Eddery) and heavily bet local fancy, the Tinkler trained Satin Lover (R Cochrane).
The Alfred Dunhill company didn't mention the kilt but has taken credit for the green jacket of Shetland tweed with matching tie and socks, and a plain white cotton shirt with a '30s-style straight collar, accented with studs and cuff links designed by Harry Winston and featuring 36 French buffed sapphires surrounding cabochon emeralds.
Brass has a number of jewelry designs in Cree-ative Works including "Cuttlebone Cast" made of sterling silver centred with a blue-green cabochon.
Pearls also remain strong, and pale pink strandage as well as cabochon earrings will encourage multiple sales.