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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So, Al-Marzouqi hired a team of master cutters, tailors and hand embroiders and set up the brand Cabochon in 2016.
M2 EQUITYBITES-March 24, 2014-Ulthera unveils acquisition of Cabochon Aesthetics
"Other commercial facilities for specimen dressing, cabochon cut, cutting faceting and polishing of gemstones are also available at the centre".
Queen Victoria The finely detailed brooch is embellished with green and red enamel, set with cabochon garnets that suspend an elongated drop of a similar design.
It is embellished with green and red enamel, set with cabochon garnets that hang from an elongated drop of a similar design.
Featuring an 18-carat gold case set with a sapphine cabochon, the Astrotourbillion also has a strap made of alligator skin.
His Capri Plus collection celebrates the beauty of Capri Isle, one of the most picturesque and famous Italian islands, in a blend of diamonds and exotic, luminous-hued semi-precious stones such as blue topaz, amethyst, cabochon, chrysoprase and orange moonstones on settings of 18k yellow gold, silver, ruthenium and wood.
Ajoomal Using a fine selection of Columbian and Zambian emeralds, this collection includes some stunning neckpieces, paisley tops and cabochon rings.
Another dazzling stone is an 83-carat cabochon emerald known as the Treasure of Gachala.
BLING FACTOR: Left a ring set with a garnet found in Llanfair, right, a gold ring with rectangular bezel set with probable rose quartz stone found in Rhoose; INSCRIPTION: This 17th-century silver gilt 'posy' ring, was found in Penllyn; DELICATE This 13th-century silver gilt finger ring with cabochon garnet, was found in Llancarfan; SIGN OF DEVOTION: A fragment from a silver gilt devotional ring, 15th-16th Century, with an image of Christ; GOLD TREASURE A 14th-15th century gold ring which was found in Dinas Powys
TWO Theo Fennell 18ct gold handmade pendants containing 17 cut diamonds and a central cabochon citrine, worth pounds 10,000 each.
Three of these were arrays of small cabochon mirrors, some of silvered glass, others of black onyx.