Five totally different cabs, cut from different materials. All of these were collected in Rochester NY in 2018. Took these home to be cut and cabbed and I'm really impressed with how they look! With the exception of the dark green cab, all are hard stone and durable enough for jewelry.
Each one has interesting characteristics, and would make some great jewelry. They are all fairly large, and ideal for pendants. Available as is, or could be incorporated into a custom piece. Please use the custom form for any requests.
Right- agate/jasper white base with maroon spots (SOLD)
Middle- gray jasper with agate seam in rounded square, some fractures
Lower left- white jasper with iron inclusions, oval shape
Top left- Petrified wood, hard quartz with distinct grain direction, round freeform
Andean opal has a gel base, looking like water frozen in still life. This one is translucent with hints of blue, green, and white. Carved in a freeform drop shape....
High clarity with smoky exterior, very fine shadow banding when you get up close. The center shows the bubbly botroydal formation. Would make a great center for a pendant, or...
Partial star caught in still life! Bronze/copper toned rutile bursting away at a 60 degree angle. Each strand catches and reflects the light back with a polished metallic shimmer. High...