Cabochons

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Many of these are from my personal collection of cabochons that I have cut for myself, most are agate, jasper, petrified wood, and miscellenous materials from Oregon, Washington, and Idaho. None of the photos are enhanced - indeed, the photos don't do these proper justice. Some are calibrated sizes and all have bevels to accomodate standard settings. Most of the freeform shapes are excellent for display, wire wrapping or custom mounts. I display mine in large Riker boxes, you can get them from some jewelry specific websites. If they have some issues (like extremely small, usually invisible, fractures), then I say so in the description. They are all have as high a polish as is possible and have no visible scratches. I am extremely picky about that. Any smudges are my greasy fingers, speckles are lint, not pits or scratches!
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All sizes are in millimeters and will fit standard cabochon settings if marked with a *
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Cabochon

Number

Variety

Description

Size mm

Price

Available?

Cabochon 21 Snowflake Obsidian, Utah Trio of small cabs. Obsidian is a natural glass so it will chip if you bang it around enough. It will survive normal use in jewelry just fine. Blowout price! 14 x 23, 14 x 22, 11 x 19
$7.00
SOLD


Cabochon 22 Picture Jasper Intricate red/brown/cream patterns. 24 x 38 freeform

$12.00

NEW
Cabochon 23 Marston Ranch Jasp-agate, Ashwood, Oregon This is from one of the first pieces to come out of the mine after a 20 year hiatus in 1994. I think it's one of the best pieces that has come out since that day. 28 x 39 pentagon

$16.00

YES
Cabochon 24 Marston Ranch Jasp-agate, Ashwood, Oregon This is from one of the first pieces to come out of the mine after a 20 year hiatus in 1994. I think it's one of the best pieces that has come out since that day. 21 x 29 oval*

$14.00

YES
Cabochon 25 Marston Ranch Jasp-agate, Ashwood, Oregon This is from one of the first pieces to come out of the mine after a 20 year hiatus in 1994. I think it's one of the best pieces that has come out since that day. 18 x 25 oval*

$14.00

YES
Cabochon 26 Picture Jasper Intricate red/brown/cream patterns. 26 x 40 freeform

$14.00

NEW
Cabochon 27 Graveyard Point plume agate, Oregon Great mix of colorful plumes in this one. 30 x 33 freeform

$22.00

NEW
Cabochon 28 Wonderstone, Nevada This is actually volcanic rhyolite, not jasper. It takes a high matte polish. Has a tiny little fracture in the lower left of the photo. 29 x 48 freeform

$13.00

YES
Cabochon 29 Chief Paulina Agate, Nartz Ranch, Ashwood OR I know this looks a lot like some Polka Dot agate. They are about a mile apart. 20 x 39 oval*

$12.00

YES
Cabochon 30 Guadalupe Poppy Jasper, Mexico It looks like California Poppy jasper, but it ain't. I got ahold of one slab (that this is from) and I haven't seen it before or since. 24 x 24 square

$12.00

SOLD
Cabochon 31 Priday Moss agate, Richardson Ranch, Oregon This is agate from the center of a thunderegg from the "Moss Bed". I like the moss far more than I like the eggs, so I slab the big ones and make cabochons. 16 x 49 freeform

$18.00

NEW
Cabochon 32 Rainbow obsidian, Glass Buttes, Oregon Nice rainbow bands from a well known deposit. The rainbow sheen is only visible in strong lighting or outdoors. 47 x 39 BIG freeform

$12.00

YES
Cabochon 33 Imperial Violet Agate, Mexico A mineral collector friend saw this agate in a market in Mexico and bought all of it. He wasn't all that into agate so he gave it a name and gave it to me :) 23 x 34 shield

$12.00

NEW
Cabochon 34

Holley Blue Agate, Oregon

 

The queen of the blue agates, a must have for an serious agate collector. We dug this in the 1990s before the area was closed due to greedy people helping themselves to whatever they could grab even if it meant pulling up trees that the owner had planted. This lavender/light purple color is one of the most desirable shades. I sell this agate for 50 cents - $1.00 a gram for the rough, so the cabochon prices naturally reflect that. 20 x 30 freeform

$20.00

NEW
Cabochon 35 Wonderstone, Nevada This is actually volcanic rhyolite, not jasper. It takes a high matte polish. 33 x 53 freeform

$15.00

YES
Cabochon 36 Labradorite THis is the famous flashy material, it ahs color all over the surface that's impossible to capture on a camera. Looks 100% better or your money back (seriously). 18 x 39 freeform

$14.00

SOLD
Cabochon 37 Mexico Green Velvet Obsidian From the famous mine in Mexico. Obsidian is a natural glass so it will chip if you bang it around enough. It will survive normal use in jewelry just fine. 23 x 43 pendant

$10.00

YES
Cabochon 38 Marston Ranch Jasp-agate, Ashwood, Oregon AKA "Christmas Jasper" This is from one of the first pieces to come out of the mine after a 20 year hiatus in 1994. I think it's one of the best pieces that has come out since that day. 22 x 37 freeform

$20.00

SOLD
Cabochon 39 Priday Polka Dot agate, Oregon From the Polka Dot mine at Ashwood, Oregon. Dug in the mid 90s this is a spectacular example of the earlier material. What's coming out of the mine nowadays doesn't hold a candle to it. IMO. 32 x 34 freeform

$14.00

YES
Cabochon 40 Jasper, Madras, Oregon This jasper was dug once, and all of it was sold (much of it to me lol). Cool purple and lavender swirls. 1 Cent WITH $25 PURCHASE from the polished rocks, fossils, and cabochons pages only. Please order only one 1 cent piece per order. 13 x 37 freeform

1 Cent!

NEW

 

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