I will be listing nice cabs in all types of material, ocean jasper, mookaite, jaspers, agates, Australian printstone, tiger's eye, morgan hill poppy jasper, picasso stone, tube onyx and others! No cabochons in these pages are over 30 dollars!
If you see a stone and want more information or larger pictures, please ask!
All cabs have a flat back and polished both sides unless noted.
Well cut for bezel or wire wrap setting with a flat back and low domed top.
Read more about this and other types of Tiger-eye here
37.8mm ( almost 1-1/2") x 17.8mm and 5.3mm thick.
Very nice large cab of Australian Varisite!
Well cut for bezel or wire wrap setting with a flat back and domed top. Both sides have a very smooth, very glassy polish
54mm (almost 2-1/8") x 20mm and 6.6mm thick.
approx 57.75 carats!
Pulsite cabochon 0342
VERY nice Pulsite cabochon! Pulsite comes from Oregon and named after the miner that discovered it not long ago, Mr. Puls. The mine owner say's Pulsite is a conglomerate of Nickel, Zinc, Iron, copper, Manganese and Silver.
This is a large size cab loaded with metallic's and no flaws.
This Mohawkite cabochon is nice example of this rare and seldom seen material. Very nice silvery metallics in white Quartz. The dark area in the photos are actually silver color metallic metal.
Mohawkite comes from the Mohawk Mine in Keweenaw Co. Michigan. Found years ago as a by-product of copper and silver mining. It is combination of copper and various copper arsenides, some found only from the Mohawkite Mine.
Well cut for wire wrap or bezel setting with a flat back and domed top. Both sides have a smooth glossy polish
36.9mm (17/16") x 16.9mm and 5.5mm thick at the center.
Blue Lazulite in Quartz matrix from Graves Mt., Georgia