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Cutting a Blue Green Oval Cabochon from Scrap

Cabochon Tutorial

A piece of blue-green Jefanite that was leftover from a larger slab really didn’t inspire me too much. However, after some thought, I decided to cut it and the result was a beautiful oval cabochon. This cabochon will make a wonderful pendant or another item of jewellery.

I’m using lapidary techniques to cut and shape this cabochon, but using a kiln to do the final polish. The video contains all instructions, including the fire polish schedule.

If you have any questions, please ask them as comments on the video and I’ll do my best to answer you.

Oval Fused Glass Cabochon
Author: Jeff

Jeff's interest range from anything to do with science, the arts, philosophy, writing and much more. He is really a jack-of-all-trades, and probably master of none. However, working with glass and the arts are probably his main passion.

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