In this cabochon cutting tutorial I’ll be cutting a piece of rough fused glass into an oval shape.
The piece of rough was nearly discarded until I took a close look. The piece had some fiery flashes and an interesting internal structure. I then decided to cut the piece and it didn’t fail to surprise..
Continue reading Hand Cutting a Fiery Blue Fused Glass Cabochon for Jewellery
In this cabochon cutting tutorial I’ll be cutting a puddle cabochon into an oval shape.
Being a puddle cabochon its shape is irregular and I need a cabochon that is a uniform oval shape and size. Mainly because I want to set it into a symmetrical oval low sided bezel setting. If I was happy to make a custom setting with high sides, I wouldn’t need to do this, but that’s not the aim here.
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Will it cut well? In this cabochon tutorial I have an interesting but odd shaped piece that I think will cut a nice cabochon. It is a bi-colour piece of rough with a deep rich blue and a golden pattern with flashes of green. It does have a couple of bubbles but nothing I think will be a problem.
It would be best as a cushion shape, but I think it will be an oval. Have a look to see what happens as I cut it.
Continue reading Will this cabochon cut well? Jewellery Cabochon Cutting
This cabochon tutorial didn’t quite work out as I had hoped. The final stone was a little disappointing but still worth saving.
The rough piece looked great, though a couple of bubbles did make the cutting a little interesting.
Continue reading Oval Cabochon Cutting from Blue Green Jefanite
In this cabochon tutorial I’m cutting a nice multicolour piece of Jefanite into a rectangular cushion shape.
The piece has good play of colour and in the hand is far better than in the video. While there are just a few hints of red, there are numerous other colours that make this a real collectable piece. Which is probably what will happen with it. It’ll go into my collection.
Continue reading Cutting a Multicolour Cushion Cabochon
Just want to let everyone know that we are embarking on a new series of videos, dedicated to our own man made material called Jefanite™, and working with it to produce beautiful features suitable for jewellery and other decorative works.
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