Tiffany Stone Cabochon, Designer Cabochons Handmade by MagicStones

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TIFFANY STONE Bertrandite Opal, Designer Cabochons Handmade by MagicStones

This is the gorgeous cabochon of Tiffany stone.

Tiffany Stone is an Opal Beryllium Flourite, also know as Bertrandite, Opalite, Ice Cream Opal, Opal Fluorite, and Opalized Fluorite. It was mined years ago at the Brush Wellman beryllium mine near Delta, Utah back when it was still open to collectors. This gem has dark purple coloring like grape jelly.

Approximate measurements:
27mm x 21mm x 6.5mm
3mm bezel edge.

I make all my cabochons by hand in my home studio. Unless otherwise noted all my gems are domed on the front and are flat with a slight bevel on the back for ease of setting. The sides are cut at a slight angle (12.5 degrees off of perpendicular). I polish the front, back and sides of each stone.

Tracking is included in the shipping costs for all US orders.

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For US customers shipping costs include first-class postage and tracking. I place the cab in a cotton-lined gift box and then mail it in a bubble-wrap mailer.

Sorry, the post office does not offer insurance or confirmation on packages going outside the US.

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Your satisfaction is 100% guaranteed. If you are not pleased with the cabochon for any reason please send it back in its original condition within 14 days and I will gladly refund your money.

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The photos are taken with a Nikon SLR digital camera with a 50mm macro lens. The photos are taken 12 - 18 inches under state of the art 50-watt photography lights (4700k). I never enhance photos to make them look better, rather I do my best to capture the gem as it truly looks. I also try to take pictures with different color backgrounds to give a better idea of the stones true color. Different computer monitors may show variations in color.