Turkish Stick Agate Cabochon, Designer Cabochons Handmade by MagicStones

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Turkish Stick Agate Cabochon, Designer Cabochons Handmade by MagicStone

This is an amazing cabochon of Stick Agate from Northern Ankara, Turkey. This is one of the most unique stones I have ever had the privilege to work with.

This beauty burns in shades of yellow and red when back lit, like a gorgeous sunset over the ocean. In natural light it has rich shades of reddish brown, with lighter brown "sticks" dancing throughout . Nothing can beat the beauty of nature.

Approximate measurements:
35mm x 21mm x 5.5mm
3.5mm bezel edge (side)

I make al6.70l 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.

Please feel free to email me with any questions.

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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.

Returns & exchanges

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 7 days and I will gladly refund your money.

Additional policies

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.