Blue Peruvian Opal Cabochon, 28x25x7 mm, natural blue scenic (po4482)
Blue Peruvian Opal designer cabochon
Origin: Andes Mountains, San Patricio, Peru
Colors: A mix of blues and, browns.
Characteristics: Best polish all sides, smooth flat back, rectangle shape, natural stone, blue and brown cab, translucent
Approx size: 28 x 25 x 7 mm, weight: 27 ct.
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EBAY Customers: I create my items on Shopify and link them to Ebay with a Pay Now option, that's why you can't request an invoice and I can't create an invoice for combining items.
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I use a full spectrum 45 w light bulb - photography photo CFL 5500K. It is a daylight balanced pure white light.
Unless noted all my rough slabs are preformed and the front and backs sanded with 320 diamond grit.
An 18mm US dime or 24mm US quarter and 10 mm squares in my pictures should help with image sizing.
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Finishing your slabs: Want to finish your slabs or create a cab and want to know a little more about that, my internet website Designsbyshirl has several blog posts on how to select rough and create a cabochon.