Rebecca cut and polished this beautiful rose quartz cabochon and set it into a sterling silver pendant.
Eva cut this little piggy out of pipestone, polka dot jasper, rhodonite and bloodstone.
If pigs could fly! This is Eva's second little porker. Are piglets soon to follow?
Rebecca's first cabochon was cut from a piece of turretella jasper and she hand made the silver bracelet too.
Aidan faceted this pentagon shape pink cubic zirconia.
This pink cubic zirconia was cut by Glenn. His own facet design.
Belinda Jefferson's first faceted gem, a citrine cut into a round brilliant!
Andrew cut this sparkling round brilliant amethyst, his first!
Bill put a lot of time and care into cutting this amethyst from Uruguay.
This faceted green quartz was hand cut by Aaron.
This green aventurine cabochon was cut by Helen. Her first!
Charlie's own design cut from a piece of civil war era glass.
Aaron cut this amethyst cabochon, his first.
Charlie cut this 9.5mm 8.55 carat yellow cubic zirconia.
Glenn first created the design himself for this cubic zirconia then faceted it into this beautiful gem.
This beautiful pink rhodochrosite bowl measures approximately 4"x3" and was cut and polished by Jamie.
Mary cut and polished this beautiful piece of Mexican Crazy Lace Agate then drilled a hole in the top so she could secure a pegged bail and made it into a pendant.
Debbie B's. first cabochon. A moss agate from India.
This trillion shape petrified palm wood cabochon was cut by Ann.
Sue cut the cabochons then wire wrapped them into these beautiful pendants.
Jenny made this tea light holder from a rough piece of lepidolite.
Eva's bejeweled serpentine seahorse.
Jamie hand cut and polished this bowl from Brazilian agate.
Debbie T. fashioned this little bottle w/stopper from smoky and rock crystal quartz.
Ann cut this freeform Mexican lace agate.