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  1. Basael Yieta

    Kiln fired white glass cabochon. The glass is an opaque white base, with a blue dichroic interest seated beneath a clear central pool.

    Includes black cord adjustable between 20 and 22 inches. This cord may be replaced with an 18 inch silver-colored chain for an additional charge.

  2. Oxalin Ernul

    Oval glass cabochon requiring multiple firings. Atop a clear and opaque white base sits a sparkling black field of blue dichroic. A series of dimension white dots, reminiscent of planetary phases, orbit a clear focal dot with a hint of green.

    Includes black cord adjustable between 20 and 22 inches. This cord may be replaced with an 18 inch silver-colored chain for an additional charge.

  3. Oamsh Yinu

    This light purple oval kiln-fired glass cabochon required three firings. The first firing created the dimensional glass dots that adorn the piece. The second firing was a full temperature fuse creating the base. The third and final firing tack-fused the dots from the first firing onto the base. The light purple base includes a stripe of layered mix of clear, opaque yellow and black. The cabochon is finished with a glued-on silver colored bail.

    Includes black cord adjustable between 20 and 22 inches. This cord may be replaced with an 18 inch silver-plated chain for an additional charge.
  4. Therra Yipi

    This tanoval kiln-fired glass cabochon has a horizontal striped pattern with black and dichroic glass. The central black stripe is highlighted with yellow. The cabochon is finished with a glued-on silver colored bail.

    Includes black cord adjustable between 20 and 22 inches. This cord may be replaced with an 18 inch silver-plated chain for an additional charge.
  5. Atalan Yirho

    This off-white oval kiln-fired glass cabochon required three firings. The first firing created the dimensional glass dots that adorn the piece. The second firing was a full temperature fuse creating the base. The third and final firing tack-fused the dots from the first firing onto the base. The base includes a transparent dichroic thick stripe accented with sparkling blue aventurine glass. The cabochon is finished with a glued-on silver colored bail.

    Includes black cord adjustable between 20 and 22 inches. This cord may be replaced with an 18 inch silver-plated chain for an additional charge.
  6. Honnel Yitau

    This white rectangular kiln-fired glass cabochon required multiple firings. The first series of firing created the swirled mixed stripe of transparent and opaque yellow glass. The next firing was a full temperature fuse melding the first piece atop a white base with a dichroic accent set within a balanced black feature. The cabochon is finished with a glued-on silver colored bail.

    Includes black cord adjustable between 20 and 22 inches. This cord may be replaced with an 18 inch silver-plated chain for an additional charge.
  7. Atalin Yiphi

    This white oval kiln-fired glass cabochon required three firings. The first firing created the dimensional glass dots that adorn the piece. The second firing was a full temperature fuse creating the base. The third and final firing tack-fused the transparent and opaque purple dots from the first firing onto the base. The base includes black and purple stripes. The cabochon is finished with a glued-on silver colored bail.

    Includes black cord adjustable between 20 and 22 inches. This cord may be replaced with an 18 inch silver-plated chain for an additional charge.
  8. Karnix Yichi

    This rectangular kiln-fired glass cabochon required multiple firings. The first firing created the dimensional glass dots that adorn the piece. The second firing was a full temperature fuse creating the turquoise and coffee colored base. A third firing full fused turquoise and coffee colored dots flat onto the opposite colors of the base. Finally, the last firing tack fused turquoise spheres onto the coffee-colored dots of the upper half of the piece. The cabochon is finished with a glued-on silver colored bail.

    Includes black cord adjustable between 20 and 22 inches. This cord may be replaced with an 18 inch silver-plated chain for an additional charge.
  9. Atalin Lintau

    This rectangular kiln-fired glass cabochon with an eggplant, gray, and sparkling blue aventurine base required three firings. The first firing created the dimensional glass dots that adorn the piece. The second firing was a full temperature fuse creating the base. The third and final firing tack-fused the dots from the first firing onto the base. The cabochon is finished with a glued-on silver colored bail.

    Includes black cord adjustable between 20 and 22 inches. This cord may be replaced with an 18 inch silver-plated chain for an additional charge.
  10. Atalin Linrho

    This white rectangular kiln-fired glass cabochon required three firings. The first firing created the dimensional glass dots that adorn the piece. The second firing was a full temperature fuse creating the base. The third and final firing tack-fused the dots from the first firing onto the base. The base includes transparent blue and a splash of dark blue dichroic glass across the bottom. The cabochon is finished with a glued-on silver colored bail.

    Includes black cord adjustable between 20 and 22 inches. This cord may be replaced with an 18 inch silver-plated chain for an additional charge.

   

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