The term cabochon refers to one of the oldest cutting styles for gemstones and sapphires. Rather than faceting a gemstone, the stone is cut to have a smooth, glasslike polished surface. The most common cabochon cut is an oval with a rounded dome. The cabochon cut is best suited for color enthusiasts as it displays a sapphire’s raw color and beauty.
C2026 is a gorgeous vivid blue sapphire cabochon weighing 4.53 carats
One of the most desirable cabochon styles is the sugarloaf. Sugarloaf cabochons have been cut to have a 4-sided pyramid shape.
We have recently added a number of sugarloaf rubies to our inventory; C2024 and C2021 are two of my favorites.
C2024: A Beautiful 2.89ct Natural Untreated Ruby Cabochon
C2021: A Stunning 4.11ct Natural Untreated Ruby Cabochon
One of the most impressive items in our inventory is C2011, a padparadscha sugarloaf cabochon sapphire. It is very unusual to find a padparadscha cabochon and this gem is a great find for a sapphire collector.
C2011 is a stunning 7.60 carat padparadscha sugarloaf cabochon sapphire
(Being unique on its own can always be something of perfection and brilliance. So why not have one of these beautiful stones to show off your genuine personality.)