Faceted Stones for Jewelry Making

A faceted stone is a type of gemstone that is cut so the stone contains a flat top as well as polished facets all across, accompanied by a pointed bottom. Faceted stones are known for refracting light inside the gemstone as well as reflecting light outside the gemstone. Our faceted stones come in a variety of shapes and sizes, a little something for any jewelry maker! Our Faceted Stone comes in an oval, round, teardrop, cushion cut, pear, princess cut, and marquise.

We offer great quality stones that are sure to shimmer and sparkle beautifully when met with light. Choose from our extensive collection of faceted stones which include Amethyst, Peridot, Citrine, Blue Sapphire, Emerald, Aquamarine, Garnet, Opal, etc.

The art of jewelry making dates back thousands and thousands of years. Between the years 3,000 to 5,000 BC in ancient Egypt when jewelry making and the jewelry itself were found to be truly established. However, the first known examples of jewelry were derived from Africa, and this jewelry came in the form of shells. Throughout history, Roman jewelry quickly dominated the reign due to the size of the Ancient Roman Empire. In jewelry making Romans were found to often use gems such as ambers, emeralds, and sapphires.

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