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Rhinestone Terms

Earring backs

Other Findings

Aventurine

Date(s): October 23, 2007. Album by Jewelry Ring. 1 - 49 of 49 Total. 5168 Visits.
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RHINESTONE TERMS:
Round
Oval
Pear or Teardrop
Navette or Marquise
Square
Rectangular
Baguette
Trapezium
Lozenge or Diamond shape
Types of Round Cuts:
Brilliant
Chaton
Dentelle
Rose
Star


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Hollycraft Brooch with Identified Stone Shapes

Courtesy of Georjean West


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Dentelle

Courtesy of Georjean West


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Closer View of Dentelle (cut with 32 or 64 facets)

Courtesy of Georjean West


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Margarita Stones

Compliments of Karen Magill

FOXY DAMES JEWELRY PARADISE


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Outer Stones are Navettes and larger middle ones are Art Glass

Compliments of Karen Magill


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Iridescent Bicone Beads

Compliments of Karen Magill


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Multi-faceted Stones Set Open-back

Compliments of Karen Magill


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Rectangular Multi-faceted Stone

Compliments of Karen Magill


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Cushion-cut Stone

Compliments of Karen Magill


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Bi-color or Two-tone Emerald-shaped Stones

Compliments of Karen Magill


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Inverted glass stones

Compliments of Judi Bollan

Remnants From the Past


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Givre stones

Courtesy of Judi Bollan


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Pagoda volcano glass beads (aka Potato chip beads)

Courtesy of Judi Bollan


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Watermelon Rivoli

Courtesy of Judi Bollan


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Lava Rock or Moon Rock navettes, black glass cabochons and large brilliant cut round stone.

Courtesy of Judi Bollan


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D&E Anchor stone

Compliments of Jan Gaughan

Eclectic Vintage


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Volcano Rivoli

Courtesy of Jan Gaughan


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Key hole stone in topaz

Courtesy of Jan Gaughan


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Key hole stone in red

Courtesy of Jan Gaughan


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Pear or Teardrop Shaped Stone

Compliments of Mary Ann Docktor-Smith

Mary Ann, Mary Ann Designs and Anna's Vintage Jewelry


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Known as Lava Rock, Moon Rock or Textured Stones

Compliments of Mary Ann Docktor-Smith


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Oval Stone is known as Foil Art Glass, the Elongated Oval is a Bi-Color Stone

Compliments of Mary Ann Docktor-Smith


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Emerald Shaped and Chaton Stones

Courtesy of Alison Gadberry

Alison's Antiques & Vintage Jewelry


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Center Stones are Square

Courtesy of Alison Gadberry


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Keystone Stones

Courtesy of Alison Gadberry


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Aurora Borealis Rivoli stones Pin

Compliments of Karla Wacker

Our Vintage Rose


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Scooped center stones

Courtesy of Karla Wacker


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Kite shaped stones along with navettes

Courtesy of Karla Wacker


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Right Triangle stones

Courtesy of Karla Wacker


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Click on picture to see baguettes

Compliments of Dianne Lavenburg


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Blue glass navettes

Compliments of Carrie Pollack

Glad Rags & Curios


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Emerald cut, brilliant cut rounds

Courtesy of Carrie Pollack


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Dentelle Stones

Compliments of Dinah Hoyt Taylor

CAPRICIOUS CROWNS


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EARRING FINDINGS (backs):

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One variety of Clip back earring finding

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French Clip finding

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Combination screw back and clip.

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Post earring finding

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Hobe comfort clip

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Hook Earring finding

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Screw back earring finding

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Omega Clip Finding

Compliments of Mary Ann Docktor-Smith


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OTHER FINDINGS:
We will save this topic for another time..


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AVENTURINE OR AVVENTURINE:
"Glass with particles of undissolved copper distributed throughout. It has a sparkling, gold-like appearance. This effect is achieved by super-saturating a batch of glass (in the furnace) with copper, until the copper crystallizes out."
"The original Italian name for goldstone is "avventurina"


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Turquoise and goldstone/aventurine Murano glass

Compliments of Rita Perloff

Remember When


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Lime and goldstone/aventurine cased glass beads

Courtesy of Rita Perloff


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Cased goldstone "atomic" bead, old Murano glass

Courtesy of Rita Perloff


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Demi with Aventurine stones

Compliments of Judi Bollan

Remnants From the Past