Faceted Sentence Examples
A bay window is a multi faceted structure including mullions.
On the same day the Chief of Police came to Pierre, inviting him to send a representative to the Faceted Palace to recover things that were to be returned to their owners that day.
Smith remarks that it has "distinctly faceted black eyes," although in them "there are only a very few visual elements at the tips of the immobile eye-stalks."
Nipped waist and eleven faceted red buttons and rouleau loops to fasten down the bodice.
You can find solid opals, those that are basically one stone with a smooth and rounded face that is not faceted.
Because Celtic knots are gracefully curved, most gem Celtic earrings use smooth, tumbled stones rather than faceted gems so the angles do not conflict.
Faceted stones, cabochons, and beads are all available from reputable jewelry supply stores or gemstone merchants.
The sizes of stones extend from tiny faceted stones of fine color and clarity, to large chunky beads where the stone may be opaque or with inclusions which add to the depth and interest of the bead.
Garnets can be found in a variety of shapes and sizes and are commonly found cut in cabochons (smooth round surface) or faceted.
Aquamarine is often found faceted and the facets give an inner light to the stones.Advertisement
The red stone is typically found faceted, however can also be found with a cabochon cut.
Generally, high quality gemstones, such as fine sapphires and rubies, are not tumble polished, as these stones look better when they are faceted.
Faceted gemstones have a greater sparkle and this type of cut is often used with transparent gemstones.
The faceted black stone beads catch the light and create a glitter effect that can be very striking, especially if you purchase the matching dangler earrings.
This design also features a faceted heart crystal in the center and the inside of the locket is pink enamel.Advertisement
Faceted gems are classified as either precious or semi precious gemstones, but what exactly do those classifications mean?
Once the diamonds have been passed on to jewelers, they are then cut into the familiar faceted diamond shapes that adorn exquisite jewelry.
Furthermore, gemstones may be either faceted or polished, giving couples a choice in how their ring shines.
Setting a diamond the couple has found themselves can make an interesting engagement ring, but most of the diamonds unearthed at the park are not high enough quality to become the faceted stones popular in engagement ring designs.
Hundreds of diamonds are found at the Crater of Diamonds State Park each year, and the experience is so unique to the state that a faceted diamond is prominently displayed on the state's quarter.Advertisement
After the gem has been grown, it is then cut and faceted into a brilliant jewel suitable to be mounted in a stunning piece of jewelry.
Some stones such as cubic zirconia, quartz, and moissanite can be faceted into lovely jewels, but they are not diamonds.
After its discovery in the Premier Mine, the Heart of Eternity was cut in a faceted heart shape by the Steinmetz Group.
Atop the platinum colored leather rests a smattering of gleaming, faceted stones that are at once demure and chunky.
In the Arcidae the pallial eyes are compound or faceted somewhat like those of Arthropods.Advertisement
These qualities alone have made it supreme as a jewel since early times, and yet the real brilliancy of the stone is not displayed until it has been faceted by the art of the lapidary; and this was scarcely developed before the year 1746.
A portable, battery-operated meter for determining the Brewster angles of faceted gemstones using polarized laser light is described.
Some have faceted eyes over protruding mandibles and a few even have wings although there are no accounts of any that can fly.