Lapidary comes from the Latin root word lapis, meaning stone. In the 14th century, the term meant stonecutter or one working with precious stones. A lapidary is an artist who practices the craft of working, forming and finishing stone made into decorative items or cabochons in jewelry making. Today, most lapidaries use motorized equipment.
From searching for your favorite rock, cutting it into a slab, shaping and polishing into a cabochon, finally a perfect pendant for someone special.
The sky is the limit – your imagination will come alive.
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