Micro-facetted blue and watermelon-blue tourmaline and sterling silver daisies comprise this gorgeous bracelet. It is strung on a flexible, durable wire.
There is sweetness about the scale of this boulder opal focal bead. It measures 5/8” x ¼” long. It is strung with color-enhanced lavender seed pearls and white fresh water, cultured pearl accents. The white, freshwater cultured pearls are very round and of great quality with a beautiful luster. It is 17” long with a sterling spring ring clasp.
This beautiful necklace looks so soft and feminine. The jasper has tans and lavenders so I have added a touch of sparkle by teaming it with light ametrine facetted beads and baguettes and roundels. This necklace is strung to 17.5 inches in length and has a spring ring clasp.
I wish every tourmaline was as nice as this one. It is a HUGE bi-color blue and pink baguette. The stone itself is 35mm x 6.75mm. It is elegantly strung to 17” on 14K gold waves.
Teeny-tiny bronze color-enhanced seed pearls with a beautiful pear shaped boulder opal pendant. The opal measures 5/8” x ½”. It has a sterling spring ring clasp.
This unique jasper necklace is strung with jasper cubes and amethyst of varying tones. It is strung to 16.75” on a durable wire with a soldered sterling spring ring clasp.
Mostly white jasper focal bead has tan bubbles and is strung with Botswana agate, rubies, citrines, peridot, chrome diopside, apatite, sodalite, amethyst, iolite, and labradorites. The rest is very lusterous white fresh water, cultured, rice pearls.
This opal is mostly a bluish boulder opal but I really like this opal mostly because it has one pinpoint flash of orange that is really intense. So intense, that it is clear why flash is also called fire. You can see this flash perfectly framed in a white spot in the upper right quadrant of the stone.
Jasper focal bead with pearls, labradorite and tourmaline accents. Sterling clasp. Link pendant measures 2 3/8” long.
Jasper focal bead with pearls, citrine, sardonyx, andalusite, and “cherry quartz” Sterling clasp. Link pendant measures 2” long.
The two focal beads in this pendant are jaspers. It is strung with micro-facetted Tandru sapphire briolettes and sterling daisies and pearls. The pagoda pendant is about 2” long. It has a sterling spring ring clasp.
Lisa Joy Sachs designer bead teamed with a pure white quartz cabachon and strung on gradient, facetted rubies! This is a killer look. I wore it to the ski resort today and received many compliments at lunch. There are sterling accent beads that complete the design. It has a lobster claw clasp.
This fun and sparkly ball of apatites is irresistible! I have added vermeil (gold over sterling silver) twirly beads for accents. It is strung to 17 ¾" with smooth roundel apatites and sterling daisies. It is strung on a flexible, durable wire. The pendant measures 1 1/4" x 3/4".
This pretty Boulder baby has a soft touch. The boulder opal has puffy cloud like whisps over soft tones of peach and grey. It is a pretty pebble with a freshwater, cultured, pink pearl accent, strung on natural color peach and white seed pearls. The pendant measures 1” x ¼” long. It is strung to 17.5 inches and has a soldered spring ring clasp.
These fun and sparkly balls of Rose D' France amethysts and labradorites are irresistible! I have added silver jack beads for accents. It is strung to 18 5/8" with facetted labradorites. The labradorites have great flash. I've also used round natural color lavender pearls as accents. The luster on the pearls is tremendous! It is strung on a flexible, durable wire. The pendant measures 1 3/8" x 5/8".
This is my newest pendant design series…and this one has tourmaline sticks, sterling silver daisies and vermeil (gold over sterling silver) twirlies. It is strung on a flexible, durable wire to 18.5" on teensy tiny daisy beads. The pendant measures 1 3/8" x 1/2".
This delicate boulder opal is blue with pink flash. It is a tiny freeform shape strung on iolite facetted beads. It is strung to 17.25” on a durable wire.
For those of you who know me well, it will come as no surprise that I help my opal supplier run his booth for some of the winter trade shows. I love this winter gig for many reasons. One of them is that I get 1 st pick of all the new opals! Another is because I get to smooze with all of the designers who do wholesale only shows-a whole group of great people I never see in my show circles. And the best reason is because I always get to spend my birthday with my best friend Lisa Joy Sachs who lives near the trade shows!
I acquired this beautiful natural blue Peruvian opal on my last trip to the Tucson gem shows. Northern California gemstone artist, miner and sculptor, Richard M. Schull, cut this stone. I have kept it simple by stringing with the same color facetted fine blue zircon beads with tiny onyx accents. Blue zircon is a highly prized natural stone with such a pretty sky blue color. It is strung to 16.5 inches long.