This is an amazing piece. It is all natural boulder opals. Boulder opals are opal silica in the ironstone boulder that it grows in. Opals are amorphic and always grow inside a host. In the case of boulder opals, the host (or matrix) is ironstone. The length of this necklace is 18.75 inches.
These large bright and kicky tourmalines are the highest quality available. They are strung with 18k and 14k beads. It is 16.75 inches with an 18k gold lobster claw clasp.
These earthy tourmalines are very high quality! They are strung with 18k and 14k beads. It is 16.75 inches with an 18k gold lobster claw clasp.
This piece is similar to the last one but the tourmalines are fancy baguette cuts and I have added facetted andalusites in the back. The light green beads in front are green aquamarines! Both sides are equally beautiful! This piece has 14k gold ball accents and an 18k gold lobster claw clasp. It is strung to 18.75 inches.
These are large, dark beautiful tanzanites. They are strung in my signature wave design with 14k and 18k gold beads. This necklace is strung to 17.75 inches on a durable synthetic fiber.
These are beautiful multicolored cross sections if tourmaline crystals. They are called watermelon tourmaline slices. I have strung them with 14k and 18k gold beads to 16 inches with an 18k gold lobster claw clasp.
It is amazing how much this natural Australian boulder opal looks like this hand made glass bead by my friend, Lisa Joy Sachs. Together, they are a smashing look-unlike any other jewelry I've seen. I love to mix materials and come up with unexpected looks. The collaborations I do with Lisa Joy Sachs makes the unexpected easy. This wonderful pendant is made with 22k and 14k gold. It is a one-of-a-kind strung with amethyst facetted roundels and micro-facetted sapphires in calming colors that accent all of the colors in the opal and the glass.
This one is 17 inches in length. It is strung on a durable (coated stainless steel) wire wit a sterling spring ring clasp.
This beautiful tourmaline piece has a whole rainbow! It is strung on multicolor pastel aquamarine beads. It is strung to 17 inches on a durable fiber with a 14k clasp.
A bright and kicky 8mm pink tourmaline trillion screams from the center of this delicate, feminine necklace. This piece is 14k gold and has accent round, freshwater cultured pearls and patterned wave beads. The majority of the beads are sparkly rhodolite garnets.
The central stone on this necklace is a whopping 17mm x 8mm. The clarity is exceptional! I promise it is much more beautiful than the photo. I guarantee you won't be disappointed if you purchase this wave necklace! The metals are 18k and 14k golds. It is strung to 18" in length.
This collar has tons of green tourmaline carats! The focal stone is a pretty jasper with swirls of pink and green. This necklace is truly unusual. It is strung with natural peach and white color, freshwater, cultured pearls. The length is 16.5 inches in length with a sterling silver spring ring clasp.
Each strand of this double strand necklace has a random design that works in conjunction with the other strand. These are high end bright beads with great color and sheen. I think this necklace looks stunning with the Tahitian and antique bead 14k enhancer as well. The price of these double strand beads was.
White and color enhanced freshwater cultured pearl bracelet in bronze, white, peacock, and mauves. It has a sterling silver clasp and would look great layered with any of the other pearl bracelets!
This is another classic Aragona Design. The two-color infinity is tried and true. The beads are green tourmaline and andalusite. It is in a 14k gold setting. The tourmaline is approximately 4.5mm and the champagne topaz is approximately 6mm, including the bezels. It is strung to 16.5 inches in length. The infinity is my signature design!
Handmade silver filigree beads slide back and forth over these ruby facetted roundels.
I am out of superlatives! Mauve/Plum matte finish jasper with iolite, freshwater, cultured color-enhanced pearls, sterling spring ring clasp. This necklace is 17 inches in length.
Translucent greenish jasper focal pendant strung on freshwater, cultured corn pearls with chalcedony and jade, I think. This is a beauty and is strung on a durable (coated stainless steel) wire to 18.75 inches, with a sterling spring ring clasp.
This is such a beautiful piece for someone who loves earthtones. The jasper is translucent champagne with “red hairs"and green stripe. It is so cool! I have strung it with chrome diopside and andalusite facetted roundels to coordinate with this most interesting jasper beautifully.
This is very much like the jasper necklace titled; My New Favorite Jasper Necklace. I guess you could say “I knocked myself off." It just has less of the same stuff and the pearls are a different color—not as pricey so this is almost the same look for a fraction of the cost. It is strung to 17" on a durable (coated stainless steel) wire