This piece was designed for a very special friend to wear on her wedding day as she walked down the isle! She looked like an angel and it was the most exquisite evening. The top stone is Moldavite. It is a tektite from outer space! The center stone is a fancy cut amethyst, the stone on the bottom is the most amazing, museum quality sunstone, faceted by award winning American lapidary artist David Brackna of Maryland.
These sapphires have perfect color and clarity! The waves are 14k gold. This is such a feminine, wearable necklace. It is strung on a durable synthetic string that moves like silk but won’t shred, stretch, or fray like silk. You will feel like a princess wearing it! Consider the enchanting bracelet or obscene sapphire bracelet to accompany this necklace.
This infinity hybrid has an oval facetted blue zircon (about 6mm x 4mm) teamed with a trillion pink sapphire (about 7mm)
I think it is one of the prettiest infinities that I’ve ever made. It is strung with bubblegum pink tourmalines and apatite facetted beads. The beads are slightly larger that my usual look. This necklace looks rich and can be dressed up or worn casually. It is totally comfy and wearable. It is strung to 17.75 inches on a durable synthetic fiber that moves like silk but won’t shred, stretch, or fray like silk.
This piece has a boulder opal focal point and micro facetted fancy sapphire accents with fresh water, cultured, color enhanced pearls. It has an 18k gold lobster claw clasp.
I always find this color combination to be dramatic. The stones are an oval 8mm x 6mm rhodolite garnet above a 7mm deep forest green tourmaline with coordinating beads.
It is strung to 18 inches in length with a lobster claw clasp. It is strung on a durable, synthetic fiber that moves like silk but doesn’t shred stretch or fray like silk.
This necklace has a boulder opal central stone with 14k and 18k gold beads. It is strung to 17 inches on a durable wire.
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.
This sterling silver bear track is all opal pebbles bezel set in sterling silver! It would look great on a silver chain! There is red flash in each of these gray/lavender body colored opals. The total size of this piece is 1 3/4" x 1 5/8"
How very dainty! Beads don't get any smaller than these. The multicolor agate beads are approximately 2mm each! This piece is 18 inches long and has an 18k gold lobster claw clasp.
How very dainty! Beads don't get any smaller than these. The rhodolite garnet and purple agate beads are approximately 2mm each! This piece is 17 inches long and has an 18k gold lobster claw clasp.
I can't figure out why I still have this one. Maybe it is the price but the materials are fantastic and the look-superb. Micro-facetted earth tone Tandru sapphire briolettes, teeny tiny natural color seed pearls, red tourmaline facetted marquis beads, bronze freshwater cultured dancing pearls and facetted andalusites dress up this warm, deep rich jasper focal bead. It is strung to 18 inches in length with a 14k gold lobster claw clasp.
Both sides of this jasper focal bead are beautiful! Therefore, I have strung it simply with color enhanced, freshwater, cultured pearls in royal tones. It is strung to 17.5 inches in length on a durable wire with a sterling spring ring clasp.
This sweet one of a kind 14k gold tourmaline ring has an 8mm x 7.5mm wine red slice that has a clear border. The bezel is handmade from 22k gold and the shank is 14k. It is currently about a size 6, but I am happy to bump it up a size or two if needed.
These watermelon tourmaline “squatty drops” as I call them are pretty, bicolor pink and black facetted stones. They are a pair, but they are not matchy-matchy.
A great compliment to any of my watermelon tourmaline necklaces, they have the perfect amount of sway and are hanging on secura clips, which are the best kind of lever back style earrings. They have a built in safety, you actually hear them click when you squeeze them closed!
This is boulder opal, rose quartz, and blue topaz. It is strung to 17 inches with 18k and 14k gold.
These are gorgeous tourmalines! There is a tiny 14k gold accent bead between each bead to make them really stand out! It is strung on an extremely flexible wire with a 14k gold clasp. The length is a generous 21 inches because I wanted it to be wearable with a turtleneck.
While the colors in this piece are cool tones, the feel is Florida. Perfect on a tan or dark skinned woman, fancy cut chalcedony beads, pastel rainbow tourmaline marquis, and howelite set off this jasper beautifully. It is strung to 17.5 inches on a durable wire with a soldered sterling spring ring clasp.
I Love this feminine jasper necklace! There is even a tiny little crystal geode cavity in this lacy patterned jasper! It is strung with freshwater, cultured pearls, iolites, moss agates, and sterling flower beads. It is strung with a sterling spring ring clasp.
These tourmalines have exceptional clarity and color! The cut is beautiful as well. I have chosen some very pretty watermelon tourmalines for the center. It is strung on a durable synthetic fiber. It has a lobster claw clasp.
This stunning double strand necklace has perfectly matched hot pink tourmalines. There are so very many of them and they are all graduated! I did the happy dance when I found these stones and I will never be able to do this again. I have designed them into this double strand necklace and strung it with tiny seed pearls and sparkly white zircons! It has an adjustable 22k gold clasp. This piece is for the free spirited woman. The tourmalines move like little paddles and reflect the light. I adore this articulation.