This is a three stone vertical infinity. I've only made a handful of this design and they never last long. This piece has a 5.5mm round brilliant red garnet and a 6.5 x 8.5mm oval rhodolite garnet with a round 7mm peach tourmaline in the center. It is strung with rare 4.5mm spinel facetted gemstones in a gradient blue pink lavender combo which turns into smaller facetted rich wine rhodolite garnet facetted beads. It is strung to 17 inches on an extremely flexible wire. The clasp, beads and settings are all 14k gold with the exception of two 22k gold flower beads in the back.
The 1 ¼” x ¾” jasper in this necklace is reminiscent of a Monet painting. It is strung on 3mm smooth apatites and 4mm moss agate beads with fancy cut prehnite accents. Although the focal bead is substantial, the scale of this necklace is feminine and delicate. It is strung to 18” in length with a 14k gold lobster claw clasp.
I feel so lucky to have found this pair of watermelon tourmalines! They are approximately 13.75mm x 11.30mm. The slices had to come off the crystal right after each other because they are the same size, color, clarity etc, and such a pretty minty blue. The color is lighter when free dangling but they are still an extraordinary pair of watermelon tourmaline earrings! They have 14k gold secura clips. These are the very best kind of ear wire because they actually have a clasp that clicks, not just a lever back that flips up.
These are sweet little dangle earrings in 14k gold. The stones compliment each other, but they are not a “match” The gold wire goes through each tourmaline twice so be assured they are only delicate in design, not construction.
These are sweet little dangle earrings in 14k gold. The stones compliment each other, but they are not a “match.” The gold wire goes through each tourmaline twice so be assured they are only delicate in design, not construction.
These are my favorite trio brio earrings because they are all WATERMELON TOURMALINES in the true briolette cut from the Victorian period. This is the cut, which led the briolette drop Renaissance that is going on today.
It keeps getting harder and harder to procure these in great quality because this shape causes the most wasted material. Therefore, cutters are making teardrops and other pretty shapes but these are the sparkliest of all those cuts!
Love these! Great matching pair of red tourmaline briolette dangles in 14k gold with the perfect amount of sway and sparkle. You can’t go wrong with this pair. These gorgeous briolettes are hanging on secura clips, which are the best kind of lever back, style earrings. They have a built in safety, and you actually hear them click when you squeeze them closed!
Three gorgeous Australian boulder opals make the sails and hull of this lovely little sailboat pendant/enhancer. This piece is a marriage of three solid metals. The bezels are solid 22k gold, the underbezels are sterling silver and the enhancer bail is 14k gold. Only gold shows from the front. The piece measures 1 3/8” by 1” I’d be happy to “whip” up a coordinating beaded necklace if you need sparkly beads to wear with this enhancer.
The top stone is blue topaz and the bottom stone is a gorgeous deeply saturated mint tourmaline. These lovely stones are 7mm and 7.5mms in diameter. The necklace is strung to 16.5 inches using neon apatite and green amethyst. The string is a durable, synthetic string that moves like silk but doesn’t stretch, shred, or fray like silk. The style of the clasp is a lobster claw.
14k Infinity Paddle Hybrid in Reds
The stones in this unusual necklace are a 5.5mm brilliant cut garnet and a 7mm white topaz. It is strung with highly prized natural smooth red spinel briolettes, facetted white zircons, and hot pink facetted tourmaline beads. A yummy color combination. It is strung with a 14k lobster claw clasp to about 18.5 inches in length on a durable synthetic fiber that moves like silk but doesn't stretch, shred or fray like silk.
The title says it all but it must be mentioned that the cuts on these 7mm brilliant peridots are perfect proportions! It is strung with a 14k lobster claw clasp to about 16.5 inches in length on a durable synthetic fiber that moves like silk but doesn't stretch, shred or fray like silk.
I LOVE THIS NECKLACE! Great on anyone, but perfect for a redhead! These are rare spessertite garnets. The top stone is about 5.5mm and the bottom stone is about 6.5mms in diameter.
The facetted beads are also spessertite garnets! It is such a lovely, intense color, and they are so hard to find! It is strung to 16” in length on a durable synthetic fiber that moves like silk but does not shred, stretch or fray like silk. The style of the clasp is a lobster claw.
This is one of the tiniest infinities I’ve ever made. It makes me think of when I was in art school at FIT. My favorite professor, Tony Lent, did not approve of using a tool called a ring clamp to hold our work if it was too small to work on. His mantra was, “If you need a ring clamp, you shouldn’t be working on it!”
The colors in this necklace are so soft and pleasing. The center stone is a 25mm x 17mm jasper with a sterling pin through it so it could be used vertically. The facetted beads are cinamon zircons, tiny cabochon style unheated chalcedony drops and iolites. There are teeny tiny seed pearl and 14k gold ball accents. The Clasp will be sterling silver spring ring but please specify length as it has not been tied off yet. It is strung on a extremely flexible wire.
This necklace is sterling silver with a teardrop lapis cabochon. It has a rare deep blue kyanite teardrop briolette dangle.
The pendant is 1.25 inches by .5 inch including the dangle. It is strung on color enhanced peacock potato pearls, and has a segment of rare blue kyanite roundels on each side towards the pendant. It is strung to 16.75 inches on a durable fiber that moves like silk but doesn’t shred, stretch, or fray like silk.
This necklace has a 1 ¼” x ¾” jasper drop on fresh water, cultured pearls with pink and green micro tourmaline briolette accent beads. It is strung to 17” on an extremely flexible wire. The clasp is the lobster claw style.
These trio brio dangles are fun because the stones are three different shapes. There are round, brilliant peridots (6.4mm), teardrop gray tourmalines (7.5 x 5.7mm) and light pink true briolette cut tourmalines (11.3 x 6mm).
Each pair is painstakingly well matched and of, course, mirror image so that they frame the face. These are a great “looking forward to springtime” pair-so treat yourself! They are wonderfully comfortable, have great sway and are 14k gold with baby lever back so you don’t need to have large lobes.
Happy light colors of pink tourmaline, citrines, peridots, iolites, blue tourmalines, and amethysts. It has a sterling silver clasp and is signed.
I admit that I intended this one for myself. Therefore, you can be sure that I spared no expense on these stones. The “paddles” of the necklace are all tourmalines in the most outrageous melon, raspberry, fruity, orangey, lemony, citruses, and minty blue cotton candy colors. (I think you get the idea about the spectacular colors) These stones are sizable too. If you are like me and CRAVE color, then you need this piece!