All tourmaline drop necklace with 4mm peach, wine and light and dark blue tourmaline facetted beads. The salmon color tourmaline teardrop is 14.75mm x 9.5mm. It has not been easy to get these larger sized drops. Brazilian tourmaline has increased in price so much in the last year that the last time my supplier went to get some rough, he ended up not purchasing any because he was disgusted at the price. Learning this, I purchased all of the large briolettes he had in his safe at the time. Older material is the better material, and at the old price!
These are three very blue, very pretty boulder opals. The opals themselves look great in all lights. The boulder in the opal representing “the boat” looks like splashes of water and the waterline. The white patterns in the opal “sails” look like reflections of the clouds on a summer day. My husband the sailor said, “honey that’s great, it even has mast rake.”
This is the romantic wave design. The green tourmalines are graduated with the largest central stone being 17.5mm. It is strung with 14k gold waves and 22k gold flower beads. The length is 17.5" long, strung on a durable synthetic string that moves like silk but won't shred, stretch, or fray like silk. There is a lobster claw clasp.
I designed this unique line of necklaces that mixes unusual pieces of jasper with sparkly facetted gemstones. The smooth jasper is green. I have strung it with high end sparkly chrome tourmaline facetted briolette beads. They give the necklace nice articulation because they move like little paddles when worn. The rest of the necklace is gradient shades of green and blue tourmaline, peridot, and iolite mixed randomly with gold color enhanced, freshwater, cultured pearls. It is strung to 19” on a durable synthetic string that moves like silk but won’t shred, stretch, or fray like silk.
Got Color? This necklace of fancy red, orange and yellow sapphires does indeed! Good sized briolette stones, this necklace is a sparkly show stopper! It is to be worn high in the dog collar style, strung to 15.5 inches with a lobster claw clasp. The string is a durable synthetic string that moves like silk but won’t shred, stretch, or fray like silk.
This cool piece of Maine seaglass is obviously from the rim of a bottle. I love it's texture and ridges. I have set three stones inside this piece of glass. They are peridot, amethyst, and citrine. Each accent stone is in a little 14k gold bezel. The seaglass is set in fine silver with a solid sterling silver back. The facetted beads are fancy sapphires. This is one of the prettiest simple sea glass pieces I have made. It is strung to 16" long.
This piece of seaglass is from Vinalhaven, Maine. I have set a tiny rhodolite garnet in a little 14k gold bezel inside of the glass. The setting of the rest of the ring is fine silver and sterling silver. The band has a pretty pattern. It is size 6 3/4.
The Australian Boulder opal in this sweet ring is so pretty! It has lots of colors including lavender. The bezel around the stone is fine silver and the shank is sterling silver. It is a size 7.
This sterling silver ring has a beautiful Australian boulder opal that has a man-made stone called Alpenite sit into the opal. The alpenite is in a tiny 14k gold bezel setting. The boulder opal is set in a fine silver bezel with a sterling silver shank. This ring is about a 6 3/4. No sizing available for the Blue Moon Sale.
These 14k gold dangling earrings are subtle. If you don’t like a lot of razzamatazz than these will be the perfect earrings for you. The drops are smooth and translucent greenish brown with a hint of pink at the top. They are the lever back style and are very comfortable!
This beautiful ammolite opal has purple and blue flash, which is the most uncommon ammolite opal color. Ammolite is opalized ammonite fossil from Southern Alberta, Canada. It is millions of years old but was only discovered in the early 1980s. The Ammolite is teamed up with the most royal of African Amethyst I’ve ever seen. The bezels of these large stones are 22k gold. The under bezels are 14k gold. It is a marriage of the two metals in a one of a kind asymmetrical, yet balanced design .
This brilliant cut peach tourmaline and amethyst trillion are set in 14k gold in the Infinity Hybrid Design. The pendant is strung on lustrous, plum color enhanced, freshwater cultured semi round pearls. This is my favorite infinity necklace!
This 14k gold wave necklace is fresh water, color enhanced pearls flanked by fancy facetted slate color sapphires and tanzanite bead segments. The pattern travels the whole 18.5 inches in length. The clasp is a lobster claw and it is strung on a durable synthetic string that moves like silk but won’t shred, stretch, or fray like silk.
I don’t actually know where Tabeez is in the world, but I do know that tourmalines from Tabeez come in very pretty blues, greens, and pinks. I also happen to know that it is VERY EXPENSIVE! This 14k gold wave with 22k gold solid accent flowers beads is oh so pretty. It is strung on a durable synthetic fiber that moves like silk but won’t shred, stretch, or fray like silk.
I made this sterling infinity for those of you sterling silver lovers who are sick and tired of not being able to find nice stones in silver. These are vivid, deeply saturated colored stones. Get it while you can because not too many silver pieces come out of me. It is strung to 18" on a durable synthetic string that moves like silk but won't shred, stretch, or fray like silk. The clasp is a spring ring.
This fancy trio necklace has amethyst flower cut stones. I have never seen flower cut beads before because they are so labor intensive to cut and drill. I have teamed these fancy cuts with 14k gold flower beads and balls, and mauve-lavender color enhanced potato pearls for a truly feminine monochromatic look.
The prettiest color combination! Light pink, green and blue Tabeez tourmaline make up these easy to wear dangling earrings. They are light and comfortable and the lever back has an actual clasp! It's not a typical lever back that just flips up, It actually clicks into place. 14k gold construction.
These are unique dangling agate earrings in 14k gold. The agates are about 21mm at their widest point by 23mm in length. The earring finding itself is a “secura clip.” It is like a lever back, but it actually has a clasp to ensure you don’t loose them. These earrings are not too heavy for me, but they could be if you’re sensitive.
A friend named this piece for me. She said it resembles the Native American symbol for bear track, which is a good omen. The “palm” is a gorgeous 19mm x 10mm boulder opal with intense teal green, purple, blue, and violet broad flash. It is oriented to flash when worn because of the curvature of the chest. The “fingers” are amethyst, gorgeous blue green tourmaline, and rare tsavorite garnet. They are each approximately 9mm x 5mm facetted pear shapes. The bezels are all hand formed and fabricated of 22k gold, with 14k gold underbezels.