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.
Every year I make one Valentine Necklace. The colors of this year’s pick are soft and romantic. The Pendant is a 26mm x 10mm Australian opal bead that has a peach body color with some boulder showing through one side. The tan/brown boulder and the peach body color work well together. When it catches the light it flashes teal, purple, and a hint of green. I’ve chosen color enhanced freshwater cultured peach and plum pearls to mimic the stone’s body color and fine facetted blue zircons and deep amethyst to tie in the opalescence.
Calling all redheads and red lovers— This trio brio necklace is so intense in color that it just makes me happy! The colors are sure to give you a reaction-love it or hate it, nothing wishy-washy here. These rust tourmaline briolettes are perfect matched and perfect in color and clarity as well! They are accented by black and peacock color enhanced pearls. The intense and lustrous, rust red semi-round pearls are also color enhanced. It has a 14k gold lobster claw clasp.
This princess necklace has fancy cut gemstones and briolettes in all different green tones. The design has wonderful movement, texture and rhythm. There are lots of 14k gold beads, 14k gold waves, and color enhanced sea foam green freshwater cultured pearls. So very pretty!
I received a commission from a lovely lady who just joined the red hat club to make a necklace with purple and red beads. Hers was different, of course, but it is an intense color combination that I have long loved. The smooth, large red drop in this necklace is color enhanced chalcedony. The paddles are amethyst beads in the true briolette cut (Did you know that the briolette cut originated in jewelry from the Victorian period? What is old is new again!) The smooth roundels are the last of some very high end red spinels that I have been sparingly using-but there are a lot in this piece!
As the seasons change I find my color combinations do as well. With spring right around the corner I find myself attracted to pastels and soft, bright colors. This facetted teardrop necklace is all tourmaline except for the first stone which is an aquamarine. The pearls are about 5 or 6mm in diameter. It is 14k gold with a lobster claw clasp.
This Tiara Design has dramatic, rich colors that work well with sterling silver. I've used segments of facetted citrine, iolite, green tourmaline and garnet gemstone beads mixed with freshwater, cultured, color enhanced peacock pearls to create this design with wonderful movement.
This is the snowman design. For all you silver lovers who are sick of not being able to get fine quality stones set in your metal-this is for you. It is a particularly interesting white and purple Australian opal, fine rhodolite garnet with deeply saturated color, and NATURAL alexandrite accent. It is strung to 16 inches on silver waves with silvery blue fresh water, cultured color enhanced pearls.
This is the snowman design. For all you silver lovers who are sick of not being able to get fine quality stones set in your metal-this is for you. It is a beautiful blue Australian opal, fine rhodolite garnet with deeply saturated color, and NATURAL alexandrite accent. It is strung to 16 inches on silver waves with silvery blue fresh water, cultured color enhanced pearls.
These are beautiful iolites in the true briolette cut. The beads are 14k waves and flowers give them the finishing touch. It is 16” long, on a durable synthetic string that moves like silk but won’t shred, stretch, or fray like silk. You may not know this, but high quality iolite is so hard to find right now, and that is why no one is talking about iolite! They became so hard to get that all talk of them has vanished! It is like what happened to alexandrite, the real June birthstone.