This beautiful boulder opal has wisps or waves of peach, white and navy accross it. I love the color combination. Mother nature is truly amazing and gifted! I strung it with color enhanced, freshwater, golden pearls and peach moonstone briolettes. It is strung to 18" long with a spring ring clasp. The opal is about 1" x 3/4" with the bail. This is the perfect summer necklace.
This gorgeous necklace has micro-facetted roundel and briolette sapphires in a gorgeous sultry color mix. It also has very rare blue tourmaline micro-facetted briolettes. It is strung to 17 5/8" long with a sterling spring ring clasp. I love this piece.
This Sapphire briolette necklace has beautiful blue unheated sapphire briolettes with micro-facetted fancy sapphire briolettes in between. The end stone has a rhodolite garnet bead accent. It is strung on sterling daisy beads to 19 5/8" long.
This colorful springtime necklace has soft and bright pastel fancy cut briolettes of rose quartz, carnelian and color-enhanced chalcedony. It also features accent gems of garnet, tourmaline, blue zircon, and smokey quartz. It is stung to 17 1/4" on garland-like daisy beads.
This colorful springtime necklace has soft pastel fancy cut briolettes of rose quartz, chrysoprase, prehnite, and chalcedony. All of the briolettes have the same solf intensity and I have interspersed some more brightly colored facetted gemstone accents for a pop of bright color. It also features freshwater, cultured pearls and sterling silver daisy beads. It measures 18 1/4" long.
This gorgeous glass bead is handmade by Lisajoy Sachs in Baltimore, Maryland. It is teamed with a Malachite cabochon that has been in my collection for decades. It has malachite and jet pebble beads. The bezel is fine silver and everything else is sterling silver. The beads necklace measures 16 3/8" long.
This gorgeous glass bead is handmade by Lisajoy Sachs in Baltimore, Maryland. It is teamed with a chrysolla-Malachite cabochon that has been in my collection for decades. It has color-enhanced freshwater, cultured teal pearl accents interspersed into the garland-like daisy bead chain. There are both gold filled and 14k accents on this piece as well as sterling and fine silver. This one of a kind measures 17 5/8" long.
The focal bead on this necklace is made by Lisa Joy Sachs. It has a color enhanced teal pearl accent dangle and is strung on pearls, tsavorite garnet pebbles, and white topaz. It is sterling silver design with a spring ring clasp.
This sail shaped variscite pendant has a soft pastel green. It has a summery feel and would look great on a tan! Lisajoy Sachs created the handmade glass bead dangle. The bezel is pure silver and all of the other components are sterling silver. It is strung to 16 3/4’ on freshwater, cultured pearls. These pearls have a beautiful luster.
This thick cut of natural Australian boulder opal is strung on lustrous freshwater, cultured pearls with Austrian crystal accents. This opal has pretty pinfire in the sunlight. The length is 19 ¼” long with a sterling silver clasp.
My seaglass is from Maine. A sea glass expert once told me that these lavender pieces were originally white when they found their way into the ocean but that over time, the minerals in the sea turned them pinkish or lavender. I set a citrine into this particular piece. I never found a pink piece of sea glass in all my years summering at the Jersey shore, but it is here in Maine. It is a special treat for me to find them.
This piece is simple with a tiny 14k gold bezel set rhodolite garnet in the center. It hangs from a coordinating adjustable leather thong.
Strung on fluorite and quartz. This is a great, simple T-shirt necklace. It has a sterling spring ring clasp.
This piece is simple with a tiny 14k gold bezel set peridot in the center. It hangs from a coordinating lime green adjustable leather thong.
This wacky wonkie necklace measures 18 7/8” in length with a sterling silver clasp.
This wacky wonkie necklace measures 16 3/4” in length with a sterling silver clasp.
My seaglass is from Maine. A sea glass expert once told me that these lavender pieces were originally white when they found their way into the ocean but that over time, the minerals in the sea turned them pinkish or lavender. I never found a pink piece of sea glass in all my years summering at the Jersey shore, but it is here in Maine. This pinkish Maine sea glass has four rhodolite garnet accents in little 14k gold bezels set into the glass.